ICC Reluctance to Prosecute ISIS: Legitimate Jurisdictional Issue or a Lack of Institutional Backbone?

ICC Reluctance to Prosecute ISIS: Legitimate Jurisdictional Issue or a Lack of Institutional Backbone?

Jenny Elkin Vol. 38 Associate Editor The past few years have seen a dramatic rise of Islamic fundamentalism across the […]

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The ICC Accepts First Cultural Heritage Destruction Case

The ICC Accepts First Cultural Heritage Destruction Case

Amy Albanese, Vol. 37 Associate Editor For the first time in the history of the International Criminal Court at The […]

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Mother May I (Hit Back)?

Name Withheld by Request, Vol. 36 Associate Editor It seems that every day we turn on the news, another terrorist […]

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