Kenneth Roth

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New York Review of Books: Africa Attacks the International Criminal Court

Author: Kenneth Roth

"The court's future now rests to a large extent on the battle being waged between African leaders with little interest in justice and those Africans, including many activists and victims, who see an end to impunity for mass atrocities as essential for Africa's future. One can only hope that the welfare of African people takes precedence over the perceived interests of African leaders."

See more in Africa (sub-Saharan); Global Governance

Foreign Affairs Article

After Guantánamo

Author: Kenneth Roth

The U.S. detention facility at Guantánamo Bay has become a stain on the United States' reputation. Shutting it down will cause new problems. Rather than hold terrorism suspects in preventive detention, the United States should turn them over to its criminal justice system.

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