Demyan Plakhov investigates the ramifications of African nations wanting to withdraw from the ICC.
What are the challenges associated with upholding the rules of war in armed conflicts? Sabrina Natale analyzes Canada’s role in combatting illegal war tactics and upholding the rules of war, and what roles non-state actors play in addressing contemporary war crimes.
Jacqueline Hicks examines the Yazidi people’s fight for justice two years after ISIS began its systemic slaughter of the ethno-religious group in August 2014.
When is a child soldier no longer a child? Farah Bogani explores the complexities of agency and what it means to achieve justice from former-child-soldier-turned-LRA-commander Dominic Ongwen’s trial at the ICC.
Claudia Nieroda discusses the International Criminal Court’s lack of power behind prosecuting ISIS.
Demyan Plakhov discusses how far the ICC has come.
Demyan Plakhov examines the Ongwen Trial.
Genevieve Zingg examines the legitimacy and effectiveness of international humanitarian law in light of the Kunduz airstrike.
Malcolm McEachern discusses South Africa’s failure to arrest Omar al-Bashir after he attended an African Union meeting in South Africa, and what this means for the ICC.
Our insider at the United Nations, Gus Constantinou, writes about the implications of Palestine’s”non-member state” status and the possibility of International Criminal Court prosecutions.