Associate Professor Charles C. Jalloh gave a keynote speech at the 2014 international conference, Africans and Hague Justice: Realities and Perceptions of the International Criminal Court in Africa which was held May 23-24. Professor Jalloh’s paper, “Africa, the Security Council and the International Criminal Court,” examined, among other things, the negative perceptions of U.S. policy as a permanent member of the Security Council with veto power on the International Criminal Court’s credibility in Africa. It provoked vigorous discussions afterwards. This interdisciplinary conference was convened by The Hague University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands).

The full program is available here.

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