Historically, efforts to establish accountability for international atrocities have been a mixed success. Can Ukraine be different?
It’s now clear that Moscow never intended to support self-determination.
After a recent flurry of diplomacy, Yerevan and Baku seem closer than ever to attaining normalisation.
New escalation threatens the outlook for engagement, despite the clear benefits for both sides.
Despite Russia’s consistent refusal to comply with ECtHR decisions, we cannot afford to abandon this means of accountability.
World must learn lessons from previous processes to ensure accountability – or risk facilitating future conflicts.
Organisation allowed fog of war to obscure legal context of active conflict.
The international community needs to take steps over latest human rights outrage if it wants to retain any regional influence or authority.
Current policy is clearly failing to disrupt Moscow’s predatory plans.
The plan to allow third-country nationals to cross is seen as the next step towards full normalisation between the two neighbours.