Saturday, 7 March 2009

Dicker and De Waal Debate Bashir Arrest Warrant, Tension Between Peace and Justice

Democracy Now has an interesting exchange between two of the heavy hitters in the debate about the threat the Bashir arrest warrant poses to the Sudan peace process:
http://www.democracynow.org/2009/3/6/hrws_richard_dicker_and_scholar_mediator.
Alex is one of the most knowledgeable specialists on Sudanese politics; Richard is a veteran of the NGO campaign for international justice and the creation of the International Criminal Court.

1 comment:

Chema Arraiza's Blog said...

The tension seems to be more between judicial accountability of one individual and the humanitarian assistance of a million refugees. For them the benefits of the warrant are probably less clear.