Category: International Law

Robert Fisk: If Obama can Win Nobel Peace Prize, Why Not IDF?

One of Netanyahu’s most trusted advisers thinks Israel should be awarded for its ‘unimaginable restraint’

Airin Bahmani: The Greatest Threat to World Peace?

A quarter of the world’s population sees the United States as the greatest threat to world peace

Marjorie Cohn: US Leaders Aid and Abet Israeli War Crimes

Genocide and crimes against humanity

Sami Ramadani: US Intervention Is Not Humanitarian and Will Not Protect the People of Iraq

Here we go again, the US is using a humanitarian catastrophe to implement imperialist objectives and pour petrol on fire

Stephen R. Shalom: Michael Walzer’s Defense of Israel’s Crimes

A war that could be avoided by ending an illegal occupation and an illegal blockade cannot be a just war

Ilan Pappe: Who Bears Responsibility for Civilian Deaths in Gaza?

Israeli scholar and historian Ilan Pappe argues the media’s demonization of Hamas provides Israel cover for continuing its siege and occupation of Palestinian territories

Shamus Cooke: How Obama is a Direct Accomplice to Israeli War Crimes

This ongoing bloody dynamic continues in large part because the U.S. government allows it

Joe Emersberger: When will the UN pay for its crimes in Haiti? When will anyone?

Since 2010 the UN has been dodging responsibility for a cholera outbreak that has killed 8,500 Haitians and sickened more than 700,000

Airin Bahmani: Eu Flouts The 1951 Refugee Convention

Sometimes the deaths of migrants trying to make their way to Europe make headlines, sometimes they don’t

Richard Falk: Prosecuting Syrians for War Crimes Now

There is a serious question as to whether it is appropriate to use the ICC to gather evidence and prepare an indictment in circumstances where prospects of prosecution are remote and an ongoing struggle for control of the Syrian state remains unresolved

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