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Yet, just a year ago, when the ICC issued arrest warrants for Russian President Vladimir Putin and another Russian official for alleged international crimes in the Ukraine war, US officials were full of praise for the court.
by Andrea Furger - 27/05/2024 - 2 comments
When law intrudes into the violence of war and conflict, the participants and instigators are rarely satisfied. The matter becomes even more testy when international tribunals feature.
by Binoy Kampmark - 23/05/2024 - 1 comment
Luca, 2, was born in Australia but isn't a citizen, and the government says the potential cost of his treatment is too much for taxpayers to bear.
by John Mikkelsen - 23/05/2024 - 4 comments
More than 30 years ago, Susan Strange, a key figure in developing international political economy as a scholarly discipline, asked a fundamental question: who holds power in the global system?
by Mamtimin Ala - 22/05/2024 - 5 comments
How high a body count does one need before the intention to kill is evinced?
by Binoy Kampmark - 20/05/2024 - 5 comments
Message to our politicians: If you have deluded yourself that you could ever harness the angry women's vote, take a good look at the Albanese debacle last week.
by Bettina Arndt - 9/05/2024 - 8 comments
The issue of domestic violence dominated headlines this past week, but is there more to the story?
by Graham Young - 6/05/2024 - 13 comments
Refugees have been shot for protesting over reduced food rationsvand have also been arrested for allegedly spreading misinformation about Rwanda's less than spotless human rights record.
by Binoy Kampmark - 6/05/2024
The case of intelligence community and leftist leadership giving Wikipedia a bias is serious. Wikipedia is where the young are getting their information.
by Murray Hunter - 2/05/2024 - 5 comments
Forty-two percent of prisoners in NSW jails are on remand, jailed without a trial.
by Bettina Arndt - 2/05/2024 - 6 comments
Many of the same Labor and Green members of that former Senate committee, including Senator Gallagher, that had advocated a royal commission, voted it down.
by Scott Prasser - 1/05/2024 - 1 comment
It's a mystery as to why Julie Inman Grant would attempt to ban a single blurry instance of terrorism while leaving most completely alone.
by Graham Young - 30/04/2024 - 3 comments


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