- The Past and Future of the International Criminal Court
The End of an (Unsuccessful) Era?
Much hope was put into the possibility of gaining jurisdiction over situations in States which are not party to the Rome Statute through the UN Security Council (UNSC) referral mechanism....
- Cynical International Law
International law beyond cynicism and critique
Cynics do not have to look far: critical international law has uncovered the ways in which the forces of colonialism and imperialism have been present in the international legal system...
Victor’s justice in disguise?
The UN Security Council has the power to refer situations to the International Criminal Court (ICC) against the will of the territorial state, even if that state is not a...