British International Studies Association (BISA) African Affairs Prize

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I am honoured that my paper, “Africa Versus the International Criminal Court: The Strategy of Regionalizing International Criminal Justice,” has won the British International Studies Association (BISA) African Affairs Paper Prize.

See the announcement on the African Affairs website, and news items on the Oxford Department of Politics and International Relations website and the Lady Margaret Hall website.

The prize is awarded for the best paper on a topic related to Africa, and is selected by a panel based on the criteria of “originality, significance, and rigour.”

The paper discusses how African states’ attitudes to the ICC changed over time, from trying to work within and change the ICC to pursuing proposals to create alternative regional institutions.

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