H.D. Roskam, LL.M. is PhD Fellow at The Institute for Public LawProfile page
Crimes against humanity take place in North Korea. As the state is extremely isolated, it is debatable whether the Security Council should deal with the situation. Is it a matter of domestic jurisdiction or of international concern?
This blog explains the District Court’s decision on the illegitimacy of Dutchbat’s conduct during and in the aftermath of the fall of Srebrenica. It also shows the problem faced when deciding cases like this in national courts based upon national law.