On March 16, judges at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled Russia must halt military operations in Ukraine. This is the first judgment in a series of international legal disputes, with both countries alleging genocide and other crimes. IJL fellow Daniel Posthumus and Prof. Zvobgo's explainer for the The Washington Post to learn what the ICJ is, what Kyiv and Moscow are alleging, what the court has decided so far, and why it matters.
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