The two arms of the International Criminal Court and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea: Why the European Union and Japan are pushing effectively and at the right time.

By David Koeller On Friday 10.10.2014 the European Union (EU) and Japan announced to the public that they have submitted a draft resolution to the General Assembly of the United Nations in which they call for the situation in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to be referred to the International Criminal Court(1). This move... Continue Reading →


Guantanamo Bay: over a Decade of Damage

For those of us who have come to political consciousness since 9/11, the war on terror seems like a fact of nature rather than of history. We cannot remember a time when the West did not claim to wage war on an abstract concept, and we forget how unprecedented this is. The only analogous example in recent... Continue Reading →

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