1 Every few years, so it seems, the discussion on the need for a Special Court for terrorism crimes resurfaces. Most recently, the idea was put back on the table by the Netherlands during the United Nations (‘UN’) General Assembly (‘UNGA’; United Nations, General Assembly) Summit of September 2019 in relation to the prosecution of those allegedly involved with crimes committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (‘ISIS’) or other jihadist terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq. Admittedly, this proposal was mostly motivated by the fact that the Netherlands...
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