International Criminal Law Roundup - Week 9

The International Criminal Law group at PluriCourts regularly provides updates on news, blog posts and issues related to international criminal tribunals. Here are the updates from week 9, 2017.

News

2 March: Duerte may be guilty of crimes against humanity, rights group says, NYT

2 March: Land haunts Germany’s effort to atone for Africa genocide, Reuters

1 March: Judge to determine whether military officers will face trial in the Molina Theissen case, IJMonitor

1 March: Forced evacuation of east Aleppo was war crime, says UN, The Guardian

1 March: UN panel to share Syrian war crimes suspect list: Chair, NYT

1 March: African governments urged to donate to fund for war victims, NYT

28 February: Renowned international law experts recommend ICC if Sri Lanka fails to act, EIN

28 February: After Jammeh, Gambians seek justice for the disappeared, NYT

27 Februay: Ongwen trial will be expeditious- ICC President, Uganda Radio Network

25 February: UN SC calls for immediate investigation into recent violence in DR Congo’s Kasai region, UN News

24 February: The Bucolic life of Cambodian grandmother accused of mass killings, NYT

Comment

2 March: Op ed: In South Africa’s date with ICC destiny, Manela’s legacy is a beacon to follow, Daily Maverick

28 February: UN Panel of expers finds ‘widespread violations’ of international law in Yemen, Just Security

28 February:Patryk Labuda, The Hybrid Court for South Sudan? Looking for a way forward, Parts I and II

27 February: Beth van Schaak, The General Assembly and accountability for international crimes, Just Security

26 February: Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral, It’s time to set up an International Terrorism Court, The Wire

Publications

Ramesh Thakur, Atrocity Crimes in Acharya, Why Govern? Rethinking demand and progress in global governance, CUP

Published Mar. 3, 2017 11:38 AM - Last modified June 27, 2017 8:10 AM