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The ICC Doesn’t Look So Interventionist After All

Dr. Zvobgo coauthored an article in Foreign Policy with University of British Columbia colleague Genevieve Bates on the International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor Karim Khan's decision to suspend the preliminary examination in Colombia. This was the court's longest running examination to date, covering civil war-related abuses since 2002, when Colombia became an ICC member. Read the full article to get Drs. Bates and Zvobgo's take on the implications of the withdrawal for Colombia, the ICC, and international criminal justice more broadly.


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