International Court of Justice

A “new era of co-operation and partnership” - the words of the Prime Minister about the future of Britain’s foreign relations
A “new era of co-operation and partnership” - the words of the Prime Minister about the future of Britain’s foreign relations
The UK will not have a judge on the bench of the International Court of Justice for the first time in its 71-year history
'It is an obscene cruelty in the name of science that must end.'
A Japanese whaling fleet has returned to port after killing more than 300 minke whales in its annual Antarctic hunt.  The
Japan's "scientific" Antarctic whaling programme is commercial whaling in disguise, and should be banned, the UN International
The time has come for the role of international courts to evolve and take a greater part. Our own governments must facilitate and demand this. And respond to humanitarian need. If the question is 'are we our brother's keeper?' the answer must be a resounding 'yes'.
A Kenyan lawyer is seeking to overturn the "unlawful" conviction and crucifixion of Jesus Christ, 2,000 years ago. Dola Indidis