Election of the ICC Prosecutor and judges
In your recent piece, you argue that in international criminal law, structural racism and white supremacy dictate which crimes count, what jurisdiction applies, who is rendered culpable, who chooses, who has the power, and who matters. Is it possible for the ICC to overcome this? If so, what concrete measures would you like to see the next ICC Prosecutor take to achieve this goal?
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