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The Ntaganda Reparations Order: a marked step towards a victim-centred reparations legal framework at the ICC

NB: The author has been involved in the work of reparations at the ICC, first as a Court-appointed expert in the Al Mahdi case in 2017 and,…

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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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The Ituri Conundrum: Qualifying Conflicts between an Occupying Power and an Autonomous Non-State Actor

Last week, Trial Chamber VI of the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued the long-awaited judgment in the Ntaganda case. The judges found the defendant guilty on all…

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Some Reactions to Douglas Guilfoyle’s Posts on the Troubles of the ICC

Editor's note: This post is a response to Douglas Guilfoyle's recent three part series: 'This is not Fine: The ICC in Trouble' (Part I,…

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