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International Arbitration: A Comparative Analysis of the Rules of the ICC, HKIAC, and SIAC
Published: October, 2021
Reclaiming ICC Legitimacy by Investigating European Arms Exporters.
Published: March, 2021
How Can We Hold Corporations Accountable? Proposals for the Future
Published: November, 2020
The U.S. vs. International Criminal Court: Is This the End of International Criminal Court and Justice?
Published: June, 2020
Recent Events in Sudan and the ICC: The Prosecutor v. Omar Al-Bashir
Published: August, 2019
What a Case Against Rodrigo Duterte Could Mean for the Future of the ICC
Published: November, 2018
Burundi’s Challenge to the ICC’s “Africa Bias”
Published: November, 2017
Withdrawals from the Rome Statute: Continuing the saga of institutional (il)legitimacy
Published: April, 2017
ICC Reluctance to Prosecute ISIS: Legitimate Jurisdictional Issue or a Lack of Institutional Backbone?
Published: October, 2016