The International Criminal Court suffered a major setback when its first case against a sitting head of state collapsed. Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta was indicted for crimes against humanity but critical evidence and witnesses failed to materialise - government complicity, say prosecutors - and the charges were withdrawn in December 2014. Despite accusations that the court is a vehicle to impose Western justice, African nations are more supportive than might appear. The court can play a useful role, though it may not be delivering what it was meant to achieve.

Transitions of power are problematic in many developing countries but the overlay of tribal passions and patronage which e...

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Professor Colleen Graffy
Horrific violence occurred on both sides, resulting in more than 1,200 dead and 600,000 forced to flee their homes
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