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September 30, 2022

International Law
The Case for Creating a Special Tribunal to Prosecute the Crime of Aggression Committed Against Ukraine

[Editor’s Note: This article is part of a Just Security series, Prosecuting the Crime of Aggression Against Ukraine. All articles in the series can be found here.] The prospect of creating the Spe…

October 27, 2022

International Law
Forging a Cooperative Relationship Between ICC and a Special Tribunal for Russian Aggression Against Ukraine

[Editor’s Note: This article is part of a Just Security series, Prosecuting the Crime of Aggression Against Ukraine. All articles in the series can be found here.] The proposal for a Special Tribu…

July 26, 2022

Japan
Mixed Messages From Japanese Courts on Same-Sex Marriage

The Osaka District Court ruled against the constitutionality of same-sex marriage in Japan while local government in Tokyo increased access to same-sex civil partnerships this summer.

The four plaintiffs, two men and two women, walk down a sidewalk holding a banner calling for marriage equality in Japan, followed by a small group of supporters.

March 28, 2022

International Criminal Court
The Role of the International Criminal Court

The ICC was created to bring justice to the world’s worst war criminals, but debate over the court still rages.

Judges are pictured in the courtroom during the trial of Bosco Ntaganda at the International Criminal Court.

July 6, 2022

United States
The Supreme Court’s EPA Ruling Will Delay U.S. Climate Action

The Supreme Court’s decision on the EPA also undermines Biden’s leadership in the global fight against climate change.

January 13, 2023

Cybersecurity
Cyber Week in Review: January 13, 2023

Supreme Court denies NSO petition; Biden calls for more technology regulation; Cyberespionage group targets nuclear labs; Flights grounded after computer outage; Jack Ma relinquishes control of Ant G…

Alibaba CEO Jack Ma arrives at the Tech for Good Summit in Paris, France in May 2019.

July 19, 2022

United States
What Does the Supreme Court’s Decision in West Virginia v. EPA Mean for U.S. Action on Climate?

The Supreme Court’s decision in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) limits the scope of the agency’s regulatory powers with broader implications for all federal rulemaking on clima…

Protesters Gather Outside a Coal Plant in Grant Town, WV in April, 2022.

January 13, 2022

Diplomacy and International Institutions
Virtual Roundtable: Judging China: Illiberal Legal Systems in U.S. Courts

The years following the Cold War have not seen a disappearance of illiberal regimes, but they have seen a vast growth in globalization and transnational commercial relations. Thus, U.S. courts are fa…

Play A US and a Chinese flag wave outside a commercial building in Beijing, 09 July 2007.

June 24, 2022

Women and Women's Rights
Women This Week: U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Roe v. Wade

Welcome to “Women Around the World: This Week,” a series that highlights noteworthy news related to women and U.S. foreign policy. This week’s post covers June 17 to June 24. 

Abortion rights demonstrators protest outside the United States Supreme Court as the court rules in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization abortion case, overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion decision in Washington, DC on June 24, 2022.

January 26, 2023

United States
NY Book Launch: The Bill of Obligations by Richard Haass

CFR President Richard Haass discusses his new book, The Bill of Obligations: The Ten Habits of Good Citizens, with Juju Chang.  In The Bill of Obligations, Richard Haass argues that the very idea …

Play Richard Haass raises hand while speaking at event