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Time to Investigate European Agents for Crimes against Migrants in Libya

In March 2011, the ICC Office of the Prosecutor of the international criminal court opened its investigation into the situation in Libya, following a referral by the…

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Formal, Functional, and Intermediate Approaches to Reparations Liability: Situating the ICC’s 15 December 2017 Lubanga Reparations Decision

On 15 December 2017, the International Criminal Court (ICC) Trial Chamber II found Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, former President and Commander-in-Chief of the UPC/FPLC, responsible for…

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The Possibility of Disclosing Findings After a Detainee Dies in International Criminal Proceedings

International criminal courts and tribunals have no jurisdiction over the dead. Such courts make factual findings that have reputational implications for those who have died, but the dead…

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Chechnya’s Anti-Gay Purge: Crimes Against Humanity

Despite widespread condemnation from the U.N., Council of Europe, E.U., United States, and other countries, a brutal campaign against gay men in Chechnya continues.

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The Al Mahdi Judgment and Sentence at the ICC: A Source of Cautious Optimism for International Criminal Justice

On 27 September 2016, Trial Chamber VIII of the International Criminal Court (ICC) rendered its judgment and sentence in Prosecutor vs. Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi. This…

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‘Legacy Talk’ at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

As mentioned in Marko Milanovic’s recent post, the American Journal of International Law will soon publish a Symposium at the occasion of the closure of the ad…

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