Africa and the ICC – Resistance or Cooperation?

By Asad Kiyani

The ICC is only prosecuting situations in Africa.  Given this, and the fact that in 2009 the African Union passed a resolution of “non-cooperation” with the Court, it would be useful to trace how the relationship between the Court and its most important constituency has developed over the past year.  The major theme has been that Africa is being marginalized even while the Courts energies seem largely devoted to African situations.

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May 25, 2010   2 Comments