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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Africa and the ICC: Perceptions of Justice

Edited by: Kamari Maxine Clarke, Abel S. Knottnerus, Eefje De Volder

ISBN13: 9781107147652
Published: October 2016
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £79.99
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9781316602119



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Africa and the ICC: Perceptions of Justice comprises contributions from prominent scholars of different disciplines including international law, political science, cultural anthropology, African history and media studies.

This unique collection provides the reader with detailed insights into the interaction between the African Union and the International Criminal Court, but also looks further at the impact of the ICC at a societal level in African states and examines other justice mechanisms on a local and regional level in these countries. This investigation of the ICC's complicated relationship with Africa allows the reader to see that perceptions of justice are multilayered.

Subjects:
International Criminal Law, Other Jurisdictions , Africa
Contents:
1. Africa and the ICC: an introduction Kamari M. Clarke, Abel S. Knottnerus and Eefye de Volder

Part I. The Origins of a Fractious Relationship:
2. The ICC in Africa: the fight against impunity Shamiso Mbizvo
3. Africans and the ICC: hypocrisy, impunity, and perversion Makau W. Mutua
4. The ICC's Africa problem: a spotlight on the politics and limits on international criminal justice Solomon Ayele Dersso
5. The ICC, affective transference and the rhetorical politics of sentimentality Kamari M. Clarke

Part II. African States and the ICC:
6. The ICC and Africa: rhetoric, hypocrisy management and legitimacy Lee J. M. Seymour
7. France, Africa and the ICC: the neocolonist critique and the crisis of institutional legitimacy Paul D. Schmitt
8. The AU, the ICC and the prosecution of African presidents Abel S. Knottnerus

Part III. Beyond African States: The ICC's Impact in African Communities:
9. Discursive reconstruction of the ICC-Kenya engagement through Kenyan newspapers' editorial cartoons Sammy Gakero Gachigua
10. A 'criminal investigation', not a 'political analysis'? Justice contradictions and the electoral consequences of Kenya's ICC cases Thomas P. Wolf
11. The ICC in the Democratic Republic of Congo: a decade of partnership and antagonism Patryk I. Labuda
12. Witness testimony, support, and protection at the ICC Stephen Smith Cody, Alexa Koenig and Eric Stover

Part IV. Beyond the ICC: Local and Regional Justice Mechanisms in Africa:
13. Dafur tribal courts, reconciliation conferences and 'Judea': local justice mechanisms and the construction of citizenship in Sudan Karin Willemse
14. Interpretations of justice: the ICTR and Gacaca in Rwanda Kristin C. Doughty
15. International criminal justice and the early formation of an African criminal court Abel S. Knottnerus and Eefje de Volder
16. Beyond the ICC: state responsibility for the arms trade in Africa Sara Kendall and Clare da Silva
17. Epilogue: perceptions of justice Kamari M. Clarke, Abel S. Knottnerus and Eefje de Volder.