In an interview with the BBC today, I spoke about the diplomatic and legal impact of a potential membership of Sudan of the International Criminal Court.
The UN Special Tribunal for Lebanon is forced to close due to a shortfall in funding. In an interview with Foreign Policy magazine, I explain that the sudden closure of the court raises many questions.
Following the US administration’s recognition of the genocide against the Uyghur minority in China, the government, businesses, and the international community need to take concrete steps.
I wrote for Legal Tribune Online (LTO), Germany’s leading online magazine for lawyers, about the Dutch initiative to hold Syria accountable.
For JusticeInfo I provided some legal and diplomatic context on the decision of the Dutch government to hold the Syrian state accountable for torture.
I commented on the upcoming verdict of the Lebanon tribunal in an analysis of international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW).
In a piece for the IPG Journal, I explain the reasons underlying the decision of the US to authorise sanctions on the International Criminal Court (ICC).
In a blog post for the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, I explore how non-human beings and the environment can be better protected in war.
At the first workshop on Gender, Nature and Peace at the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security in London, I spoke about strategies for the protection of the environment in war.