What a Case Against Rodrigo Duterte Could Mean for the Future of the ICC

Alison Korman Vol. 40 Associate Editor President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on drugs in the Philippines has been making headlines […]

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Burundi’s Challenge to the ICC’s “Africa Bias”

Burundi’s Challenge to the ICC’s “Africa Bias”

Layan Charara Vol. 39 Associate Editor On October 27, 2017, Burundi became the first country to withdraw from the International […]

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Withdrawals from the Rome Statute: Continuing the saga of institutional (il)legitimacy

Francis Tom Temprosa LLM Candidate & Clyde Alton DeWitt Fellow The recent series of expressions to withdraw from the Rome […]

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ICC Reluctance to Prosecute ISIS: Legitimate Jurisdictional Issue or a Lack of Institutional Backbone?

ICC Reluctance to Prosecute ISIS: Legitimate Jurisdictional Issue or a Lack of Institutional Backbone?

Jenny Elkin Vol. 38 Associate Editor The past few years have seen a dramatic rise of Islamic fundamentalism across the […]

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