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Situation in the Republic of Kenya
  • C. Jalloh
  • Sociology
  • American Journal of International Law
  • 1 July 2011
International Criminal Court pretrial chamber decision on the standard for the prosecutor to initiate investigations under the Rome Statute
Assessing the African Union Concerns about Article 16 of the Rome State of the International Criminal Court
This article assesses the African Union’s (AU) concerns about Article 16 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC). It seeks to articulate a clearer picture of the law andExpand
Special Court for Sierra Leone: Achieving Justice?
The Sierra Leone war, which lasted between 1991 and 2002, gained notoriety around the world for “blood" or "conflict" diamonds and some of the worst atrocities ever perpetrated against civilians in aExpand
Appeals Chamber: Judgment, 22 February 2008
This chapter contains the appeals chamber, judgment, and table of contents of the book entitled tThe Law Reports of the Special Court for Sierra Leone.t. Keywords:Appeals; appeals chamber; judgment;Expand
Universal Jurisdiction, Universal Prescription? A Preliminary Assessment of the African Union Perspective on Universal Jurisdiction
As a measure to combat impunity, the idea that any country in the world may assert jurisdiction over anyone involved in serious international crimes, irrespective of the place of the offence or theExpand
The Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone
The Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) is the first independent, hybrid or 'nationalized' international criminal tribunal and also the first to be located in the same country as the theater ofExpand
Provisional Arrest and Incarceration in the International Criminal Tribunals
This article examines the widely ignored but important issue regarding the provisional arrest and detention of persons suspected of having committed international crimes by international orExpand
Regionalizing International Criminal Law
This article examines the initially cooperative but increasingly tense relationship between the International Criminal Court (ICC) and Africa. It assesses the various legal and political reasons forExpand