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ICC Makes “Dangerous Decision” to Drop Probe into U.S. War Crimes in Afghanistan After U.S. Pressure
ICC Makes “Dangerous Decision” to Drop Probe into U.S. War Crimes in Afghanistan After U.S. Pressure
April 18, 2019

A 2016 report by the ICC accused the U.S. military of torturing at least 61 prisoners in Afghanistan during the ongoing war. The report also accused the CIA of subjecting at least 27 prisoners to torture, including rape, at CIA […]

The Problem of International Law
February 13, 2019

Now, with global warming upon us and lifestyles soon to be under threat, things are going to get even messier—and messy social and economic situations are usually good news for barbarians. More than ever, we are going to need uncorrupted international laws, courts and police.

The Problem of International Law
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Did US and Allies Commit War Crime by Bombing Syria on April 14th?
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Did US and Allies Commit War Crime by Bombing Syria on April 14th?
October 13, 2018

The US and its allies have routinely committed aggression, in places such as Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen. A particular instance of it could be especially prosecutable, because the alleged ‘cause’ for the invasion could turn out to have been a provable lie.

US Launches Virulent Attack on International Criminal Court
September 12, 2018

The US is pursuing its own agenda. It has reversed its policy aimed at withdrawal from Syria and is preparing a military action to force a roll-back of Iran. The US military should not have its hands tied. Nothing should stand in the way of putting the “America First” concept into action.

US Launches Virulent Attack on International Criminal Court
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ICC Launches Probe into US Military: Monster Turns Against Creator
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ICC Launches Probe into US Military: Monster Turns Against Creator
November 26, 2017

With all the reasons to reject the jurisdiction of the ICC, the evidence of US guilt is ample. Then why doesn’t the United States launch its own investigation of the alleged crimes in Afghanistan?

The march to GLEXIT – Globalization Exit
November 25, 2016

The world, through the ballot box, is speaking out. From the British «Yes» vote on BREXIT – the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union – to the election of the anti-globalization Donald Trump as president of the United States, the world is speaking out against the homogenization of the world into a super-state of blurred and overlapping governments, cultural identities, religions, and politics…

The march to GLEXIT – Globalization Exit
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Why Russia Quit International Criminal Court
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Why Russia Quit International Criminal Court
November 19, 2016

On November 16, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree formally withdrawing Russia from the International Criminal Court (ICC). Russia is a signatory to the Rome Statute, a document that formed the basis for the establishment of the court in 2000. However, Moscow has not ratified the treaty…

US Impunity Erodes World Justice
October 26, 2016

The International Criminal Court charges only Africans with human rights crimes while granting impunity to U.S. officials and their allies, undermining what had been a noble idea of universal justice, writes Nicolas J S Davies.

US Impunity Erodes World Justice
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