A professor of international criminal law says violence in American schools "is significant enough in scale and kind" to violate international laws.
A massive scorched-earth campaign is underway in northwest Myanmar. Reports of massacres and images of smoke billowing from houses are shocking social media.
In the international abortion landscape, the extreme permissiveness of U.S. abortion laws is decidedly an outlier.
There is a clearly applicable international agreement that directly addresses the vaccine issue—the Oslo Accords.
Thousands of political prisoners were massacred in Iran in 1988 in mass executions—and the perpetrators are still free and serving the regime today.
Whether the ICC decides to investigate Venezuela could determine its future.
The World Health Organization estimates that 50 percent of the 550 health facilities in Syria have been damaged, destroyed or closed due to conflict.
Israel, and the world, must cease all "pay-for-slay" payments to fund terrorism.
Israel claims the areas it covets weren't sovereign territory before the War of 1967, that this war was "defensive", and that the British mandate of Palestine afforded national rights to Jews alone. None of this actually matters.
Talk about Israel's possible "annexation" of portions of Judea and Samaria is legally misguided.
The European Union is hypocritical in its appeals to international law concerns.
Military conflicts now last for longer and take place in densely populated cities, among a huge variety of state and non-state actors. Idlib is an avatar for the Age of Impunity. The old models no longer apply.
Benjamin B. Ferencz, 99, said he "cannot stay silent" on what he termed the "murder" of the influential Iranian commander.
Both the U.S. and Iran have justified recent military action as self-defense, but neither has provided evidence to prove it.
Andrew Napolitano noted that the decision also went counter to executive orders from two previous Republican presidents.
The Israeli government and right-wing NGOs have sought to suppress the pro-Palestinian boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo praised the "heroic protest movement" that was crushed by Chinese troops in 1989.
Trump's plans may violate international law and spark an intelligence rift.
In a statement, the U.N. experts urged the Trump administration to protect people fleeing war and persecution.
Greece hopes that forging new strategic global alliances will help to win back Elgin marbles, currently on display in the British Museum.
The U.N. chief criticized Israel's settlement activities as "provocative acts."