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Janet H. Anderson

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    10 things you didn’t know about the ICC’s detention centre

    In July 2018, Justice Hub was able to make a rare visit to the place the International Criminal Court keeps its detainees while they...

    Welcome to the two-tier ICC

    There will be a lot of celebration that it actually got through. “It’s down to the wire” tweeted Amanda Gharemani of the Canadian Centre...

    ICC and who’s next: “If nothing happens we will think there are double standards”

    Every few weeks it seems one NGO or another is lobbying to get its issue onto the agenda of the ICC’s prosecutor. It’s a...

    A nine-year sentence for Malian Islamist Al Mahdi

    Malian Islamist Ahmed al Faqi al Mahdi was today found guilty by judges at the International Criminal Court in The Hague and handed down...

    Mali jihadist first at ICC

    It’s not every day that the ICC sees such a collection of ‘firsts’ in one day: to have someone plead guilty; to have a...

    Another day, another acronym: the Kosovo Court

    Yet again “The Hague” becomes the synonym for “the place where alleged war criminals get tried”. This time it’s the turn of former leaders...

    Day 1 at the new ICC

    It’s bigger. It’s greyer. And, on day one of using the new courtroom of the International Criminal Court, it has no apparent glitches. The area...

    The ICC and the DRC in 2015

    It’s human nature I suppose, but also strange, that once cases actually come to the International Criminal Court, they get relatively scant attention. More...

    ICTR: With a last loud noise, fade to black

    The UN-backed Tribunal for Rwanda has always been a bit outside the regular circuit of commentary on social media. Maybe because it was –...

    What does transitional justice mean?

    After several weeks focusing on the highs and lows at the International Criminal Court, it’s good to take some time away from The Hague. Why? Two...

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