Guillaume Mouralis, Humboldt University of Berlin “Today is my second happiest day in government.” With these words, Donald Trump’s national security advisor, John R. Bolton, hailed the decision by the … Continue Reading Why the United States Rejects International Criminal Justice: Looking Back at Nuremberg
Journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been hit with 17 Espionage Act charges by the United States. If convicted, Assange could be sentenced to up to 170 years in … Continue Reading Amnesty International Hangs Julian Assange Out to Dry — or Possibly Just Hang
Amnesty International Issues Support For Palestinian Photojournalist Mustafa al-Kharouf, Says Israel is Violating International Law
Amnesty International has issued a statement of support for Palestinian Photojournalist Mustafa al-Kharouf who is facing deportation in violation of international law. al-Kharouf, who will be separated from his wife … Continue Reading Amnesty International Issues Support For Palestinian Photojournalist Mustafa al-Kharouf, Says Israel is Violating International Law
This article contains images some readers may find distressing. Israel was in clear violation of international law once again yesterday as it rained down airstrikes on Gaza, many of them … Continue Reading Fresh Breaches of International Law as Israel Collectively Punishes Gaza
Israeli forces have unleashed a new wave of terror on protestors in Gaza, killing two and injuring scores more. 32 of the injured are said to be children, with three … Continue Reading Israeli Slaughter of Protestors Kills 2, Injures 82 – 32 Children Amongst the Wounded
It has been revealed that the bombing campaign against Raqqa in Syria by American led forces resulted in the deaths of over 1600 civilians and the destruction of 11,000 buildings. … Continue Reading “They Were Supposed To Save Us” – U.S. and U.K. Forces Killed Over 1,600 Civilians in Raqqa, Syria
As the international community becomes increasingly concerned about misinformation and data breaches, the Russian government has announced plans to test its own, sweeping solution to the problem: disconnecting Russia from the global internet.
By Not Investigating the U.S. for War Crimes, the International Criminal Court Shows Colonialism Still Thrives in International Law
Helyeh Doutaghi, Carleton University and Jay Ramasubramanyam, Carleton University On April 5, the United States revoked the visa of the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, for her … Continue Reading By Not Investigating the U.S. for War Crimes, the International Criminal Court Shows Colonialism Still Thrives in International Law
Holly Cullen, University of Western Australia Julian Assange, the Australian cofounder of Wikileaks, was arrested on April 11 by British police at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he had … Continue Reading Explainer: What Charges Does Julian Assange Face, and What’s Likely to Happen Next?
Longread: The Links Between Jared Kushner, Likud, Rupert Murdoch and Genie Energy’s Claims on the Golan Heights’ Oil
The state of Israel is entirely dependent on the importation of its oil, with 99% of its entire supply coming from foreign sources and the country going through 247,00 barrels … Continue Reading Longread: The Links Between Jared Kushner, Likud, Rupert Murdoch and Genie Energy’s Claims on the Golan Heights’ Oil
Mark Chadwick, Nottingham Trent University The Nuremberg and Tokyo trials, convened in the aftermath of World War II, are usually identified as the start of modern international criminal law. Prosecutions … Continue Reading The Prosecution of Pirates Was a Model For Today’s System of International Justice