By Clifford Smith Abstract This article will examine the problematical area of international criminals accused of serious crimes and avoiding arrest. In turn, it cast serious doubts about the effectiveness of the international criminal justice system. It proposes creating a UN Special Task Force that would operate globally to arrest international fugitives. The model […]Read more "Proposed UN Model for Arresting International Criminals"
Leaving the European Union and its Implications By Rui Lopes An Introduction to the European Union The European Union (EU), founded on 1 November 1993, is a political and economic association of 28 member states within the European continent. At its core, the EU strives to provide a single market concept, attained through the standardisation of laws […]Read more "“Should I Stay or Should I Go Now”"
The Potential Legal Effects of Africa’s Withdrawal from the International Criminal Court as a Result of the Omar Al-Bashir Debacle The mass withdrawal of the Rome Statute by African states leaves most of them with little to no discretion on whether to prosecute jus cogens crimes envisaged in the courts jurisdiction due to the absence of the complementarity principle, the […]Read more "Omar Dis-Appear"