Exclusive: A new stage for Zelensky’s peace plan—the Human Rights Council
ILO further isolates Belarus
Dam collapse to be instrumentalized at the Human Rights Council
Once again, the Ukrainian war is set to dominate the session of the Human Rights Council, where a new resolution will be submitted by Kiev’s main allies in the hope of maintaining pressure over Moscow, in what is being considered a key moment of the conflict. According to diplomatic
Switzerland Faces Big Test of its Neutrality as President of the Security Council
How to Prosecute Putin
Gordon Brown | Putting PUTIN on trial for the international crime of aggression would be more straightforward than trying him for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Since the International Criminal Court has no mandate to prosecute such crimes, a special international tribunal must be formed.
Putin and Trump in the Dock?
Jack Goldsmith | The recent indictments of Russian President Vladimir Putin and former US President Donald Trump highlight the law’s growing and potentially dangerous dominion in politics. Either case could well result in far-reaching negative unintended consequences.
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