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Selective justice

­Is the International Criminal Court unfair and biased? Is it really about geopolitics? The US refuses to sign up as member of the court while proclaiming itself a nation governed by the rule of law. Is this hypocrisy? A vast majority of investigations at the ICC come from Africa – but surely there have been other major crimes committed in other parts of the world. So why aren’t they looked into? CrossTalking with Lawrence Douglas, William Keylor and George Szamuely.

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