The ICC does too much politics and very little law

For Roland Marchal, researcher in political science in France, the recent ICC case against sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir has no legal foundations and is going to delay peace efforts in Sudan, exacerbate the current tensions, and embolden the rebellion. Interview in French.

Sudan and the ICC: A guide to the controversy

Genocide is the most extreme form of crime in terms of international law, and I am not confortable when I see that some people (those who label the darfur killings as genocide) are lowering the standard for this crime.

Jens Meierhenrich, professor of political science at Harvard in an interview in Le Monde. French.

UPDATE, August 17th 2008
Growing clamour to remove the Hague prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo

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