Articles

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Ba, Oumar. 2019. “Who Are the Victims of Crimes Against Cultural Heritage?Human Rights Quarterly,41(3): 578-595.

Ba, Oumar. 2017. “International Justice and the Postcolonial Condition.” Africa Today, 63(4): 45-62.

Ba, Oumar. 2017. “Dislocated Narratives and Kenyan Life Fragments: Political Violence, Nationhood, and Justice in Flux.” Journal of Narrative Politics, 3(2): 108-119.

Ba, Oumar. 2015. “The Court is the Political Arena: Performance and Political Narratives at the International Criminal Court.” African Journal of International Criminal Justice, 1(2): 174-189.

BOOK REVIEWS

Ba, Oumar. 2019. “Review of Phil Clark. (2018). ‘Distant Justice: The Impact of the International Criminal Court on African Politics.’ Cambridge University Press, 380 pp.” Journal of Modern African Studies. [forthcoming]

Ba Oumar. 2017. “Agents of Change: How International Courts Alter International Politics.” Review of “Karen J. Alter. (2014). The New Terrain of International Law: Courts, Politics, Rights. Princeton University Press. International Studies Review, 19 (2): 322-324.

Ba, Oumar. 2015. “Review of William Schabas. (2012). ‘Unimaginable Atrocities: Justice, Politics, and Rights at the War Crimes Tribunals.’ Oxford University Press, 240 pp.” Journal of International Criminal Justice, 13 (1): 199-200.

Ba, Oumar. 2014. “Review of George Klay Kieh and Kelechi Kalu (Eds). (2012). ‘West Africa and the U.S. War on Terror.’ Routledge, 224pp.”Political Studies Review: 12 (2)

Ba, Oumar. 2013. “Review of ‘Nina Caspersen (2012) ‘Unrecognized States.’ Cambridge: Polity Press. 210pp.” Political Studies Review: 11 (1).