U.S. Evidence Sharing with the ICC

U.S. Evidence Sharing with the ICC

| Mar 9, 2023

U.S. Evidence Sharing with the ICC The U.S. Supreme Court often reminds our government that it must speak with one voice in the world. This is no less true within an administration than it is across the federal branches or with respect to the community of States. From...
A Plea for True U.S. Leadership in International Criminal Justice

A Plea for True U.S. Leadership in International Criminal Justice

| May 7, 2021

A Plea for True U.S. Leadership in International Criminal Justice   On April 1, 2021, the Biden administration revoked Executive Order 13928 that formed the legal basis under United States law for the Trump administration to impose financial sanctions against...
Imagining Justice for Syria

Imagining Justice for Syria

| Aug 25, 2020

Imagining Justice for Syria   The situation in Syria poses an acute—some might say existential—challenge to the international community’s commitment to justice and accountability. The conflict has been so destructive, the crime base so massive, the pool of...