A post on the recent airstrike on a migrant detention centre on 3 July, and the role of the EU in facilitating detention in Libya.
An increasingly hostile environment towards migrants is manifested in prosecuting those who provide aid - either as volunteers, or as part of humanitarian organizations - in Europe and the U.S. A brief look at this trend and the legal implications.
The withdrawal of the Philippines from the International Criminal Court is being challenged before the Philippine Supreme Court. Attending the hearings have given me an insight into the way the case may proceed - here are my reflections on issues of international law and domestic law - and a prediction about the case.
This blog post relates to the blistering attack on the International Criminal Court (ICC) by John Bolton, including threats to sanction and prosecute its personnel. The court definitely is a work in progress, and is far from perfect, but is a vital institution in the fight against impunity. John Bolton's arguments must be addressed - and then rejected, using the opportunity to reflect on the court while doing so.