African Court stands up for Zimbabweans

A few weeks ago international courts came in for a bit of a kicking in the pages of The Economist. The venerable British news-weekly lamented that too many nominees to international tribunals are hacks or cronies —rewarded for their own good behaviour (or their willingness to turn a blind eye to political bad behaviour).

Luke Eric Peterson
Published: Wednesday, 12/10/2008 12:00 am EST

A few weeks ago international courts came in for a bit of a kicking in the pages of The Economist.

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