Blog Posts: Iraq

Why Can't the U.S. Just Take Iraq's Oil?

With the recent comments from a United States' Presidential Candidate claiming that the U.S. should just take Iraq's oil as we leave to help pay for financial losses in the world, the question of the legality of these proposed actions takes center stage.
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No Comments | Posted by Joseph M. Brook on Thu. October 13, 2016 11:01 AM
Categories: International Court of Justice, Iraq

ICC prosecution targets destruction of ancient religious sites

The ICC case, which follows the destruction of religious and cultural monuments in Mali, is in one sense the first of its kind.


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No Comments | Posted by Kathryn J. Hesman on Tue. October 13, 2015 2:01 PM
Categories: Africa, Insurgency, International Criminal Court, Iraq, Islamic State, Syria, Terrorism, UNESCO, United Nations

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