In various African Union decisions and resolutions adopted since July 2008, a distinct African perspective has emerged to pose the first real State-driven challenge to the legality and legitimacy of International Criminal Law. This blog seeks to uncover the African perspective on international criminal justice. It aims to contribute to and to foster debate on how best to challenge impunity in Africa in a harsh State-eat-State international law world, including by posting relevant documents.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Where is the Charles Taylor Trial Judgment?
JURIST has just posted my op-ed titled Charles Taylor and the Delayed Special Court for Sierra Leone Judgment. Interested readers may find it here.