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Kenya referred to ASP for non-cooperation, but will states step up enforcement?

Civil society has called for stronger enforcement of cooperation in the international justice system following a key International Criminal Court (ICC) ruling last week in the now-dropped case against Uhuru Kenyatta, president of Kenya.

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Where do the ICC Kenya cases stand?

Need to get up to speed on the Kenya cases at the International Criminal Court (ICC)? Look no further…

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Throwing justice under the bus is not the way to go – by Richard Dicker

Past experience suggests warnings that international criminal trials impede peace efforts are overblown. The ICC prosecutor mustn’t politicize her mandate by paying heed to them, says Richard Dicker of Human Rights Watch in this guest post from openGlobalRights.

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Kenya told to cooperate as Kenyatta trial reset to October

On Monday, ICC judges rescheduled the start of the trial of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to 7 October this year. The new date is intended to allow the Kenyan government time to comply with its obligations to cooperate with a prosecution … Continue reading

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