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International Law and Justice: Navigating Fragmented Global Realities

BySamantha Johnson

Mar 29, 2024
International Law and Justice: Navigating Fragmented Global Realities

The ongoing wars in Ukraine and Gaza have sparked discussions surrounding international law and justice in everyday conversations. These conflicts are complex and controversial, touching on issues such as territorial claims, the use of force, the accountability of wrongdoers through international courts like the International Criminal Court and the International Court of Justice, and the nuances of international humanitarian law.

In this week’s episode, Mark Leonard hosts ECFR senior policy fellow Anthony Dworkin to delve into the role of international law and justice in a world that seems increasingly divided. Questions arise regarding the limits of international law, accusations of Western double standards, and the potential for international law to bring about justice in conflicts like those in Ukraine and Gaza, as well as in other parts of the world.

Recorded on 13 March 2024, this episode explores these pressing issues and considers the importance of international law in addressing global conflicts. Looking at the bookshelf, viewers are encouraged to read “Equality: The History of an Elusive Idea” by Darrin M. McMahon, which offers insights into the concept of equality throughout history.

By Samantha Johnson

As a content writer at newszkz.com, I delve into the realms of storytelling, blending words to paint vivid narratives that captivate and inform our readers. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for research, I craft compelling articles that resonate with our audience. My love for words drives me to explore diverse topics, ensuring that each piece I create not only educates but also entertains. Join me on this journey as we navigate the ever-evolving landscapes of news and knowledge together.

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