- Compromising Justice: Why the Bush Administration and the NGOs Are Both Wrong about the ICC [Abstract]
| Kenneth A. Rodman | 04/24/2006
The critics of the ICC in the Bush administration and its supporters within the human rights community have one thing in common: they assume that the ICC can evolve into an institution independent of states, either to constrain American power or to prosecute to end impunity for perpetrators.
- Accountability in International Development Aid [Full Text]
| Leif Wenar | 04/24/2006
Concerns over aid effectiveness have led to calls for greater accountability in international development aid. This article examines the state of accountability within and between international development agencies: aid NGOs, international financial institutions, and government aid ministries.