Tag Archives: Uhuru Kenyatta

It Continues… Kenyatta’s (Suspended) Communications Staff Threatens to Sue New York Times

The Kenya – New York Times saga continues. For those of who haven’t had a chance to follow, here’s a recap: The New York Times published a scathing article and critique of the International Criminal Court’s intervention in Kenya (see … Continue reading

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As New York Times – Kenya Controversy Continues, Kenyatta Suspends Four Staff

The controversy between the Kenyan government and the New York Times over a hard-hitting story on the International Criminal Court’s record in Kenya has shown no signs of abating. Late last week, the office of Kenyan President slammed the Times … Continue reading

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Updated: Kenya’s President Rips into New York Times Article Largely Favourable to Him

This story gets weirder by the day. Last week, the New York Times published a fascinating article by James Verini exploring the record of former ICC chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo and, specifically, his record in Kenya. It wasn’t pretty. The … Continue reading

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Justice for Post-Election Violence in Kenya – An Obituary

Champions of international accountability join with the survivors of human rights violations in Kenya to announce the premature death of justice for crimes perpetrated in the aftermath of the 2007 elections. Following the final death throes of the cases at … Continue reading

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Concessions from the Half-Way House – Leveraging Membership in the ICC

In the world of the International Criminal Court (ICC), there are two types of states: the member-states who accept the jurisdiction of the Court and the non-member states who don’t. The ultimate goal of the international criminal justice project, beyond … Continue reading

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The Curious Timing of Announcements at the ICC

International institutions, political parties and big companies. Something all of these have in common is their interest in sharing good news when the world is paying attention and bad news when it isn’t. The logic is simple: the sharing of … Continue reading

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The Lesson the ICC Shouldn’t Learn in the Wake of Kenyatta

This article was originally posted at Justice Hub. The long-dithering case against Uhuru Kenyatta at the International Criminal Court (ICC) finally came to an unceremonious conclusion this past week. In a long anticipated move, the Prosecution announced its case against the … Continue reading

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