Archives for posts with tag: ExtraditionLaw

Blog Report: ASSANGE ASYLUM – ECUADOR DIPLOMATICALLY OUTMANEUVERS UK, By Ambassador Mo
Has London created more favorable platform for Assange & Latin American adversaries of UK by threatening to disregard diplomatic status of Ecuador’s embassy? Claiming obligation to deliver Julian Assange to Sweden ignores higher regard accorded diplomatic law & facts of this case (where Assange is sought formally for questioning & not prosecution & there is some concern extradition process is being itself abused). –MORE–
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Blog Report: BROAD IMPLICATIONS OF STRANGE CASE OF BELGIUM, CHAD & SENEGAL JURISDICTION? By Ambassador Mo
Broader application for universal jurisdiction on grave violations of international humanitarian law? On its face, case before the ICJ (International Court of Justice) was already strange: Belgium seeking extradition of Chad’s former leader living presumably in exile & already being prosecuted by Senegal. Belgium was exercising a form of universal jurisdiction. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/broad-implications-of-strange-case-of-belgium-chad-senegal-jurisdiction/55007Image