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War Crimes and War Criminals: Who Will Be Held Accountable?
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War Crimes and War Criminals: Who Will Be Held Accountable?
July 23, 2020

There is something unique about how the United States manipulates the “terrorism” label to avoid being accused of carrying out war crimes.

Trump Is Trying to Hide U.S. and Israeli War Crimes by Attacking the International Criminal Court
July 13, 2020

A war crimes complainthas been filed against Donald Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Trump adviser Jared Kushner in the International Criminal Court (ICC). It is now up to the ICC’s Office of the Prosecutor to decide whether the complaint should be pursued.

Trump Is Trying to Hide U.S. and Israeli War Crimes by Attacking the International Criminal Court
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Operating Outside the Rule of Law: Washington Pressures International Criminal Court
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Operating Outside the Rule of Law: Washington Pressures International Criminal Court
June 4, 2020

There is apparently no limit to what the United States and Israel can get away with without any consequences.

Something About Julian Assange You Should Know
May 13, 2020

It is not just our family who suffers from the infringement of Julian’s rights. If our family and Julian’s lawyers are not off-limits, then nothing is. The person responsible for allegedly ordering the theft of Gabriel’s DNA is Mike Pompeo, who last month threatened the family members of lawyers working at the International Criminal Court.

Something About Julian Assange You Should Know
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Will the ICC Prosecute Perpetrators of the ‘War on Terror’?
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Will the ICC Prosecute Perpetrators of the ‘War on Terror’?
November 30, 2019

The “war on terror” has been characterised by two main factors – perpetual aggression and extended impunity for the perpetrators, Ramona Wadi writes.

How to Commit War Crimes and Get Away With It
November 29, 2019

No soldier should be above the law. Nor should those who sent the soldiers into battle. None of these inquiries asks that more fundamental question.

How to Commit War Crimes and Get Away With It
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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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