Meike Döring is a Senior Financial Officer at ICCT. Prior to the ICCT Meike worked 4 1/2 years for Staedion, mainly as project controller for Aardwarmte Den Haag. Since 2013 she is also working free-lance as expert administrating EFRO grants and since 2009 as accountant for Stichting Biblionef Nederland. Meike studied economics at the University of Aachen in Germany, focused on Public-, Federal- and European Finance as well as Technology and Innovation Management and graduated in 1998 Diplom-Kauffrau Betriebswirtschaftslehre.
The previous op-ed in this trilogy looked at how courts in Syria and Iraq can bring terrorists to justice mainly on terrorist charges in their post-conflict settings. This op-ed will examine how foreign national courts can prosecute terrorist crimes that have been committed in Syria and Iraq. These crimes can constitute war crimes, crimes against […]
Now that the military defeat of the so called “Islamic State” in Iraq and in Syria is nearly complete, the international community and countries involved are faced with new challenges for the post-conflict situation. This includes restoring peace and stability, creating all-inclusive government institutions, resettling displaced communities and adopting reconciliation and rehabilitation efforts. Among these […]
For more than two decades, the EU and other donors have spent billions of euros to rebuild the Somali state and, more recently, to counter the rise of the violent Islamist group Al Shabaab. But Somalia remains a weak, if not “failed state”, and progress is nowhere near commensurate with international support. This is because […]