International Justice

The Just Security Podcast: Two Years After the Myanmar Coup

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Feb 1st, 2023

In Evaluating Immunities before a Special Tribunal for Aggression Against Ukraine, the Type of Tribunal Matters

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Feb 1st, 2023

Ending Selective Justice for the International Crime of Aggression

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Jan 31st, 2023

Just Security’s Russia–Ukraine War Archive

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Jan 31st, 2023

The Ukraine War and the Crime of Aggression: How to Fill the Gaps in the International Legal System

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Jan 23rd, 2023

The Just Security Podcast: Closing the War Crimes Impunity Gap

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Jan 20th, 2023

Forced Abortion as an International Crime: Recent Reports from Northern Nigeria

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Dec 23rd, 2022

Congress Passes Justice for Victims of War Crimes Act

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Dec 22nd, 2022

Coming Debates to Advance New Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity Will Require Skillful Leadership

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Dec 20th, 2022

The U.N. Fact-Finding Mission: An Accountability Turn for Iran?

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Dec 15th, 2022

Uniting for Uyghurs at the United Nations

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Dec 9th, 2022

How the US Can Help the Struggling Yazidi Community in Iraq

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Dec 8th, 2022

Just Security Experts Give Address at Int’l Criminal Court’s Assembly of State Parties Side Event

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Dec 7th, 2022

The Khmer Rouge Tribunal is Closing its Doors: Here’s What to Know About its Final Case

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Dec 6th, 2022

Watch This Space: Momentum Toward an International Crime of Ecocide

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Dec 5th, 2022

Just Security’s Climate Archive

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Dec 1st, 2022

New Suit Against Liberia at ECOWAS Court of Justice Seeks Accountability for Civil War-Era Massacre

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Nov 29th, 2022

The Ethiopia-Tigray Permanent Cessation of Hostilities Agreement and the Question of Accountability for International Crimes

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Nov 28th, 2022

Amid the Russia-Ukraine War, a Dutch Court Prepares to Rule on Four Suspects in the 2014 Downing of Flight MH17

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Nov 15th, 2022

Regarding Pathways of International Accountability for Violence Against Journalists

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Nov 11th, 2022

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

As Another “Never Again” Scenario Quickly Approaches in Tigray, the Biden Administration Must Hold Parties to Their Word

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Nov 3rd, 2022

Only Holding All to Account in Ethiopia Will Ensure its Survival

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Nov 3rd, 2022

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