Crimes Against Humanity

UN Should Suspend Sri Lanka from Peacekeeping Over Human Rights Abuses

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Mar 5th, 2021

Highlighting Sri Lanka’s Abuses to the UN in Reviews and Strategic Litigation

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Mar 4th, 2021

Sri Lanka’s Evasion of Accountability Tests the Limits of the International Human Rights System

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Mar 1st, 2021

Intersecting Religious and Gender-Based Persecution in Yazidi Genocide Case: A Request for an Extension of Charges

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Feb 24th, 2021

Emblematic Cases Expose the Long Road to Justice in Sri Lanka

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Feb 22nd, 2021

Tamils – and Justice – Can’t Wait: The Need for Decisive UN Action on Sri Lanka

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Feb 19th, 2021

US Can Restore Leadership on Human Rights by Promoting Accountability in Sri Lanka

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Feb 18th, 2021

A Catalogue of Suffering Behind the Calls for Action on Sri Lanka’s War Crimes

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Feb 12th, 2021

US Re-Engagement in UN Human Rights Council Brings Influence, Leverage, Amb. Donahoe Says

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Feb 8th, 2021

Sri Lanka’s UN Efforts to Stave Off Justice for War Crimes

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Feb 3rd, 2021

Spotlight on Sri Lanka as UN Human Rights Council Prepares Next Session

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Feb 1st, 2021

75 Years Ago at Nuremberg: Giving a Name to Crimes Against Humanity

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Nov 19th, 2020

Good Governance Paper No. 13: Atrocities Prevention and Response

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Oct 29th, 2020

Anniversary of Genocidal Attacks on Rohingya Reminds Us They Are Still at Risk

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Aug 28th, 2020

Border Justice in the Age of Pandemic

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Aug 21st, 2020

Implications of the Myanmar ICJ and ICC Cases for Non-Rohingya Minorities

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Jul 31st, 2020

U.S. and Multilateral Policy Options to Address Abuses Against Uyghurs in Xinjiang

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Jul 30th, 2020

China’s Forced Sterilization of Uyghur Women Violates Clear International Law

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Jul 29th, 2020

The Short Fuse: Autocrats, Hate Speech and Political Violence

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Jul 22nd, 2020

Systemic Racist Police Brutality Shocks the Conscience of Humanity, but is it an International Crime?

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Jul 11th, 2020

A Tale of German Global Criminal Justice: A TWAIL Perspective on the Syrian Torture Trial

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Jun 30th, 2020

Ali Kushayb’s Arrest Highlights the Other Side of the U.S.–ICC Relationship

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Jun 12th, 2020

What Counts as State Practice? The Koblenz Trial and Functional Immunity

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May 27th, 2020

A Lost Phone Brings a Female ISIS Returnee to Trial for Crimes Against Humanity

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May 22nd, 2020