Barrie Sander on ‘International Criminal Justice as Progress: From Faith to Critique’

Barrie Sander, PhD candidate in International Law at The Graduate Institute Geneva (IHEID), has contributed a book chapter titled ‘International Criminal Justice as Progress: From Faith to Critique’ in M. Bergsmo et. al. (eds), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4 (TOAEP 2015) 749-835. In the chapter Sander challenges the widely accepted notion of international criminal courts as mechanisms of progress. The chapter is available here.