International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor, Argentinian Luis Moreno-Ocampo (photo:dpa)

Geopolitics: Milestone for the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, will mark ten years of work next year. It has had a mixed reception being viewed by some countries as a post-colonial court ruling over African nations. Next year also sees the election of a new chief prosecutor. GIS expert, Professor Colleen Graffy reports

A NEW prosecutor for the International Criminal Court will be elected in 2012, ten years after this permanent international tribunal was established.

The ICC, as it is known, is located in The Hague, Netherlands, and is the court responsible for prosecuting individuals for crimes which 'shock the conscience of mankind '.

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