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29 May 2024

“The broader attacks against the ICC [International Criminal Court] emanating from the US and the UK over the past week … only lend further support to the damaging narrative that the ICC is an exercise in selective justice dictated entirely by politics, carries out its mandate with an 'Africa bias', or is simply a new incarnation of 'victors' justice'. The values that underlie the ICC do not allow for one set of rules for democratically elected leaders and another set of rules for everyone else.”

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Assistant professor of international human rights law at Trinity College in Dublin who served as an associate legal officer at the International Court of Justice in The Hague from 2010 to 2014
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