International Criminal Law

Incorporating Digital Technology in the Investigation of International Crimes: Lessons from the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Oct 14th, 2021

Why Religious Persecution Justifies U.S. Legislation on Crimes Against Humanity

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Oct 6th, 2021

The Draft Convention on Crimes Against Humanity Should Enshrine the Highest Standards of International Law

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Oct 4th, 2021

Expanding Justice for Gender-Based Crimes with a Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity

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Sep 29th, 2021

The Relay Race of Defining Crimes Against Humanity – From the International Tribunals to the Draft Articles

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Sep 27th, 2021

Impact-Based Jurisdiction and Crimes Against Humanity Statutes Are Needed for Effective Accountability

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Sep 23rd, 2021

Crimes of Omission: Why a UN Treaty on Genocide but Not on Crimes Against Humanity?

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Sep 21st, 2021

Striking the Right Balance for a Draft Convention on Crimes against Humanity

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Sep 17th, 2021

As the Draft Crimes Against Humanity Treaty Moves Forward, a View on How It Relates to the Rome Statute for the ICC

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Sep 15th, 2021

Towards a New Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity: Next Steps

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Sep 13th, 2021

To Strengthen the ICC Office of the Prosecutor, Karim Khan is On the Right Path

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Aug 25th, 2021

Evidence Destruction and the Crisis In Afghanistan

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Aug 20th, 2021

The Mladić Appeal Judgment and the Enduring Legacy of the Hague Tribunals

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Jun 28th, 2021

Beyond the Coup in Myanmar: A Crisis Born from Impunity

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May 18th, 2021

The ICC Ntaganda Appeals Judgment: The End of Indirect Co-perpetration?

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May 14th, 2021

A Drop in the Ocean: A Preliminary Assessment of the Koblenz Trial on Syrian Torture

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Apr 22nd, 2021

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