05 November 2007 by Santiago O’Donnell

A growing number of loosely defined groups are being declared victims of genocide by Latin American and Spanish courts: Indians in the Brazilian Amazonia, victims of the Argentine junta, student demonstrators in Mexico, street protesters in Bolivia, and former guerrilla members in Colombia. Yet, this trend goes against the widely accepted United Nations Genocide Convention of 1948 and the legal definition of genocide used by all contemporary international or hybrid tribunals, which are much stricter about what constitutes a genocide.

05 April 2004 by -

Read here the International Justice Tribune, No. 2

Table of content:

  • Latin America; Interview with judge Baltasar Garzon: The limits of universal jurisdiction
  • Croatia; EU aspirant, Croatia plays ball with ICTY

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