Nutt: Was the first decade of the ICC a more just one?

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16 April, 2012
By: Samantha Nutt
Medical doctor and a founder of War Child

No, but this was not because of the ICC’s limitations. From Guantanamo Bay to the “redefinition” of torture and Prisoner of War, international rule of law experienced a major assault to its core principles over the past decade (which still continues).

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