Atrocities

Deportation, Detention, and Other Crimes: In Ukraine, the Past and Present of International Criminal Law Converge

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Apr 9th, 2024

The Just Security Podcast: The Starvation War Crime in Sudan and Gaza

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Apr 4th, 2024

The UK Is Failing to Recoup Ill-gotten Gains Linked to the Syrian Regime

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Apr 1st, 2024

“Famine is Setting in”: The International Court of Justice Returns to Gaza

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Mar 30th, 2024

National Security at the United Nations This Week (Mar. 25-29)

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Mar 29th, 2024

Confronting Forced Demographic Change in Northern Syria: Inclusive Justice for Sustainable Peace

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Mar 25th, 2024

Starvation is Starvation is Starvation.

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Mar 25th, 2024

Three Options for Designing a Single Residual Mechanism for Atrocity Crimes

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Mar 21st, 2024

Does the ICC Have Jurisdiction Over the Starvation War Crime in Sudan?

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Mar 19th, 2024

Legal, Political, and Administrative Considerations for Establishing a Single Residual Mechanism for Atrocity Crimes

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Mar 18th, 2024

The US Can’t Guarantee Armenia’s Security, Despite Azerbaijan’s Threats, But It Can Help

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Mar 14th, 2024

Consolidating the Aftermath of Justice – The Idea of a Single Residual Mechanism for Atrocity Crimes

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Mar 13th, 2024

Introducing the Symposium on the Creation of a Single Residual Mechanism for Atrocity Crimes

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Mar 13th, 2024

With Haiti on the Brink of Collapse, a Reckoning for US Policy on Haiti

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Mar 9th, 2024

National Security at the United Nations This Week (Mar. 4–8)

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Mar 8th, 2024

Hazara Women: How Gender and Ethnicity Intersect in the Taliban’s Repression

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Mar 7th, 2024

UN Fact-Finding Mission Should Recognize Gender Persecution in Iran

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Feb 23rd, 2024

A Zone of Silence: Obstetric Violence in Gaza and Beyond

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Feb 21st, 2024

As Senate Considers New Ambassador to Burkina Faso, Human Rights Focus Would Strengthen US Policy

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Feb 14th, 2024

How Israel Took the Terrorists’ Bait

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Feb 13th, 2024

Why the ICJ Ruling Misses the Mark: Mitigating Civilian Harm With An Enemy Engaged in Human Shielding

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Jan 29th, 2024

Finding Light in the Darkness: A Meditation on Remembrance

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Jan 27th, 2024

Signals of Support for Gender Justice in the Draft Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity

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Jan 19th, 2024

The Just Security Podcast: A Human Rights Law Returns to Spark Debate on U.S. Arms Sales

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Jan 19th, 2024

On Double Jeopardy, the ICC, and the Special Tribunal for the Crime of Aggression

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Jan 18th, 2024

Про подвійне притягнення до відповідальності, МКС та Спеціальний трибунал щодо злочину агресії

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Jan 18th, 2024

15 Years Later, Sri Lanka Continues to Deny Justice to Murdered Journalist

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Jan 12th, 2024

Success or Failure in Ukraine?

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Jan 12th, 2024

Успіх чи невдача в Україні?

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Jan 12th, 2024

Риторика Росії проти України, спрямована на винищення: підбірка

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Jan 11th, 2024

The Role of the United Nations in Atrocity Response: Limited, But Not Obsolete

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Jan 5th, 2024

A Leader is Brought to Justice 41 Years Later in Suriname

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Jan 4th, 2024

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