A Year of Justice in Conflict!

Dear readers,

Today marks JiC’s one-year anniversary! We wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for your readership and your support. It has been quite the ride so far. Over the last 365 days, JiC has published over 150 posts, on topics ranging from Osama bin Laden’s assassination to the politics of funding the International Criminal Court, from the meaning of transitional justice to the fate of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi.

Over the next 365 days we hope to continue to cover angles rarely considered in other media as well as feature more guest-authors. Remember, if you’re interested in joining JiC for a guest-post or on a more permanent basis, let us know!

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our posts as much as we’ve enjoyed writing them for you. We could not have done it without your support. A special thanks to Kevin Jon Heller, Radio Netherlands Worldwide, ISN Zurich and IJCentral for cross-posting and promoting our work.

Here’s to another year!

- Mark, Patrick and Elke

PS – here’s a little clip from the youngest ICC advocate I know:

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About Mark Kersten

Mark is a PhD student in International Relations at the London School of Economics. His work focuses on the nexus of international criminal justice and conflict resolution. Specifically, he is examining the effects of the ICC on peace processes and negotiations in northern Uganda and Libya.
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One Response to A Year of Justice in Conflict!

  1. Staszek says:

    Great job, Marek!! Thnx for doing this for not just the pros, but all of us interested in complex human rights issues. Keep going!

    Staszek

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