Russian missile strike on a nine-storey apartment block in Dnipro, 14 January 2023 (Photo:

Why Putin war crimes 'tribunal' will need backing of Global South

One year after Russia's assault on Ukraine, diplomats have yet to translate bold promises to defend international law into a concrete plan to hold president Vladimir Putin and his cronies accountable for the crime of aggression. As a result, the 40 civilians buried in the rubble of an apartment block in Dnipro following a Russian missile attack are unlikely to be the last of this war's victims.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is...

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