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Some additional thoughts on African withdrawals from the ICC

It has been a few days since Burundi and South Africa announced that there were withdrawing from the ICC. I commented on the issue when first hearing the news. Since then, Gambia has joined these two States (and some predict … Continue reading

South Africa (and Burundi) to withdraw from the ICC?

Last week, the Burundi Parliament voted a withdrawal of their country from the ICC. a few days ago, the President of Burundi apparently signed a decree to take this decision a little closer to being a reality. Yesterday, it appears that … Continue reading

Heal the World at the ICC opening Ceremony… no, they didn’t dare!

Yesterday, the new ICC premises were officially opened, with prestigious visitors, such as the King of the Netherlands and Ban Ki Moon. I’ll let you enjoy the predictably upbeat speeches about how the ICC is a positive development for the … Continue reading

Is the ICTY ashamed by its own Seselj judgment?

Today, the ICTY issued its Judgment in the Seselj case. The Judgment of acquittal on all counts came as a shock to many observers. Followers of this blog will know that I believed Seselj should have been released years ago, when … Continue reading

6 Quick Thoughts on the Karadzic Judgment

Today, the ICTY issued its long awaited Judgment in the Karadzic case. Given its length, over 2500 pages, this post can obviously not provide any comprehensive analysis of the Judgment. I do however want to share 6 quick initial and general thoughts … Continue reading