Category Archives: Article 16

Could Justice be Deferred for Peace in Libya?

A lot has been said about the UN Security Council’s referral of the situation in Libya to the International Criminal Court (ICC). The referral has sparked a fascinating debate on a multitude of legal and political issues. With regards to … Continue reading

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Libya Referred to the ICC – Initial Thoughts

The situation in Libya has been referred to the ICC by the UN Security Council. Much talk was made of international justice in Arab states in recent weeks. No doubt many are celebrating the impressive commitment the UN Security Council … Continue reading

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