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.
Six years after the genocide against the Yezidi minority in Iraq, media attention and political willingness to act is waining. Why?