How can disinformation be used to stifle human rights? In this article, Jack Burnham discusses the connection between Uganda’s anti-homosexuality laws and the intervention of members of the American evangelical community.
The Trial of Dominic Ongwen: When is a Child Soldier not a Child?
When is a child soldier no longer a child? Farah Bogani explores the complexities of agency and what it means to achieve justice from former-child-soldier-turned-LRA-commander Dominic Ongwen’s trial at the ICC.
Whatever Happened to Kony?
Four years after one of the most viral campaigns online campaigns of all time, Neil Siviter examines the aftermath of KONY 2012 and how it has impacted both the Lord’s Resistance Army, and the concept of liberal intervention.
The Ongwen Trial: Part II on Justice and Security in Uganda
Demyan Plakhov examines the Ongwen Trial.
The Kampala Verdict: Justice Served Part I: Justice and Security in Uganda
Demyan Plakhov analyzes the Kampala World Cup bombings that took place in 2010.
Uganda’s Defence Reforms in Review
Paul Pryce discusses Uganda’s Defence White Paper and the extent to which defence reforms there can be a model for other African militaries.
Justice Flew Away
Malcolm McEachern discusses South Africa’s failure to arrest Omar al-Bashir after he attended an African Union meeting in South Africa, and what this means for the ICC.