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Why the U.S. Can No Longer Ignore the ICC

Christopher 'Kip' Hale

What an Investigation Into U.S. War Crimes in Afghanistan Would Mean

Arguendo Roundtable

What are your thoughts on the ICC Office of Prosecutor's Policy on Case Selection and Prioritisation?

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Helen Brady

and Dr. Fabricio Guariglia

An Insider's View: Consistency and Transparency While Preserving Prosecutorial Discretion

Honorable Ekaterina Trendafilova

A Good Working Document of the Office of the Prosecutor

Ottilia Anna Maunganidze

and Max du Plessis

Timely, But Is It Enough?

Professor William A. Schabas

Feeding Time at the Office of the Prosecutor

Professor Alex G. Whiting

Finding Strength within Constraints

Ipsos Polling (overview)

July 2017 Ipsos Polling Results

Recent poll shows continued growth in Americans’ awareness of the International Criminal Court (ICC), support for US membership, and support for ICC casework. Most Americans also think terrorism should be fought with both the military and the courtroom.


July 2016 Ipsos Polling Results

Polling shows improved awareness of the International Criminal Court (ICC), driven by awareness among youth, and public support for the US government encouraging ICC involvement in investigating and prosecuting atrocity crimes in Syria and Iraq.


April 2016 Ipsos Polling Results

More Americans believe the United States should dedicate resources to the International Criminal Court (ICC), and broad American support for defining sexual violence as a war crime.


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Opinion

Why the U.S. Can No Longer Ignore the ICC

Christopher 'Kip' Hale

What an Investigation Into U.S. War Crimes in Afghanistan Would Mean

Sending the Right Message on the ICC

Christopher 'Kip' Hale
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News

Statement on the Passing of Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni


ABA Urges US Congress and State Department to Preserve and Bolster the Office of Global Criminal Justice and Ambassador at-Large Post


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ABA-ICC Twitter Stream

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