Pearce Clancy

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Pearce Clancy is a PhD candidate in international law at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in the National University of Ireland, Galway. He previously worked as a legal researcher with Al-Haq, a Palestinian human rights organisation.

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Ntaganda and the ‘Conduct of Hostilities Crimes’

The ICC’s appeals judgement in the Ntaganda case, although covering a diverse array of legal issues, will likely be remembered as the focus for a confused and chaotic debate on the meaning of ‘attack’ within IHL and ICL. Raised in the specific context of Ntaganda’s ordering of ‘ratissage’ operations during the NIAC in the DRC, the…

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