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The International Criminal Court and its work in Africa: Confronting the myths

"This paper is an attempt to grapple with certain myths that have recently been propagated by a number of individuals, including government officials, political leaders and civil society members (including the media), regarding the world’s first ...

Report from a Symposium on the Investigation and Prosecution of ‘Core International Crimes’ and the Role of the International Criminal Court in Africa

"The first objective was to lay the foundation for greater cooperation between the African Union (AU) and the ICC. The second, and related, objective was to highlight the problems and politics (both domestically within African states and regionall...

When Politics darkens the Independence of South African Justice

The decision of the South African High Court on June 15, 2017, ordering to seize the Moroccan phosphate cargo destined for New Zealand and to take the case to trial, has been considered by OCP and the Moroccan Government as an indignation and a la...

Lorsque la Politique occulte l’indépendance de la Justice sud-africaine / When Politics darkens the Independence of South African Justice

The decision of the South African High Court on June 15, 2017, ordering to seize the Moroccan phosphate cargo destined for New Zealand and to take the case to trial, has been considered by OCP and the Moroccan Government as an indignation and a la...

Striking a Balance between Community Norms and Human Rights: The Continuing Struggle of the East African Court of Justice

The East African Court of Justice (EACJ) finds itself in a difficult position, which this article exposes to a certain extent. The Court is barred as such from deciding on matters being faced with, that contains human rights allegations. The EAC...

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