Daniele Archibugi is Research Director at the Italian National Research Council (CNR-IRPPS) and Professor of Innovation, Governance and Public Policy at Birkbeck, University of London. He has worked on international political theory and, in particular, on cosmopolitanism and globalisation. He co-authored 'Crime and Global Justice: The Dynamics of International Punishment' (Polity Press, 2018).
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The world failed the Rohingyas when they needed protection. But now it can ensure that the truth is told.
Published in: HomeInternational Criminal Justice: from past to future
The ICC will eventually be competent on the crime of aggression, prosecuting not only war crimes, but also the crime...
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How could a defender of human rights on so many occasions turn so quickly into being an inquisitor?
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In all countries, established political parties have the dangerous propensity to counter this electoral wave of...
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The threat that terrorists pose to US interests and security did not create killing drones: rather the technical...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Aerial bombing against Isis is counterproductive
The few politicians in Europe resisting the pull of air strikes, such as Jeremy Corbyn and Matteo Renzi, appear...