Reed Brody, human rights lawyer, New York
Juan Garcés, jurist, lawyer in the Spanish Pinochet-case, Madrid
Moderation: Beate Rudolf, jurist, director of the German Institute for Human Rights, Berlin
The Nuremberg trials, the creation of ad hoc tribunals such as the tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda and the establishment of the International Criminal Court in The Hague all mark steps forward in the success story that is the expansion of international criminal justice. However, this development is also rife with contradictions, as discussed by guests who have been actively involved in this system in various ways.