The project of securing international criminal justice for the worst atrocities is approaching its seventieth birthday. At this milepost, it is worth looking back both on what international criminal justice has accomplished and what the United States has contributed to it. To use computer programming terminology, you may think of us as now experiencing what I call "International Criminal Justice 5.0." Let me review the five phases of this historic global project, the role of the United States in advancing it, and the challenges that still loom ahead for international criminal justice and the United States.
Harold H. Koh,
International Criminal Justice 5.0,
Yale J. Int'l L.
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