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The journey to justice in the international criminal court is long and complex, and the appeal to blame individuals can overlook victims’ diverse needs.

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Two NATO powers have plans to bring Putin to justice over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but a different approach offers a clearer path to prosecution.

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War attracts a certain type of tourist as Ukraine has discovered. Apart from safety issues, the legal and ethical ramifications are complex.

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If Putin is brought to justice for the crime of aggression committed in Ukraine, it may open the door for a world-first.

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Among the challenges of prosecuting Putin is getting him to physically appear in court. So, why not just start the trial, anyway? The answer lies in the law.

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It is unlikely the ICC will bring lasting justice in Ukraine, but there are many legal avenues that could help.

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The International Criminal Court moved fast on allegations of war crimes perpetrated in Ukraine, but those looking for swift justice may be disappointed.

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The ICC has recorded only a few convictions in its two decades of operation, and it continues to face numerous challenges.

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