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Maartje Weerdesteijn is Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology and researcher at the Center for International Criminal Justice. Maartje obtained a PhD from Tilburg University, Department of Criminal Law, a Master in International Crimes and Criminology from VU Amsterdam (Cum Laude), and a Bachelor in European Studies (Cum Laude). She used to work as a lecturer at the History of International Relations Department of Utrecht University and was a visiting scholar with Griffith University Australia at the Griffith Asia Institute in 2014. She is an interdisciplinary scholar, combining a historical and criminological outlook. She focus on the role of dictators in the perpetration of mass atrocities and the manner in which the international community can potentially mitigate these crimes.

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