Are Russian hacking attacks on Ukraine infrastructure war crimes and could they be charged at the ICC? Lindsay Freeman talks us through the issues.
What’s the new international centre for the prosecution of the crime of aggression in Ukraine? Who’s behind it? What role will the US play?
Ecocide is a concept that has been brought into sharp focus with the destruction of the dam in Ukraine. What is it and how might it work at the ICC?
The potential visit by Russian president Putin to South Africa is reviving the debates about ICC member states arrest obligations, and ambivalent attitudes across Africa to the invasion of Ukraine.
Janet and Stephanie talk about the methods used by the Russian government for the transfer of Ukrainian children to the Russian Federation and what legal classifications could apply with international law scholar Yulia Ioffe and war crimes investigator Nathaniel Raymond
An ICC arrest warrant for Russia’s Vladimir Putin for war crimes in Ukraine – quick reactions.
Liechtenstein Ambassador at the UN Christian Wenaweser talk about the prosecution of the crime of aggression against Ukraine
Self-professed ICJ procedure wonk Juliette McIntyre of the University of South Australia on the slew of interventions in the Ukraine Russia genocide case at the ICJ
The Hague will be the focus for many people when it comes to accountability. At the International Court of Justice, Ukraine is asking for provisional measures against Russia – to stop the invasion – on the basis that Russia is misusing the genocide convention. Dr Melanie O’Brien of the University of Western Australia, fills us in on how that’s possible […]
Juliette McIntyre from the University of South Australia and Astrid Reisinger Coracini from Salzburg Law School give us the low down on international law issues around the Russian invasion of Ukraine
An interstate case at the ECHR between Ukraine and the Netherlands versus Russia, with Molly Quell and Isabelle Risini.
We discuss the myths and realities of Nuremberg with Diane Marie Amann and Francine Hirsch
Marieke de Hoon talks us through all the different legal avenues for getting justice for the victims of flight MH17 shot down over Ukraine in 2014