Philip Hammond, Spiked
Should sitting heads of state be liable to prosecution by international tribunals? That was the question at the heart of ‘Prosecuting Presidents’, a conference organised by the Royal United Services Institute and the Centre for Foreign Policy Analysis in London last Friday [March 27].
The event presented a refreshingly open and critical debate about the role of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the problems of pursuing ‘international justice’, but it also highlighted the fact that the various criticisms raised against the court are often contradictory.
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The tyranny of ‘international justice’