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The Law of Immunity and the Prosecution of the Head of State of the Russian Federation for International Crimes in the War against Ukraine

The debate on how to prosecute the international crimes linked to the aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine is ongoing (for example, here, here and…

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A Brechtian Way of Mooting

This year, international legal education reached a (cinematic) milestone. The documentary film African Moot (Shameela Seedat, African Moot, 2022) was showcased at the international documentary festival HotDoc…

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Aggression against Ukraine: Avenues for Accountability for Core Crimes

The unprovoked attack by Russia against Ukraine should be qualified as a crime against peace, or the crime of aggression, as defined in Article 6(a) of the…

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UN Security Council Referrals to the ICC and the Principle of Legality

Introduction On 1 November 2021, the Appeals Chamber (AC) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) rendered an interesting judgment relating to a jurisdictional challenge brought…

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Announcements: Junior Scholar Conference; NUS Centre for International Law Vacancy; Existential Risks to Bosnia-Herzegovina; CfP Austrian Review of International and European Law; IFHV Bochum Conference; Mainstreaming Biodiversity Conference; Immunity Before the ICC; New York University Fellowships

1. Between National and International – Contemporary Challenges and Prospects Junior Scholar Conference. The Union University Belgrade Faculty of Law, under the auspices of its International and…

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The International Criminal Court Independent Expert Review: questions of accountability and culture

The Independent Expert Review of the International Criminal Court commissioned by the ICC Assembly of State Parties (ASP) reported on 30 September 2020.* (Final report…

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Is the International Criminal Court destined to pick fights with non-state parties?

There have been reports of a communication to the International Criminal Court alleging that the treatment of Uighurs in Xinjiang by Chinese authorities constitute international crimes within…

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What are the Riyadh Agreements?

The ruction between Qatar and the Quartet (Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Bahrain) recently passed the three-year mark. Yet for a dispute that spawned…

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Multiple Avenues for State Cooperation with the International Criminal Court – Part Two

Yesterday’s post (see here) discussed witness protection and the release of temporarily or permanently acquitted defendants as potential avenues for State cooperation with the ICC. Today’s…

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Most Read Posts in 2019

Happy New Year to our readers! We wish you a wonderful 2020 and thank you for reading the blog in 2019. Below is a list of the 20…

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