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Putin won’t end up at The Hague – but war-crimes prosecutions of Russia still matter

Three weeks into Russia’s invasion, Ukraine is fighting back — in the streets but also in the courtroom. Three international courts (the International Court of Justice, International Criminal Court, and European Court of Human Rights) are investigating Russia's conduct. Read IJL fellow Nathaniel Liu and Prof. Zvobgo's explainer for The Washington Post, which discusses the cases, possible judgements, and likely consequences.


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