Manthorpe on the International Criminal Court: a hobbled creature

The International Criminal Court is a “hobbled creature,” unable to bring to justice perpetrators of crimes against humanity, writes  International Affairs columnist Jonathan Manthorpe’s. It’s under-resourced, shunned by China, Russia, and America, and under attack by critics with much to gain who say it’s a

Tyrants trump under-resourced International Criminal Court

JONATHAN MANTHORPE: International Affairs Dec. 17, 2014 When the International Criminal Court came to life in 2002 it was touted as a place where tyrants and their underlings would be brought to account for genocide and crimes against humanity. But the ICC,