The Trump administration’s full-frontal attack on the International Criminal Court (ICC) didn’t come as a surprise to anyone.
So why now, after resisting membership for more than 20 years, has Malaysia decided to join the International Criminal Court? Renee Jeffrey explains this change of heart.
Senior Myanmar military officials should face trial, Amnesty International says.
China’s fear of Asean’s call to resolve the South China Sea issue using principles of international law is akin to the attitude of the US in its dealings with the World Trade Organisation, as well as the International Criminal Court, argues Doung Bosba.
Duterte urges other nations to follow his move to quit International Criminal Court treaty.
Philippines says its withdrawal from the ICC could be “the beginning of the institution’s end”
Philippines says it is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court due to what Duterte called “outrageous” attacks.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said there is no chance of him going on trial.
Philippine police say they have adopted special measures to reduce violence.
Human rights groups pour scorn on a Myanmar military investigation into alleged atrocities against Rohingya Muslims.
The International Criminal Court rules former rebel liable for damages of €2.7 million.