On Feb. 25, Ukraine took steps to challenge Russia’s allegations of Ukrainian-led genocide before the International Court of Justice. What has happened since?
Jaime Luis Lopez is a J.D. Candidate at Georgetown University Law Center, where he focuses primarily on international and national security law. He has worked for the Dept. of Defense on Guantanamo Bay issues and is a member of the Georgetown Journal of International Law. Originally from Miami, FL, he received his undergraduate degrees in International Affairs and Economics from Florida State University.
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What are the extent and limits of the court’s jurisdiction over the conflict?
The reactions reflect how the world sees Russia’s actions, a perception that is relevant to both international law and policy surrounding Ukraine moving forward.