“It's complicated”: How will the outcome of the Kenyatta case affect the ICC’s relationships?

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'But Luke Moffett, Law Lecturer in international criminal justice at Queen's University Belfast, argues passionately – in The Conversation – that the case itself must be heard until conclusion – for the sake of ending impunity for the crimes of states and deliver justice to victims.

”If the Kenyatta case fails, we could soon see a wave of powerful heads of state willing to openly manipulate the international justice system to deny justice to their victims. Put bluntly, if that situation comes to pass, it could mean the end of the international criminal justice project.”'

Period13 Oct 2014

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