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‘History is written by the Victors’ or is it the Bullies? The ICC’S Eradication of the Melinda Taylor Incident

  ‘History is written by the Victors’.   When Winston Churchill expressed this iconic statement, he seemed to have been coining a more statesman-like version of Might means Right.   In the case of the Melinda Taylor incident, considering the ICC’s strong-arm tactics,  Might means Right seems to be the better fit for our discussion. This issue’s […]