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The Other Poisoned Chalice: Unprecedented Evidentiary Standards in the Gbagbo case? (Part 3)

In this three-part series I seek to draw attention to legally-unprecedented and epistemologically-unsound evidentiary standards emerging at the ICC, particularly in the Gbagbo case.  The mainstream reaction to…

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The Other Poisoned Chalice: Unprecedented Evidentiary Standards in the Gbagbo Case? (Part 2)

My aim in this three-part series is to start a conversation about unusual and problematic evidentiary standards emerging at the ICC.  These standards flow from a commendable impulse…

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The Other Poisoned Chalice: Unprecedented Evidentiary Standards in the Gbagbo Case? (Part 1)

The aim of this post is to start a conversation about unusual evidentiary standards emerging in some judgments at the ICC.  Although the underlying impetus is commendable, these…

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A Tale of Two Cases: Lessons for the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (Part III)

In earlier posts in this series (here and here) I have examined the ICC Office of the Prosecutor’s (OTP) great successes and…

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A Tale of Two Cases: Lessons for the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (Part II)

In this three part series of posts I’m reflecting on the lessons to be learned from the sharply contrasting results last month at the International Criminal Court with…

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A Tale of Two Cases: Lessons for the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court? (Part I)

Last month was a mixed one for the ICC Office of the Prosecutor. On 8 July 2019 it appeared that the ICC “had found its…

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Part I- This is not fine: The International Criminal Court in Trouble

Editor's note: This is Part I of a three-part series. There is now a real sense that the International Criminal Court is in trouble.

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Acquittals by the International Criminal Court

Earlier this week, a Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court acquitted Laurent Gbago, former President of Côte d'Ivoire, and his right-hand man, Charles…

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