Two Economist articles about human rights

Here are two new Economist articles about human rights and the International Criminal Court. It raises some interesting issues, including the prospect of more competition amongst human rights NGOs and concerns over the international “crime” of aggression. The former could be particularly relevant to Southeast Asia if it means that in the future attention will tend to focus on “hot” human rights cases (such as Burma), but less on countries such as the Philippines.

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