International Criminal Court

[PODCAST] Hear, Hear: What we should know about past International Criminal Court decisions

[PODCAST] Hear, Hear: What we should know about past International Criminal Court decisions
In this piece, Dean Mel Sta. Maria discusses past International Criminal Court cases, from the murders in the Polpot regime, to the Rwanda genocide, and how they were assessed

Welcome to Hear, Hear, Rappler’s first longread podcast featuring the best investigative and opinion pieces from its archives.

No bells or whistles here; Hear, Hear offers the full, uninterrupted audio version of every piece for you to listen. Investigative pieces are voiced by News Editor Paterno Esmaquel, while opinion pieces and analyses are voiced by Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon.

For this episode, we’re featuring the opinion piece “What we should know about past International Criminal Court decisions” by Rappler columnist Dean Mel Sta. Maria.

Given former International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Fatou Bensouda’s request for a full investigation into President Rodrigo Duterte’s alleged crimes against humanity, it would be worthwhile, according to Sta. Maria, to know some concepts in connection with the prosecution of international crimes such as systematic mass killings. 

In this piece, he discusses past ICC cases, from the murders in the Polpot regime, to the Rwanda genocide, and how they were assessed.

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