ICC Review conference: Peace, Justice, and AFRICOM

Eight years after its July 2002 founding, state parties and observers participated in the first ever review of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at a conference in Kampala, Uganda, earlier this month. The purpose of the conference was to review … Continued

The Ethiopian Elections: A Derision of Democracy

Election Day can be an inspiring moment for a country, permitting the display of democracy. But on May 23, 2010 there was a marked absence of hope and exhilaration at polling stations across Ethiopia. In the fourth general elections staged … Continued

Attorney Detained By Rwanda is Hospitalized Again; ICTR Declares Erlinder’s Immunity and Demands His Release; Secretary of State Hilary Clinton Calls for Erlinder’s Release

*Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE* Contacts: Gena Berglund, International Humanitarian Law Institute of Minnesota, 651-208-7964; Scott Erlinder, brother of Peter Erlinder, 312-656-6098. *Peter Erlinder is hospitalized for high blood pressure; The ICTR issues a statement declaring Erlinder’s immunity and demanding … Continued

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