Seeking asylum before the International Criminal Court. Another challenge for a court in need of credibility

D.H. Yabasun, M. Holvoet

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In 2012 the international criminal court (icc) celebrates its ten-year anniversary since its establishment. It is fair to say that the current age of the court reflects its present maturity. At the time of writing, the court has finally rendered its first verdict, by condemning the congolese warlord thomas lubanga for the conscription of child soldiers after a rather wobbly trial that took 6 years. In may 2011, the court faced another unprecedented challenge. Four witnesses transferred from the democratic republic of the congo (drc) to testify in the lubanga and katanga
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)725-745
JournalInternational Criminal Law Review
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2013

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