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The Best, Worst, Weirdest, Funniest, and Most Frustrating of 2015 – Plus a Surprise for to 2016!

The Best Development of 2015 It has been yet another fascinating year in the realm of international criminal justice. After twenty years, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda finally closed its doors. By opening an investigation into Georgia, the International … Continue reading

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Heading to the University of Toronto

Dear Readers, It is with great pleasure that I announce that I, along with the blog, are heading to the University of Toronto. I recently accepted a two-year post doc from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and will … Continue reading

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Palestine and the International Criminal Court – A Symposium

On 1 April 2015, Palestine officially becomes a member of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Unsurprisingly, the Palestinian Authority’s decision to join the ICC has instigated a fiery and feisty debate over the wisdom and implications of an intervention by … Continue reading

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JiC Hits 10,000 Followers – Thank You!

Dear readers, JiC has just hit 10,000 subscribers over its various platforms. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart and the tips of my fingers, for everyone who follows us on Facebook, Twitter or directly on the blog. Your … Continue reading

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Happy 2015 – And Predictions!

Dear readers, Happy New Years! For many reasons, 2014 was a remarkable year in the world of international criminal justice. The past 12 months saw fascinating developments – Palestine signed the Rome Statute, unprecedented pressure was been exerted to refer North Korea to … Continue reading

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Dr Mark Kersten, At Your Service

Dear readers, This past Monday, I was awarded a PhD in International Relations at the London School of Economics. My examiners were Chris Brown, Professor in International Relations at the LSE and William Schabas, Professor of international criminal law at the University … Continue reading

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JiC Hits a Million Hits

At some point last week, Justice in Conflict reached an important landmark: its one-millionth hit. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our readers for your interest and support. It means the world to me. The blog … Continue reading

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