Rogier Bartels

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Rogier Bartels is a Legal Officer in Chamber (Trial Division) at the International Criminal Court, researcher at the Amsterdam Center for International Law of the University of Amsterdam, and part-time judge at the District Court of Amsterdam.

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Two Cheers for the ICTY Popovic et al. Appeals Judgement: Some Words on the Interplay Between IHL and ICL

Two years ago, I criticised the Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) seized of the Prosecutor v. Popovic et al. for incorrectly applying international humanitarian law (IHL). In a publication dealing with the challenging interplay between IHL and international criminal law (ICL), I referred to the Popovic et al. Trial…

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Prlić et al.: The Destruction of the Old Bridge of Mostar and Proportionality

Rogier Bartels is a legal officer in Chambers at the International Criminal Court. The views expressed in this post (and in the article referred to, which was written before he joined the Court) are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of the ICC. He blogs at the Armed Groups and International Law…

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