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Uganda’s Civil War and the Politics of ICC Intervention

Branch, Adam

2007

Volume: 21 Issue: 2
Ethics & international affairs

Abstract

This article analyzes the political effects and the consequences for peace and justice of the ICC’s intervention into northern Uganda, drawing from this analysis disturbing implications about ICC interventions generally. In order to better comprehend the nature of those consequences, I have divided them into two categories: first, those resulting from the political instrumentalization of the ICC by the Ugandan government; and second, those resulting from the discourse and practice of the ICC as a body purporting to enforce international law.


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