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    By  Sheren Khalel* Four Palestinian human rights organizations on Wednesday, September 20th submitted their fourth “substantive communication” to the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. The 700-page evidence file submitted alleges that high-level Israeli civilian and military officials have committed “war crimes and crimes against humanity” in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem. Tahseer Alayyan, ...
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    In the global community, there’s a general consent that all nations must be treated with equal respect. That’s not always the case. When the United States withdrew from the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2002, just two years after President Bill Clinton signed the Rome Statute in 2000, there was no adverse reaction from global ...
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    By Riccardo Labianco* The nerve agent, Novichok, used to attack a former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury is similar to substances such as soman or sarin used to produce chemical weapons. International law bans chemical weapons through the 1992 Chemical Weapons Convention, which requires its 192 state signatories to refrain from using, producing and ...
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    Humanitarian catastrophes in Somalia in 1993, in Rwanda in 1994 and in Srebrenica in 1995 indicates a turning point at international relations. Those grave atrocities has paved the way for United Nations General Assembly Resolution 60/1 (A/RES/60/1), adopted in 2005 regarding the principle of Responsibility to Protect (R2P). R2P represent three pillars—the responsibility to prevent, to ...
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    By Zihang Liu* With the precarious situation unfolding in the South China Sea and the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands over the past several months, the world’s attention has been drawn to China’s pivotal role of maintaining stability in the Asia-Pacific region. As China’s economic and political influence has grown in the past few decades, scholars have been analyzing ...
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    by Ellen R. Wald* Last June, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in northern Iraq set September 25 as the date for a referendum on Kurdish independence. At the time, the decision received almost no notice. Now, with September 25 less than a week away, the Iraqi government in Baghdad is scrambling to prevent the vote ...
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