|François Sinzikiramuka, perpetrator (left); Christophe Karorero, survivor.
From the New York Times' Portraits of Reconciliation. © Pieter Hugo
In 1994, one of history’s most tragic chapters played out a when almost one million were killed in three months during the Rwandan genocide.
Twenty years on, the Rome Statute system stands as the world’s best option for ensuring that such crimes do not go unpunished.
Yet the international community—Rwanda included—need to do more much to ensure the clarion call of "never again” becomes a reality.