When it comes to dealing with Canadian-born ISIS fighters and other issues of global justice, interest from the political parties vying for power has been unreliable at best, argues Mark Kersten.
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Researcher, University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy
Mark Kersten is a researcher based at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto, the deputy director of the Wayamo Foundation and creator of the blog Justice in Conflict. His research focuses on the effects of the politics of international criminal law and the effects of the International Criminal Court on peace, conflict, and justice processes.
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It is unlikely Sudan's now ex-president, Omar al-Bashir, will face trial in The Hague, at least for the time being. Still, argues Mark Kersten, the ICC should be ready in case it happens.
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