Rome Statute: The International Criminal Court

We are a group of US students striving for a deeper understanding of the International Criminal Court, the U.S., and The Hague Tradition

Where we had thought to travel outward, we will come to the center of our own existence. And where we had thought to be alone, we will be with all of the world -Joseph Campbell.

Pictured from left to right are: 1) Dustin Sigsbee (seated); 2) Megan Blue; 3) Josh Brown; 4) Jacob Comfort; 5) Erica Maylee; and 6) Kiel Martyn (seated)


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1) The Relationship of Peace to Justice

“When justice is done, truth is served and peace is achieved.”- Rav Muna, The Jerusalem Talmud, circa 350 CE

Both justice and peace are terms that need to be clearly articulated, for fear that they become honorific terms touching everything and…



1) The Relationship of Peace to Justice

“Injustice creates conflict. It is a threat to peace, and if we do not create justice, peace may not be sustainable. We need justice for sustainable peace.”

(Peace to Justice: Impressions of the First Conference by The Hague Academic Coalition,…



1) The Relationship of Peace and Justice

The concepts of peace and justice should be approached in the same way an expert mechanic approaches a car or an expert director approaches a film. We need to be able to talk about peace and justice analytically, and not be bogged down in vague…

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