International Criminal Court faces critics

Eight years after its foundation, the International Criminal Court has yet to convict or acquit any of the four defendants held in custody and, to date, has only pursued cases in Africa. The court stands at a key moment, with the decision to resume the trial of a Congolese militia leader. Michael Steen, assistant news editor and former Amsterdam correspondent, assesses the court's effectiveness, speaking to both critics and Sang-Hyun Song, president of the ICC's appeals chamber.