Tag Archives: James Stewart

In the ICC’s Interest: Between ‘Pragmatism’ and ‘Idealism’?

It is a regular occurrence to hear how the International Criminal Court (ICC) serves the interests of of particular actors, be it warring governments, rebel groups, or members of the international community more broadly. Rarely, however, have scholars and observers considered how … Continue reading

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Taking Bensouda’s Reins: Who Will Take Over as the ICC Deputy Prosecutor?

Readers are likely well aware that Fatou Bensouda became the ICC’s Chief Prosecutor earlier this year. Before becoming Prosecutor, Bensouda had previously served as the ICC’s Deputy Prosecutor under Luis Moreno-Ocampo. Now, however, it is time for the Office of … Continue reading

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