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Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

The Melmac Years

My peculiar resin d’être

Noah B. Novogrodsky

Noah B. Novogrodsky is the director of the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

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The Ceaseless Search for Justice

With the world’s major powers out of the loop, can the ICC succeed? May 2008
Justice after atrocities is elusive. Despite a growing international consensus that torturers and the architects of genocide should stand trial for their crimes, prosecution is rare. For every Slobodan Milosevic and Charles Taylor—two of the more deserving defendants in modern history—there are a thousand Pol Pots and Idi Amins who escape justice. Today in Khartoum, Sudan’s leaders walk freely while Darfur’s surviving victims of crimes against humanity huddle in Chadian refugee…