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.
The US Crusade Against the ICC Dashes Afghan Dreams of Justice
By Sohrab Azad
For many victimized during the war, whether by the Taliban, the Afghan government, or U.S. forces, the ICC investigation was their last hope of redress.