Category Archives: International Criminal Court (ICC)

Between Continuity and Renewal: ICC Office of the Prosecutor, 3.0

Sergey Vasiliev joins JiC for this guest-post on the future of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. Sergey is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Law & Amsterdam Center for International Law, University of … Continue reading

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Vindicating Rights and Ending Impunity: Palestine, Statehood, and the International Criminal Court

Pearce Clancy joins JiC for this guest post on the International Criminal Court and the question of Palestinian statehood. Peace is a Legal Researcher for Al-Haq, a Palestinian human rights organisation, and holds an LL.M in international law from the Irish … Continue reading

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The Next ICC Prosecutor Must Embody Integrity in the #MeToo Era

This post by Danya Chaikel originally appeared at Opinio Juris as part of our symposium on the Next ICC Prosecutor. Due to the urgency and immediacy of the issues raised in it, I have decided to publish at JiC as well. Danya is … Continue reading

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What to Look for in the Next ICC Prosecutor

Alex Whiting joins us for this latest contribution in our ongoing symposium on the Next ICC Prosecutor. Alex is the Head of Investigations at the Specialist Prosecutor’s Office. He is also a Harvard Law School Professor of Practice, former ICC and ICTY prosecutor, … Continue reading

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ICC Prosecutor Symposium: The Prosecutor’s Commitment to Ensuring Gender Equality

The latest contribution in our ongoing symposium on the Next ICC Prosecutor comes from Valerie Oosterveld. Valerie is a Professor at Western Law in London, Ontario. Her research and writing focus on gender issues within international criminal justice. In 1998, she … Continue reading

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Coming full circle: Should the third Prosecutor try to solve the ICC’s “Africa problem”?

The latest contribution to our ongoing symposium on the next ICC Prosecutor was written by Kate Gibson. Kate has represented accused before the international criminal courts and tribunals since 2005, including as co-counsel for Radovan Karadžic and Charles Taylor, and as lead counsel … Continue reading

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The Politics of a Prosecutor: Getting the Context Right

The following contribution to our ongoing symposium on the next ICC Prosecutor was written by Mark Kersten, the founder of Justice in Conflict and a Senior Consultant at the Wayamo Foundation. Be sure to also head over to Opinio Juris to … Continue reading

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