Monthly Archives: November 2020

U.S. Sanctions on the ICC Chief Prosecutor Undermine the Pursuit of Justice 

by Ailih Weeldreyer, Office of Public Witness Fellow During a 20th century filled with war and genocides, the United Nations created an international judicial system to hold states and individuals accountable. Within the commissioned framework, the International Criminal Court (ICC) was established as an impartial body to prosecute individuals who commit crimes against humanity, war crimes, genocide, and crimes of aggression. An international… Read more »

A Peaceful Transition of Power

After days of high anxiety and ballot counting, on November 7, 2020, former vice-president Joe Biden became the 46th President-elect of the United States of America. He received almost seventy-nine million votes, has a sizable lead in the Electoral College, and insurmountable leads in each state he won. However, President Trump refuses to accept the… Read more »