Michael Broache

Michael Broache is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at Columbia University. Michael's dissertation examines the impact of International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutions on atrocities during ongoing conflict. Michael is currently a Cordier Fellow in the School of Public and International Affairs, and a Graduate Student Fellow in National Security at the Tobin Project.

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Beyond deterrence: the ICC effect in the DRC

By: Michael Broache

When does the ICC have a preventive effect? Evidence from DRC shows that it may not be the logic of deterrence that works best to prevent atrocities.



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