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.
I explain in an interview with German public radio Deutschlandfunk Nova what war crimes are and how they can be prosecuted.
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 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.
For the Global Policy Journal, I reviewed Kyle M. Lascurettes’ book ‘Orders of Exclusion’, which provides thought-provoking insights into world history.
For The The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, I reviewed ‘Challenges of Multilateralism’ by Kathryn C. Lavelle: ‘an important and timely contribution to the study of international history and diplomacy’.
We commemorate wars and genocides, but our collective memory seems unfit to remember other catastrophes like pandemics. An essay about learning from the past.