Anoush Baghdassarian

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Anoush Baghdassarian is a Harvard International Legal Studies Fellow serving as a Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court. She has her JD from Harvard Law School, a Master’s in Human Rights Studies from Columbia University, and a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Genocide Studies from Claremont McKenna College. She is Co-founder of the Rerooted Archive, documenting over 200 testimonies from Syrian-Armenian refugees who have fled Syria in the last ten years.

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International Criminal Court

Provisional Measures at the ICJ in the Cases of Armenia and Azerbaijan

In February, the International Court of Justice issued its decision ordering Azerbaijan to stop its blockade of 120,000 ethnic Armenians living in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. It’s been 116 days since the blockade and 43 days since the order, and the situation remains the same.