Dan Saxon teaches international law at Leiden University College in The Hague. Formerly, he was a Senior Prosecutor at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and legal adviser to the United Nations Commission of Inquiry for Syria.
The ‘interests of justice’ require challenging impunity
By: Dan Saxon
The ICC may consider the local context, but no policy or legal decision that permits impunity for gross human rights abuse can satisfy the interests of justice.