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Dapo Akande was questioned by the UK Parliament's Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee on the laws governing treaty-making, alongside other experts in international law.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenzky has been talking recently about Russia's obligation to pay compensation for damage caused to Ukraine as a result of Russia's aggression.
A paper on COVID-19 and authoritarianism, co-authored by Jonathan Wolff with Anna Petherick, Maya Tudor and two research assistants on the Alfred Landecker Programme (David Elitzer and Katie Tyner)
Jonathan Wolff argues that the moral character of our leaders will be revealed in how they address the long-term effects of the pandemic.
Dapo Akande, Professor of Public International Law at the Blavatnik School, comments on whether Russia's actions in Ukraine constitute war crimes.
Dapo Akande is interviewed about the International Criminal Court's jurisdiction and evidence gathering process.
Dapo Akande says this challenging moment offers one glimmer of hope that the international legal system isn't under threat — but instead is proving its strength and coordinating behaviour.
Dapo Akande's comment on international law and breaking red lines included in the article.
Jonathan Wolff asks when is it morally acceptable for one person to subject another to risk in the context of the pandemic.