What Determines Perceptions of Bias toward the International Criminal Court? Evidence from Kenya
What Determines Perceptions of Bias toward the International Criminal Court? Evidence from Kenya. In this article, published on the website SAGE Journals in the Journal of Conflict Resolution, the authors Geoff Dancy, Yvonne Marie Dutton, Tessa Alleblas, Eamon Aloyo examine the attitude towards international courts.
- Geoff Dancy, Yvonne Marie Dutton, Tessa Alleblas & Eamon Aloyo
- 26 December 2019
“The International Criminal has struggled with the perception that it is biased against Africans, especially in relation to its investigation in Kenya. But which Kenyans are most likely to believe the ICC is biased?” Building on pluralistic models of public opinion and psychological studies, the authors want to contribute to emerging research on attitudes towards international courts. Based on new research data from 507 Kenyans in the fall of 2015, researchers will find support for their hypotheses