We look back at some of our most thought provoking episodes from 2023 and play you some of the highlights.
What next for Felicien Kabuga, unfit to stand trial for the Rwandan genocide, but possibly facing an alternative procedure never before heard of in international criminal tribunals.
The final Hague trial dealing the wars in the former Yugoslavia.
Former Kosovo president is on trial in The Hague – Janet and Stephanie outline the case
Kate Gibson and Barbora Hola explain why eight men acquitted by the ICTR are stuck in Niger and why international justice is failing them
Judge Alphons Orie on international humanitarian law as it meets international criminal tribunals
UNMICT Prosecutor Serge Brammertz explains how they track fugitives alleged to be behind the Rwanda genocide.
What the verdict on former Serbian Secret Service officials Stanišić and Simatović can tell us about the future of prosecution of war crimes in Serbia.
It’s the biggest job in international justice: prosecutor of the ICC. Who will the next one be? Janet and Stephanie talk to the candidate Fergal Gaynor
On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide Janet and Stephanie sit down with Iva Vukusic, Jennifer Trahan and Hikmet Karcic to talk the legacy of the Yugoslavia tribunal and revisionism in Bosnia
Sabrina Mahtani has been monitoring worldwide what’s been happening to prisoners. And, despite the obvious dangers they face in confined spaces, she sees the positive developments being driven by this Covid-19 crisis.