Heading into a new year, the landscape for accountability for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide is a challenging one. There is an increasing number of situations where impunity prevails — Myanmar, Yemen, Syria, South Sudan. Meanwhile, the International Criminal Court is overstretched, under-resourced and struggling to perform well. Come here Mr. Dicker discuss current obstacles to achieving international justice for atrocity crimes and necessary steps for ensuring its success in the future.
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