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    isnblog.ethz.ch International criminal justice « ISN Blog

    This critique is deployed both within and between situations. In cases such as Uganda, Cote d’Ivoire and Libya, it is argued that the ICC has erred in targeting only one side of the conflict. Alternatively, it is argued that the Court focuses myopically on the weakest states in the international ... Read article

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    pearltrees.com Intl Justice Blogs | Pearltrees

    Wronging Rights | Very Serious Commentary on Very Important Issues Advisory Board: FICHL. Anton's Weekly Digest of International Law. LieberCode. The American Non-Governmental Organizations Coalition for the International The American Non-Governmental Organizations Coalition for the International... Read article

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    invisiblecollege.weblog.leidenuniv.nl Dov Jacobs | Invisible College Blog

    Accordingly,while welcoming papers on all aspects of genocide studies, we are particularlyinterested in papers and sessions devoted to the theme of our 9 th Biennial conference, “Genocide: Truth, Memory, Justice, and Recovery.” Weinvite innovative panels and papers that consider the dynamics, cau... Read article

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    securitylawbrief.com Georgetown Security Law Brief: Libya passes controversial amensty law

    05/09/12: The Justice in Conflict blog reports Libya has quietly, but controversially passed a blanket amnesty for pro-Revolution rebels. According to Lawyers for Justice in Libya, under ‘Law 38,’ amnesty will be granted for any “acts made necessary by the 17 February revolution” and for the revo... Read article

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    blog.africacanada.org Joseph Kony | ACAC

    As has been expressed in several incredibly articulate blog and vlog posts responding to Kony 2012, this claim dismisses outright the work of Ugandan people who have been actively engaged in peace and justice processes for decades. The Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (ARLPI) is but one ... Read article

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    bbc.com BBC News - Will Africa pull out of the ICC?

    In an interview with France 24 after the AU denounced the ICC for "hunting" Africans at a meeting in May, he said: "I will not go as far as accusing the ICC of racism... I think the ICC has done a fantastic job in bringing some people who have committed genocide and mass murder to justice." Howev... Read article

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    whiteoliphaunt.com February » 2014 » Duck of Minerva

    We are currently rounding the corner and almost ready to submit the final version of our Cyber Conflict book. This post represents ongoing research as we fill out unanswered questions in our text. My coauthor and I have dissected the contemporary nature of cyber conflict in many ways, from catalo... Read article

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    amicc.blogspot.com American Non-Governmental Organizations Coalition for the International Criminal Court: Ambassador Rapp Announces Expansion of War Crimes Rewards P...

    Ambassador Rapp shared the news that Secretary of State, John Kerry, has approved the offer of up to $5 million for information that leads to the arrest, transfer, and conviction of: the top three leaders of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA): Joseph Kony, Okot Odhiambo, and Dominic Ongwen, as well... Read article

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    criminaljusticedegree.com Criminal Justice Round-Up: 101 Great Sites to Bookmark » Criminal Justice Degree

    National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) Established in 1972, the National Criminal Justice Reference Service is a federally funded resource offering justice-related information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. Their services and resources are available t... Read article

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    ijcentral.org IJCentral

    Copyright © 2009 International Justice Central IJCentral: International Justice Central IJCentral: IJCentral is a resource, developed by Skylight Pictures, for concerned citizens around the world who want an effective International Criminal Court to prosecute perpetrators of crimes against humani... Read article

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    beyondthehague.com Darfur | Beyond The Hague

    Thoughts on international justice from The Hague and beyond. ICC on trial before the African Union Follow “Beyond The Hague” Beyond The Hague on FB Beyond The Hague Main menu Read article

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    rachelstrohm.com Research « Rachel Strohm

    I’m interested in the microdynamics of conflict and state-building in central Africa. As of March 2012, I’m updating my recent work, and will upload it shortly. Working Papers “Mechanisms of Ethnic Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Burundi.” Burundi has enjoyed a fragile peace since 2005, when a co... Read article

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    cuentosdecolombia.tumblr.com Cuentos de Colombia • Non-Colombian Focused Links

    Non-Colombian Focused Links Websites and blogs which I read regularly, covering conflict, International Relations (IR), feminist security studies, feminist IR, development, economics, regional... Non-Colombian Focused Links Read article

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    tenove.com Journalism « Chris Tenove

    …on international politics, transitional justice, global citizenship, and other small world problems Links I follow Read article

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    backslashscott.wordpress.com Caine Blog: “In the Spirit of McPhineas Lata” by Lauri Kubuitsile « Backslash Scott Thoughts

    This is the fourth review from the Caine Prize blog-athon, and I’m glad you’re still with me. The story the crew is reading/reviewing this week is “In the Spirit of McPhineas Lata” by Lauri Kubuitsile from Botswana. You can and should find the story as a pdf here, and you can find the other blogg... Read article

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