Post Tagged with: "International Criminal Court (ICC)"

Reconfigure The Response to Terrorism

Reconfigure The Response to Terrorism

A professional field of peace and conflict studies scholars and practitioners is continuously providing responses to terrorism which are superior to the so-called experts of the terrorism industry.

Managing International and Civil Conflicts

Managing International and Civil Conflicts

The reactionary approaches and established institutions for managing international and civil conflicts have proven to be insufficient and often inadequate.

Strengthen the International Criminal Court

Strengthen the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is a permanent Court, created by a treaty, the “Rome Statute,” which came into force on 1 July, 2002 after ratification by 60 nations.