ICC Afghanistan Probe

Is Pompeo Unintentionally Helping Out the International Criminal Court?

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Mar 25th, 2020

The “Interests of Justice” at the ICC: A Continuing Mystery

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Mar 17th, 2020

Int’l Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Decision Expands Prosecutor’s Power: What to Expect Next

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Mar 6th, 2020

National Security at the United Nations This Week (Feb. 29 to Mar. 6)

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Mar 6th, 2020

ICC Holds Historic Hearing on U.S. Torture and Other Grave Crimes in Afghanistan

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Dec 23rd, 2019

Deconstructing the Int’l Criminal Court’s Decision on Afghanistan

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Apr 24th, 2019

National Security at the United Nations This Week

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Apr 12th, 2019

Amid US Attacks, Time to Reinvigorate the ICC  

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Dec 14th, 2018

Does Trump Have Legal Authority to Follow Through on John Bolton’s Threats to the Int’l Criminal Court?

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Sep 20th, 2018

Countries’ Reactions to Bolton’s Attack on the ICC

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Sep 18th, 2018

The Legal Line Crossed in Bolton’s Attack on the ICC

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Sep 17th, 2018

International Criminal Law Roundup Series: Part I

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Sep 6th, 2018

Treaty Based Limitations on the Article 12 Jurisdiction of the Int’l Criminal Court

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Apr 23rd, 2018

At a Crossroad: The Int’l Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Probe and the International Law Commission

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Apr 19th, 2018

Uncomplimentary Complementarity and the Int’l Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Probe

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Apr 12th, 2018

Official Immunity Under the Rome Statute: The Path From Principle to Practice Is Seldom Straight

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Apr 10th, 2018

Can the Int’l Criminal Court Try US Officials?–The Theory of “Delegated Jurisdiction” and Its Discontents (Part II)

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Apr 9th, 2018

Can the Int’l Criminal Court Try US Officials?–The Theory of “Delegated Jurisdiction” and Its Discontents (Part I)

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Apr 6th, 2018

Just Security’s Symposium on the ICC Afghanistan Probe and the US

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Apr 5th, 2018