Does the World Care About Crimes Against Humanity in Asia?
By Philip Smucker
The ICC's decision to take action against Russia's Putin is in glaring contrast to its slow or non-existent response to myriad war crimes in Asia, from the wars in Vietnam to Afghanistan to Myanmar today.
ICC Judges Approve Request to Reopen Afghanistan Probe
By Mike Corder
The court, in reopening the probe, said that authorities in Kabul have not carried out meaningful in investigations into alleged war crimes.
An Urgent Need for Justice: Expediting the International Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Investigation
By Mahir Hazim
Given the Taliban’s atrocities, past and present, there’s an urgent need for the ICC to move more quickly in the pursuit of justice.
International Criminal Court Approves Afghanistan Investigation
By Associated Press
The investigation targets the Taliban, Afghan, and U.S. forces for war crimes.
Peace, Not Justice: Questioning the Top-Down Deal in Afghanistan
By Monish Tourangbam and Neha Dwivedi
On the long road to sustainable peace in Afghanistan, is there any room for justice?
What Does the ICC Investigation Mean for Peace in Afghanistan?
By Jawad Raha
The International Criminal Court comes a step closer to investigating war crimes in Afghanistan.