Much has been tweeted and much has been blogged about this extraordinary week at the International Court of Justice. The Hague became a battleground for competing shouting matches from both Rohingya activists and pro-Myanmar government activists from around the world. And inside the Peace Palace, the lawyers argued about Gambia’s request for provisional measures against Myanmar under the Genocide Convention.
Stephanie was run off her feet supplying the insatiable maw of news agency demands, while Janet hung out with lobbyists and supporters to take the temperature of the public debate.
Here are a few links, and enjoy the ‘cast!
Priya Pillai (again) in a discussion on alJazeera.
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