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The Duty on South Africa to Arrest and Surrender President Al-Bashir under South African and International Law

In June 2015, South Africa hosted the Summit Meeting of the African Union. The Sudanese President, Omar Hassan Al-Bashir, under an arrest warrant of the International Criminal Court (ICC) for, […]

The Immunity Provisions in the AU Amendment Protocol: Separating the (Doctrinal) Wheat from the Normative (Chaff)

(2015) Journal of International Criminal Justice
In June 2014 the African Union adopted a Protocol to expand the jurisdiction of the African Court by adding a criminal chamber. This Protocol provides […]

When Elephants Collide it is the Grass that Suffers: Cooperation and the Security Council in the Context of AU/ICC Dynamics

(2014) 7 African Journal of Legal Studies 381
This articles explores the tense the triangular relationships between the African Union, the International Criminal Court and the Security in the light of […]

The ICC Decisions on Chad and Malawi: On Cooperation, Immunities and Article 98

(2013) Journal of International Criminal Justice 199
The Rome Statute establishing the International Criminal Court provides that immunities do not apply in proceedings before the Court. At the same time, however, […]