Aleksandr Podrabinek: A Step Forwards

19 May 2022 by Aleksandr Podrabinek Source: Vot-tak.tv A bill is being drafted in the US Senate which will give American courts the right to try war crimes committed abroad,…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Philip Leach, Professor of Human Rights Law at Middlesex University

Mary Page talks with Philip Leach, Professor of Human Rights Law at Middlesex University and an attorney - solicitor in UK parlance. Until February this year he was Director of…

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Kirill Koroteev on the principle of ‘universal jurisdiction’ well-known in many European countries, including Russia

9 March 2022 by Pavel Chikov, with Kirill Koroteev Source: Pavel Chikov, Telegram   Spain and Germany have launched criminal investigations into the actions of the Russian army in Ukraine  On…

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Kirill Koroteev on the Ukraine v Russia hearings before the International Court of Justice

7 March 2022 by Kirill Koroteev, head of international practice at Agora International Human Rights Group Source Pavel Chikov, Telegram The International Court of Justice in The Hague is now…

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Kirill Koroteev on international legal proceedings and the armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine

7 March 2022 by Kirill Koroteev, head of international practice at Agora International Human Rights Group Source: Pavel Chikov, Telegram In connection with the international armed conflict between Russia and…

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Legal Case of the Week: Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says reasonable grounds for believing war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Ukraine.

Week-ending 18 December 2020 Photo: Wikipedia The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, has found reasonable grounds for believing war crimes and crimes against humanity have been 'committed…

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