International Court of Justice

  Suddenly it’s possible — indeed, all too easy — to imagine one man starting a nuclear war. What’s a little harder to imagine
In 2012, the bin Ali Jaber family gathered in Khashamir, Yemen, for a wedding celebration. Ahmed Salem bin Ali Jaber (Salem
By Brian Grodsky, University of Maryland, Baltimore County The Bosnian war started 25 years ago today. Although bombs ceased
Calling the killing research ducks moratorium on commercial hunts, rights groups say.
Wakana Mukai, University of Tokyo Even though nuclear powers and countries that fall under their security umbrella are expected
By Merve Demirel A new Chinese cruise liner has started taking hundreds of Chinese tourists to the disputed areas in the
Donald Trump is a man who defines himself by the number of norms he violates, according to Michael D’Antonio, the author
Gen. Kagame and Gen. Museveni installed Laurent Kabila as president. When Kabila tried to exert his independence from his
Huh? And the Republic of the Marshall Islands has lost its case in the International Court of Justice. On a technicality
Enough whales have died. The motion censures Japan's "scientific research" whaling, which Japan uses to evade the international
The ruling raises a host of questions - for China, for the Philippines (which brought the action against China to the PCA), and for the other nations bordering the South China Sea, which also have ongoing disputes with Beijing on the same subject.
On June 14th, the House of Commons was the scene of a remarkable debate. The opposition had tabled a motion declaring atrocities by the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) against Iraqi Christians, Yazidis, Shia, and other minorities as "genocide".