Category Archives: ICC Registry

Looking For Flatmates – Behind the Scenes at Scheveningen Prison

I am absolutely thrilled to feature this fascinating guest-post by Ronen Steinke. Ronen recently went  behind the scenes to encounter the unique world that is Scheveningen prison, where alleged war criminals spend years awaiting their judgement day at the various Hague tribunals. Ronen is a journalist whose work … Continue reading

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ICC Says No to Opening Investigation in Egypt

Ever since the Arab Spring and the overthrow of the Hosni Mubarak regime, Egypt has had a rather fluctuant and controversial political relationship with the International Criminal Court (ICC). Today, that relationship took yet another turn. Earlier this year, a number of … Continue reading

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World Wide Justice – Help Improve the ICC’s Website

As readers know, both Kevin Jon Heller and I have recently been rather vocal about the ICC’s website (see here and here). In a nutshell, given the potential reach and impact of the Court’s site, it is currently a disaster. … Continue reading

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