Peyton Jacobsen

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Peyton Jacobsen is a student studying Political Science, International Studies and Journalism at Loyola University Chicago. Currently, Peyton works as a writer and editor for The Borgen Project and mentors a Syrian refugee family in her free time. She is learning Arabic and one day hopes to travel to the Middle East as a reporter and journalist.

Bias in the International Criminal Court

Following World War II and the Holocaust, leaders around the world claimed that the global community could never again allow such a blatant disregard for human life. The International Criminal Court (ICC) was created with the purpose of combating and preventing these crimes against humanity, and holding the perpetrators of these crimes accountable. Crimes on the scale of mass atrocity can often...

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