n Institute for Security Studies Papers - Towards global justice in the 21st century?

Volume 2001, Issue 50
  • ISSN : 1026-0404



The aim of this paper is to highlight the broader significance of developments in international justice, with specific focus on the impetus given to the creation of further specialised criminal tribunals to prosecute those who allegedly violated international humanitarian law in Sierra Leone, Cambodia and East Timor. There are still some significant obstacles in the path of these proposed tribunals, which are briefly discussed in this paper before making some concluding comments on the perceived move towards global justice.

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