War Crimes

Україна може стати поворотним моментом у документуванні воєнних злочинів

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Mar 28th, 2022

中国向俄罗斯提供军事援助违反国际法的根据所在

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Mar 17th, 2022

Чому надання Китаєм військової допомоги Росії порушуватиме міжнародне право

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Mar 17th, 2022

Why China Giving Military Assistance to Russia Would Violate International Law

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Mar 17th, 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

Model Indictment for Crime of Aggression Against Ukraine: Prosecutor v. President Vladimir Putin

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Mar 14th, 2022

З початком роботи МКС, російські солдати мають повернутись додому

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Mar 4th, 2022

With the Int’l Criminal Court Going In, Russian Soldiers Should Go Home

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Mar 4th, 2022

Russia’s “Occupation by Proxy” of Eastern Ukraine – Implications Under the Geneva Conventions

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Feb 22nd, 2022

La France n’est pas un havre de paix pour les auteurs de violations des droits de l’homme, malgré l’avis de la Haute Cour

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Feb 4th, 2022

A German Sentence of Life Imprisonment for Crimes Against Humanity – A Small Measure of Justice for Syria

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Jan 14th, 2022

France Is Not a Safe Haven for Human Rights Abusers – Despite High Court Opinion

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Dec 9th, 2021

Preliminary but Necessary: The Question of the Applicability of the Notion of Apartheid to Occupied Territory

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Dec 2nd, 2021

Uncertain Future for the ICC’s Investigation into the CIA Torture Program

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Nov 12th, 2021

The Tigray Conflict at One Year: Ethiopia’s Descent into Famine and Civil War

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Nov 4th, 2021

It’s Time To Revisit the United States’ Evolving Posture Toward the Use of Child Soldiers

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Oct 21st, 2021

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

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Oct 14th, 2021

Historic Judgment in Liberian Massacre Case Advances US Law

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Oct 11th, 2021

How the UN General Assembly Can Respond to Atrocity Crimes at Its 76th Session

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Sep 14th, 2021

Famine in Tigray, Humanitarian Access, and the War Crime of Starvation

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Jul 26th, 2021

Japan Cannot Claim Sovereign Immunity and Also Insist that WWII Sexual Slavery was Private Contractual Acts

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Jul 20th, 2021

As Troops Withdraw from Afghanistan, the UN Needs to Act

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Jul 7th, 2021

With Deliberate Famine Threatening Millions, Tigray Demands Greater Action from the US

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Jun 21st, 2021

The US Should Respect the ICC’s Founding Mandate

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May 19th, 2021

Recognizing the Armenian Genocide Marks a Historic Turning Point in American Foreign Policy

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Apr 25th, 2021

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

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Apr 22nd, 2021

On Functional Immunity of Foreign Officials and Crimes under International Law

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Mar 31st, 2021

UN Human Rights Council Outlines Sri Lanka Abuses, But Demurs on Action

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Mar 26th, 2021

When War Criminals Run the Government: Not Too Late for the International Community to Vet Sri Lankan Officials

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Mar 16th, 2021

Why We Prosecute Wartime Misconduct

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Mar 10th, 2021

UN Should Suspend Sri Lanka from Peacekeeping Over Human Rights Abuses

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Mar 5th, 2021

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