1 June 2012


Chatham House


This is a summary of an event held at Chatham House on 28 June 2012.

The event addressed three recent developments in international criminal law: the judgements handed down on the conviction of Charles Taylor, former president of Liberia, by the Special Court for Sierra Leone and the conviction of Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, by the International Criminal Court (the ICC); the subject of complementarity in relation to the arrest warrants issued by the ICC for certain Libyan suspects; and the problem of immunity under international law for high officials such as presidents and foreign ministers.

Event details.