Going To The ICJ: Myanmar, Genocide And Aung San Suu Kyi’s Gamble – OpEd

Credit: Eurasia Review- Published on December 4, 2019
Leaders currently in office rarely make an appearance before either the International Court of Justice or the International Criminal Court.  International law remains affixed to the notion that heads-of-state are, at least for the duration of their time in office, safe from prosecution.  Matters change once the time in office...
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Published on December 5, 2019 -  01:55
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