Jennifer Trahan

Guest Author

Jennifer Trahan is Clinical Professor of Global Affairs at N.Y.U and Convenor, The Global Institute for the Prevention of Aggression. She has published scores of law review articles and book chapters including on the International Criminal Court’s crime of aggression. Her recent book, “Legal Limits to Security Council Veto Power in the Face of Atrocity Crimes” (Cambridge University Press 2020) was awarded the “2020 ABILA Book of the Year Award” by the American Branch of the International Law Association. She has also authored two digests compiling the case law of the ad hoc tribunals. She serves as one of the US representatives to the Use of Force Committee of the International Law Association and holds various positions with the American Branch. She also served as amicus curiae to the International Criminal Court on the appeal of the situation regarding Afghanistan and on the Council of Advisers on the Application of the Rome Statute to Cyberwarfare.

 

Articles by this author:

Аргументи щодо створення Спеціального трибуналу для переслідування злочину агресії, вчиненого щодо України

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Nov 8th, 2022

The Case for Creating a Special Tribunal to Prosecute the Crime of Aggression Committed Against Ukraine (Part VI): On the Non-Applicability of Personal Immunities

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Nov 8th, 2022

Аргументи щодо створення Спеціального трибуналу для переслідування злочину агресії, вчиненого щодо України

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Sep 26th, 2022

The Case for Creating a Special Tribunal to Prosecute the Crime of Aggression Against Ukraine (Part III)

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Sep 26th, 2022

Необхідність перегляду юрисдикційного режиму злочину агресії

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Apr 4th, 2022

The Need to Reexamine the Crime of Aggression’s Jurisdictional Regime

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Apr 4th, 2022

Генеральна Асамблея ООН повинна рекомендувати створення трибуналу для України щодо злочину агресії: Нюрнберг – це не модель

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Mar 7th, 2022

U.N. General Assembly Should Recommend Creation Of Crime Of Aggression Tribunal For Ukraine: Nuremberg Is Not The Model

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Mar 7th, 2022

The UN’s New “Code of Conduct” for Acting in the Face of Mass Atrocities

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Nov 13th, 2015

New Paths to Accountability for Crimes in Syria and Iraq (Including ICC Jurisdiction Over Foreign Fighters)

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Nov 12th, 2014