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Ending impunity in Europe?

In this post from Open Democracy, Aage Borchgrevink and Simon Papuashvili write on the challenge of state cooperation for a successful International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation into alleged crimes committed during the 2008 South Ossetia conflict involving Russia and Georgia.

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Georgia: A test case for the ICC’s future

In this guest post from the International Justice Monitor, Nika Jeiranashvili of the Open Society Georgia Foundation outlines the high stakes for the recently-opened ICC investigation into the 2008 South Ossetian conflict, arguing that both Georgia and Russia have much … Continue reading

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ICC opens investigation in Georgia

Judges of the International Criminal Court yesterday authorized a request by the Office of the Prosecutor to investigate ICC crimes allegedly committed in the context of the 2008 armed conflict in Georgia, which also involved Russia, over the self-proclaimed territory of … Continue reading

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