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12 October 2011 by Bram Posthumus

Time is nearly up for the world’s first ever Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Human Rights Watch has published a report about his period in office, entitled “Unfinished Business”. International Justice Tribune talked with its author, Liz Evenson.

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07 February 2005 by Franck Petit

Uganda and Côte d'Ivoire : the ICC prosecutor puts his cards on the table, but debate continues in the UN Security Council over Darfur.

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16 June 2010 by Robin van Wechem

Mirjam Blaak, Uganda’s deputy head of mission to Brussels and lead person to the International Criminal Court (ICC), hosted the Review Conference of the Rome Statute in Kampala that ended last Friday.

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09 October 2006 by Pierre Hazan

The shocking events of 9/11 provided fodder for the Bush administration's radical opposition to both the ICC and some of the provisions in the Geneva Conventions. Both were deemed incompatible with the "war on terrorism." After three years of hostility, Washington is now beginning to accept the ICC out of sheer pragmatism. This discrete, but nonetheless real change in attitude does not apply to the Geneva Conventions, judging from the law passed by the Senate on September 28 that strips "illegal combatants" of their habeas corpus rights if they are held outside the US and reduces their protection against ill treatment.

Yoweri Museveni