Nuremberg

The Best Path for Accountability for the Crime of Aggression Under Ukrainian and International Law

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Apr 11th, 2022

Найкращий шлях до відповідальності за злочин агресії за українським та міжнародним правом

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Apr 11th, 2022

Как Советский Союз помог установить преступление агрессивной войны

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Mar 25th, 2022

Положення щодо лідерства у злочині агресії та його статус у міжнародному звичаєвому праві

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Mar 17th, 2022

The Leadership Clause in the Crime of Aggression and Its Customary International Law Status

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Mar 17th, 2022

Як Радянський Союз допоміг закріпити концепцію злочину агресивної війни

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Mar 9th, 2022

How the Soviet Union Helped Establish the Crime of Aggressive War

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Mar 9th, 2022

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

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Sep 27th, 2021

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

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Sep 21st, 2021

Nuremberg Prosecutor says Guantanamo Military Commissions Don’t Measure Up

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Aug 24th, 2021

Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: No Safe Harbor for Enablers of Child Slavery – Secondary Liability and the ATS

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Nov 25th, 2020

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

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Nov 19th, 2020

ICC Judge Schmitt Counsels Resilience to Preserve International Justice

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Feb 13th, 2019

What the Law of Military Obedience Can (and Can’t) Do–What Happens if a President’s Orders are Unlawful?

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May 4th, 2018

Crime of Aggression Activated at the ICC: Does it Matter?

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Dec 19th, 2017

Understanding Complicity: When the US Makes a “Substantial Contribution” to War Crimes Committed by Foreign Partners

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Jan 26th, 2017