Tetevi Davi and Stella Nasirumbi

Tetevi Davi is a regional correspondent for OxHRH and incoming pupil barrister at 25 Bedford Row in London. He writes on matters of public international law, including international criminal law and international human rights law as well as transitional justice and is a rapporteur for Oxford International Organizations. Stella Nasirumbi is an ORIL case law reporter for Oxford University Press and an incoming legal associate at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Geneva. Her research is centred on international humanitarian law, international human rights law and international criminal responsibility for IHL and IHRL violations in the African context.

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Universal Jurisdiction in Switzerland: Challenges for the War Crimes Trial of Alieu Kosiah

Universal Jurisdiction in Switzerland: Challenges for the War Crimes Trial of Alieu Kosiah

On 3 December 2020, the trial of the Liberian former militia commander, Alieu Kosiah, opened in Switzerland’s Federal Criminal Court. It is a trial of many firsts, with Kosiah being the first Liberian to be tried in connection with ...