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By not investigating the U.S. for war crimes, the International Criminal Court shows colonialism still thrives in international law

On April 5, the United States revoked the visa of the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, for her attempts to open an investigation into alleged war crimes committed by the U.S. in Afghanistan. A week later, judges at the ICC rejected Bensouda’s request to open a probe into U.S. involvement in Afghanistan.
  • Published in Justice

CUBA | War by other means- the economic blockade of Cuba

KINGSTON, Jamaica October 30, 2018 - When the majority of humanities citizens, through their representation in United Nations General Assembly, gather on October 31 2018 to vote on the resolution entitled the ‘Necessity of ending the economic commercial and financial blockade of Cuba,' it will mark a vote against ‘war by other means’, of the 58 year-old criminal economic blockade of our sister nation, in which they voted overwhelmingly for its unconditional lifting 191-2, with the USA and Israel being the ‘odd couple’ out, when vote was last taken in October 2017.
  • Published in Opinion
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