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2019 In Opinio Juris on Phil Clark’s ‘Distant Justice.’

Distant Justice Symposium: How Colonial Inscriptions Continue to Matter in ICC and Africa Dynamics

2015 Clarke, Kamari Maxine. “Power Politics and Its Global Shadows: From Margins to Center.” Review of Rough Justice: The International Criminal Court in a World of Power Politics by James G. Stewart. New York: Oxford University Press. Online Symposium: Whither the International Criminal Court.  |  PDF

2014  Clarke, Kamari. M. “Accountability and the Expansion of the Criminal Jurisdiction of the African Court.Arguendo Roundtable (online). American Bar Association  | PDF

2014 Clarke, Kamari M. 2014. “Justice Can’t Prevail in a Vacuum.” New York Times, Opinion Pages, Room for Debate. December 11, 2014.  |  LINK

2013 Clarke KM. “Treat Greed in Africa as a War Crime.” New York Times, Jan. 29, OpEd pp. A27 | PDF

2013 “How Police Use Religion to Deceive Suspects.” Huffington Post. 3/21/2013 | PDF

2013 “Is the International Criminal Court (ICC) targeting Africa inappropriately?” UCLA School of Law Debates.March 2013-July 2013.

2012 Kony 2012, the ICC & peace/justice divide, Part one of two. May 18, 2012  |  PDF

2012 Attending to the language of justice. Part two of two. May 19, 2012  |  PDF[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section][/cs_content]