Tag Archives: international justice

International Liberalism and R2P. Have liberalists given up on the ICC?

Granted. The title is a little unfair. The truth is that I am only referring to Michael Ignatieff, but I have the impression that the point is extendible to other international liberals, or rather liberalists. This is pure perception. I … Continue reading

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Syria: Diplomacy versus international criminal law?

A fragile ceasefire took hold yesterday in Syria. It is the result of Kofi Annan’s plan, backed by the UN Security Council about a month ago. The plan, it’s important to note, doesn’t demand a regime change in Syria, but … Continue reading

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Prosecution of Gaddafi at the ICC: The UK Government sets a very important example

By now, it can hardly go unknown for anybody (definitely for anybody who is likely to read this post) that the UN Security Council has adopted rather categorical measures against Muammar Gaddafi, including, among others, his prosecution at the International … Continue reading

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