In a new show on Youtube, I spoke about the crime of aggression and plans to establish a tribunal for the war in Ukraine.
In a television interview with BBC World News, I commented on international law violations, 50 days after Russia invaded Ukraine.
For the leading Dutch daily De Volkskrant, I wrote an op-ed on the need to conduct war crimes investigations in Ukraine now – even when the prosecution of perpetrators seems unlikely.
In an interview with the German national public radio ARD, I explain how international law applies to the conflict in Ukraine.
In an essay for the liberal Dutch weekly De Groene Amsterdammer, I analyse why Europe seems to be so indifferent about a military escalation in Ukraine.
In an op-ed for The New Humanitarian, we argue persons with disabilities should receive more attention and protection when a crisis or conflict breaks out.
I spoke at a conference in Brussels on the lessons from the Nuremberg war crimes trials – 75 years after the verdicts.
We commemorate wars and genocides, but our collective memory seems unfit to remember other catastrophes like pandemics. An essay about learning from the past.
In a new book chapter I co-authored, I examine the roles and responsibilities of the media in the portrayal of victims of wartime sexual violence.
‘Such sensibility is the sensibility of a lady who faints when she sees a calf being killed’ (Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace). My piece for Dutch daily Trouw.