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Kerstin Carlson on the Evolution of International Criminal Law

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Kerstin Carlson is a professor of international law in Denmark at Roskilde University, as well as The American University of Paris. In this podcast she addresses a number of vital questions for the future of international criminal law. Can international criminal justice institutions remain broadly apolitical bodies? How does one reconcile a paradox at the center of the practice of international criminal law between the concepts of “progress” and “justice,” with the latter concept rooted on the idea that international law promises the end of impunity and a more just world? What is the importance of national discourse and cultural norms regarding the effectiveness of international criminal tribunals? And what role can specialized courts, such as a possible International Anti-Corruption Court, play in advancing international justice?

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Kerstin Carlson is a professor of international law in Denmark at Roskilde University, as well as The American University of Paris. In this podcast she addresses a number of vital questions for the future of international criminal law. Can international criminal justice institutions remain broadly apolitical bodies? How does one reconcile a paradox at the center of the practice of international criminal law between the concepts of “progress” and “justice,” with the latter concept rooted on the idea that international law promises the end of impunity and a more just world? What is the importance of national discourse and cultural norms regarding the effectiveness of international criminal tribunals? And what role can specialized courts, such as a possible International Anti-Corruption Court, play in advancing international justice?

Learn more on GlobalGovernanceForum.org

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