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ICC Case vs Duterte: Lacks Jurisdiction, Yet Worth Investigating

By its principle of complementarity (Article 17), it has a jurisdiction over the crimes when the State has shown unwillingness or has become unable to do its prosecutorial function. Thus, in this light, the ICC acts as the court of last resort. Continue reading

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Mu’ammar Qadhafi: A Victim of US Hegemony?

The crisis in Libya is not new in the world stage of hegemony. People may understand Qadhafi’s game as “unite and divide” strategy in advancing dominations over whatever points of significant courses. Either knowingly or unknowingly, did Qadhafi take their baits accordingly to what his political blueprint would likely be? Continue reading

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