Category Archives: Crime of Aggression

7 Random Thoughts on Justice and Stuff

A lot has happened in the world of international justice since my last post at JiC. So here are 7 stories and thoughts on the ICC and other justice-related stuff from recent weeks. 1. A Strong and Weak ICC? It … Continue reading

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The Crime of Aggression: Beyond Kampala

Teddy Nicholson responds to posts by Patrick and myself on the crime of aggression. Enjoy! I am currently at the Assembly of States Parties to the ICC meeting in New York and, while aggression has not been high on the … Continue reading

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The Crime of Aggression: A Step into the Wrong Direction?

This is the third piece of a short series of posts on the provisions concerning the crime of aggression which were passed at the Rome Statute Review Conference in Kampala in May 2010. You will find the first post by … Continue reading

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The Crime of Aggression: Why (Not) Care?

As promised, here is my response to last week’s post on the crime of aggression. I had intended to have it ready earlier, but the dramatic events of last week (see here, here and here) have kept me occupied. I … Continue reading

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Making War Illegal – The Crime of Aggression and the ICC

Over the next few days, we will be publishing three pieces on the crime of aggression. With the first post, JiC welcomes Teddy Nicholson, an MSc International Relations student at the LSE with an avid interest in the subject. In … Continue reading

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