Dominic Ongwen and the slow-grinding wheels of the International Criminal Court
He may not be a household name but his eventual trial at the ICC may highlight the long-forgotten victims of the conflict in Uganda and beyond involving the Lord’s Resistance Army.
After the Kenyatta case, how is the ICC to help victims?
The states party to the founding statute of the International Criminal Court must ensure victims of war crimes can receive redress—in The Hague or at home.
Syria and the International Criminal Court: justice denied
With Russia and China vetoing a UN Security Council resolution to refer the situation in Syria to the International Criminal Court, it is time once more to look for other avenues
Iraq redux: British commanders before the ICC?
Evidence has been compiled suggesting agents of the UK state committed war crimes in Iraq, punishable before the International Criminal Court. Institutional amnesia about Britain’s early intervention in Northern Ireland may prove to have been costly.