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Gender Justice and International Criminal Law: Peeking and Peering Beyond Stereotypes. Book Discussion

Louise Chappell unpacks how gender justice advocacy at the International Criminal Court contests the gendered legacies of international criminal law. Deploying a feminist institutionalist framework, Chappell provides an…

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Gender Justice Legacies at the ICC. Book Discussion

Louise Chappell’s The Politics of Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court: Legacies and Legitimacy is a wonderfully-written account of the recent history of the International Criminal…

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Beyond a Recitation of Sexual Violence Provisions: A Mature Social Science Evaluation of the ICC. Book Discussion

Louise Chappell has penned a significant book - The Politics of Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court: Legacies and Legitimacy.  Far removed from a recitation of…

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Negotiating Justice at the ASP: From Crisis to Constructive Dialogue

During the past two weeks, the world came together in The Hague for the Assembly of States Parties (ASP), the annual diplomatic meeting on the International Criminal Court…

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Africa and the ICC: Shattered Taboos, and the Status Quo

The withdrawals of South Africa, Burundi and the Gambia from the International Criminal Court have generated much discussion in the past few weeks. After shock and…

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Russia’s Withdrawal of Signature from the Rome Statute Would not Shield its Nationals from Potential Prosecution at the ICC

On 16 November 2016, the president of the Russian Federation issued bylaw № 361-rp “On the Russian Federation’s intention not to become a party to the Rome…

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The Situation Concerning the Mavi Marmara at the ICC: What might the next move of the Prosecutor be?

In early summer 2010, around fifty people were seriously injured and ten Turkish nationals died on a vessel which was part of the ‘Freedom Flotilla’: the Mavi…

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