An Afghan soldier convicted of murdering three Australian soldiers is among six prisoners who could be released as part of a peace deal between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
The court prosecutes genocide, torture and grave wartime abuses worldwide. Trump's executive order imposes on its lawyers and judges the kind of sanctions usually used on foreign terrorists.
A proposed piece of legislation makes it easier for troops to evade prosecution for wrongdoing.
When an atrocity is committed in war — and the army fails to respond — it is due to a moral failure of command. It's time for the army to show the same courage as those veterans who have spoken out.
The court's decision has wider implications for international criminal law.
There is no responsibility to protect people from pandemics – but the world must still safeguard those at risk of mass atrocities.
There are many hurdles to a successful prosecution of individuals accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity. But trying to seek justice is not a futile exercise.
Ousted president Omar al-Bashir could face the International Criminal Court for his role in Sudan's clampdown on the non-Arab people of Darfur.
With the ICC facing intense criticism and scrutiny, its member states have met to create a plan to improve the court's standing and performance.
No 'blue wall of silence:' A military lawyer explains why the US armed forces take accountability and justice seriously.
Gotabaya Rajapaksa is the frontrunner in the presidential election. He was defence secretary during his brother Mahinda's presidency when the government is accused of numerous wartime atrocities.
US agreements with Germany, France, Switzerland and Austria provide reparations to WWII victims. But an international law scholar writes that the US has failed to address war crimes in Asia.
The recent acquittals should be seen as a vindication of the ICC as an independent and impartial judicial institution.
The volatile conditions in the Central African Republic make the administration of justice difficult.
Controversy around Winnie Madikizela-Mandela continues in death as it did in life.
The ICC is meant to be a Court of last resort, to ensure justice for victims and to end impunity. It's not living up to these promises.
For decades, international law did not allow one country to attack another that was using chemical weapons on its own people without UN approval. That’s changed, which means trouble for Syria.
A potentially historic ruling on genocide by a tribunal in Cambodia on Friday could unsettle understandings of the past among Cambodians - and create a precedent in international law.
Mechanisms to keep users safe from violent content may pose serious problems for international justice.
When it comes to preventing air strikes on civilians, the law of the arms trade is clear. Why is it so hard for countries to observe it?