About: international justice

The ICC on the ropes: What can the EU do about it?

The EU should use a range of economic and diplomatic measures to prevent the African Union from withdrawing its member states from the International Criminal Court, Medlir Mema argues.
Enlargement 01-12-2009

Serbia challenges Kosovo independence in court

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague has today (1 December) started to examine the legality of Kosovo's declaration of independence, which is contested by Serbia. The judgment could tip Kosovo's future towards full international recognition or push it back under the auspices of the Serbian state.

UK tourists ‘at risk’ from EU Treaty rejection

A recently launched justice organisation, The Just Umbrella, has urged EU leaders to include justice as part of the proposed Treaty revisions, or put British and other tourists at risk from legal and judicial discrimination while abroad.
Security 12-04-2002

International Criminal Court becomes a reality

Following the simultaneous ratification by 10 more nations, the UN Treaty establishing the International Criminal Court will enter into force on 1 July 2002.

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