The Black Panther Party was a political organization in the United States during the 1960s-1980s. Labelled the greatest threat to internal security by the FBI, the Party was primarily focused on monitoring police officer behaviour through Panther Patrols and running community survival programs.
Fragmentation occurs when international proceedings that involve the same parties and raise the same issues arrive at different conclusions. The conflict in the ICTY’s Tadic decision and the ICJ’s Bosnian Genocide decision – an issue or an exception?
In recent years, elections of judges to the ICJ have shown their political side. States try to place their candidates for the term of nine years. This entry investigates how this period of office evolved and still influences the work of the court.
A century after the implementation of the WvSNI (the Netherland Indies criminal code), the Indonesian parliament wants to replace Dutch colonial inheritance in the criminal code with a new code, which recognises so-called Indonesian “values”.