How to Prove the Putin Regime’s War Crimes in Ukraine
Gleb Garanich / Reuters/Foreign Affairs
In early March, senior officials from numerous Western countries met with international prosecutors in Lviv, Ukraine, for the United for Justice conference. Among other things, they discussed establishing an international center for prosecuting the crime of aggression. For the participants, it was the first step toward holding the Russian government accountable for invading the country. The conference was opened by President Volodymyr Zelensky and included many top legal experts, including the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor, Karim Khan and U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland.
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