‘What makes ICC involvement so critical is the reality that atrocities have been committed on both sides. It’s imperative that you have impartial application of the law.’
– Richard Dicker, director of the international justice program of Human Rights Watch, arguing for an International Criminal Court referral of Syria and pushing back against an unofficial proposal for a special tribunal. My Saturday post on the potential role of the ICC in the Syria situation is here.
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