John B. Quigley


John B. Quigley, Professor Emeritus, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University, is author of The Genocide Convention: An International Law Analysis.

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Karim Khan’s Dubious Characterization of the Gaza Hostilities

In his 20 May 2024 press statement announcing his intent to seek arrest warrants for Palestinian and Israeli figures, Prosecutor Karim Khan of the International Criminal Court says, “My Office submits that the war crimes alleged in these applications were committed in the context of an international armed conflict between Israel and Palestine, and a…

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Legal Standard for Genocide Intent: An Uphill Climb for Israel in Gaza Suit

A critical issue in South Africa’s case against Israel for genocide in Gaza is the required intent to destroy a group, or at least a portion of a group. The International Court of Justice has said already that it is plausible that Israel harbored such intent. (Order, 1/26/24) If the case proceeds to the merits, the Court will…

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