A panel discussion, "The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunals in National and International Systems," held on May 25, 2009, in The Hague, Netherlands. The panel was moderated by Lloyd Axworthy (President, University of Winnipeg; Former Foreign Minister, Canada) and featured Thomas Buergenthal (Judge, International Court of Justice), Antonio Cassese (Professor of International Law, University of Florence), Hassan Jallow (Chief Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda), Karina Moskalenko (Executive Director, Center for the Promotion for International Defense), Navanethem Pillay (UN High Commissioner for Human Rights), and David Schwendiman (Deputy Chief Prosecutor, Head, Special Department for War Crimes, Prosecutors Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina), with remarks by Jonathan F. Fanton (President, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation) and Luis Moreno-Ocampo (Prosecutor, International Criminal Court).

Welcome and Introduction:
Jonathan F. Fanton
President, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Panelists:
Thomas Buergenthal
Judge, International Court of Justice

Antonio Cassese
Professor of International Law, University of Florence

Hassan Jallow
Chief Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

Karina Moskalenko
Executive Director, Center for the Promotion for International Defense

Navanethem Pillay
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

David Schwendiman
Deputy Chief Prosecutor, Head, Special Department for War Crimes,
Prosecutors Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Reflections:
Luis Moreno-Ocampo
Prosecutor, International Criminal Court

Moderator:
Lloyd Axworthy
President, University of Winnipeg
Former Foreign Minister, Canada