The ‘De-Globalization’ of International Criminal Justice

Thursday, November 16


Lubar Commons 7200, UW-Madison Law School

“The ‘De-Globalization’ of International Criminal Justice: What’s the Future of War Crimes Tribunals?”

Law and De-Globalization Series Speaker Thierry Cruvellier, hosted by Alexandra Huneeus

Twenty-five years into the historic development of international war crimes tribunals, international criminal justice is in crisis. It is questioned because of its own lack of efficiency and credibility, and its legitimacy is growingly challenged or dismissed by states, including among some of its long-standing supporters. How can we understand this crisis? Can it lead to creative initiatives or alternatives?

Sponsored by the Law School and the Human Rights Program

Contact Sumudu Atapattu with any questions.