Category Archives: Human Rights

Is the ICC Still Relevant? It Depends Who You Ask

There is evidence that when the accused have significant political power, as in Kenya, or are able to avoid arrest, as in Uganda, the ICC disappoints both critics and victims with its inability to effectively carry out prosecution. However, these failings do not mean that the Court itself is a failure.

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Resetting European Policy towards the South: Why the European Neighbourhood Policy Review Needs to Address the Essential Questions

While initially aimed at building a “ring of friends” through its Neighbourhood Policy, the past year in particular has revealed severe limitations and shortcomings of EU foreign policy towards its surrounding regions.

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