Yesterday, the International Court of Justice came out with its decision on the Kulbhushan Jadav case, between India and Pakistan. I wrote about it before the judgment, with predictions on what I thought would happen. Read more!
With the disappearances of Jamal Khashoggi, the head of Interpol in China, and thousands of others across the globe, I look at ‘short-term’ disappearances and the legal interpretation catching up to this increasingly prevalent phenomenon.
A look at the request for provisional measures by UAE in the case relating to the CERD convention, currently before the International Court of Justice.
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.