Britain has given at least one shot to about 15% of its population, compared to some 3% in the bloc. This is not only a matter of pride: The EU has already lost more than 470,000 people out of 450 million to the pandemic, and uncounted others who were not tested before they died. Diane Wanten, from Alken, Belgium, survived a bout with COVID 19 that put her in intensive care last spring.
At the mouth of the Cacarica, we stop to rest in Puente America and ask about migrants. None have passed through in weeks, but the walls of a vacant school house attest to the heavy traffic that has passed through this route in recent years. Travellers from places as far flung as Pakistan’s Swat Valley, Eritrea and South Africa have been here, their graffitos a mix of pride for home and longing for the USA:.
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Bhardwaj’s current outing, ‘Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola’, brings together sublime, colossal talents from both the stage and the screen Pankaj Kapoor, Shabana Azmi on the one hand and Imran Khan and Anushka Sharma on the other. This motley cast is as diverse as the film itself. From the pink buffalo (Gulabi Bhains) to the African dancers, the canvas of ‘Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola’ incorporates everything.
This paper addresses a number of interrelated conceptual difficulties that impact adversely on the ability of international criminal trials to deliver outcomes perceived as legitimate by victims and communities in post conflict states. It begins by exploring the extent to which those moral justifications for punishment espoused by international courts are instrumental in marginalizing the aspirations for justice of victims and victim communities, and suggests how a greater appreciation of the sociological context of punishing international crimes can contribute towards an improved understanding of normative practice. The paper then examines the relationship between perceptions of international crime and punishment, and the broader issue of whether international criminal law provides an appropriate normative structure for giving effect to those universal humanitarian values concerned with punishment in an increasingly pluralistic world.