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Africa and the ICC: Perceptions of Justice comprises contributions from prominent scholars of different disciplines including international law, political science, cultural anthropology, African history and media studies. This unique collection provides the reader with detailed insights into the interaction between the African Union and the International Criminal Court (ICC), but also looks further at the impact of the ICC at a societal level in African states and examines other justice mechanisms on a local and regional level in these countries. This investigation of the ICC's complicated relationship with Africa allows the reader to see that perceptions of justice are multilayered.

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'A strength of the book is the choice to focus on a few case studies thereby enabling an in-depth analysis from multiple lenses. This enables the reader to appreciate how the actor as well as the historical, political and social contexts influence perceptions in different ways, a key theme of the book.'

Dominique Mystris Source: Journal of International Criminal Justice

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