Since 2010, the country's politics has grown dangerously polarized. Is Ivory Coast's democratic future in jeopardy?
Egyptians have pushed hard for a speedy trial of ousted President Hosni Mubarak, who appeared in a Cairo courthouse today. But key aspects of transitional justice are being overlooked.
American law professor Ronald Slye resigned from the Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation Commission this week after saying he 'lost faith' in its abilities to succeed.
Some 1,500 delegates at Afghanistan’s peace jirga are debating how to reconcile with insurgents. But war crimes victims say their concerns are being buried.
During four months of testimony, Charles Taylor, the former leader of Liberia, denied committing war crimes. He said he was the victim of a US and British conspiracy. The prosecution now begins its cross-examination in The Hague.
Legal experts say the war crimes trial of Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga is helping to curtail the practice, though child soldiers continue to fight in a number of conflicts.
Cases in Sierra Leone and Guatemala offer some guidance
The World Court could soon issue an arrest warrant for President Bashir on charges of genocide.