Category Archives: JiC News

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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Happy 2014 from JiC (Plus Predictions)!

Dear readers, Happy New Years! 2013 brought a host of fascinating developments in the world of international criminal justice. With around a 100 posts, our regular contributors, guest-posters and I myself tried to cover as much as we could and … Continue reading

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Happy 2013 from JiC!

Dear readers, Happy 2013 from all of us at Justice in Conflict! 2012 was a wonderful whirlwind for the blog. Keeping with our goal to expand debates on ‘justice in conflict’, we featured dozens of guest-posters who shared their views … Continue reading

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Transitional Justice and the Arab Spring – A ‘Webinar’

Dear readers, For anyone interested, please tune in to a ‘webinar’ on Transitional Justice and the Arab Spring from 11:30 – 13:00 EST (16:30-18:00 GMT) tomorrow, Monday, October 15. There is a great list of participants and it promises to be … Continue reading

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Can International Justice Tribune Die? No!

Dear readers, I wanted to alert you to rather sad news. Many of you will already be aware that RNW – International Justice Tribune, an indispensable and widely respected resource for global and transitional justice news will no longer be … Continue reading

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