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    Netanyahu’s Escalation: Why Bibi’s Two-State Rebuke Promises More Violence

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  • Pete Souza; Wikimedia; RIA Novosti; Korea.net

    After 3 Years, Where is Syria Headed?

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    Remembering the Srebrenica Massacre, 1995

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  • Associated Press

    Why Was Blackwater in China?

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  • EPA

    U.S. Shift on ICC and Syria Gives Hope but Skeptics Remain

  • A family uprooted by the violence in Central African Republic living out of a plane at the Bangui International Airport. Photo: S. Phelps

    An Overlooked Crisis in the Central African Republic

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  • Civilians seek refuge in a United Nations compound in Bor. Hailemichael Gebrekrstos/UN

    Africa has a History of Irrational Borders

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  • A Free Syrian Army fighter holds his weapon during clashes against Syrian Army soldiers in Saif Al Dawla district, Aleppo, Syria, 15 March 2013.  EPA

    Human Rights Watch: Syrian Rebels Executed Civilians

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  • Accused: Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto in the dock at the ICC. ICC-CPI

    Is the ICC Guilty of Hunting Africans?

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  • Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers in South Sudan.  Hannah McNeish/IRIN

    Peace in the Sudans: The U.S. Needs it as Much as the Sudanese

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  • Free Syrian Army fighter Mohammad Jaffar patrols a street in Bustan Al Basha, one of Aleppo’s most volatile front lines, Oct. 22, 2012. Sebastiano Tomada/Sipa USA

    Syria: The World’s Next Genocide

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  • President Barack Obama chairs a United Nations Security Council meeting at U.N. Headquarters in New York, N.Y., Sept. 24, 2009. Pete Souza/White House

    Would an ICC Referral Help End the Violence in Syria?

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  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressing the United Nations.  J Carrier/UN

    The Role of the ICC in the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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  • The conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza is far from over. Ali Ali/EPA

    Gaza Ceasefire Leaves Unclear Picture of the Prospect for Peace

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  • UN Peacekeepers patrol Bunagana in North Kivu province. Sylvain Liechti/UN

    M23, North Kivu and why Rwanda’s Donors Might Hold the Key to Peace

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  • President Barack Obama talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel as they walk from the Oval Office to the South Lawn Drive of the White House, following their meetings, May 20, 2011. White House/Pete Souza

    Is Israel Prepared to Go Too Far to Prevent Palestinian Non-Member Status at the UN?

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  • Is the ICC Overstepping its Mandate in Libya?

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  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaking from Ecuador's embassy.  Snapperjack/Flickr

    Diplomatic Showdown over Assange

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  • Eritrea’s Regional Relations

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  • Indian peacekeepers with MONUSCO.  Sylvain Liechti/UN

    How UN Peacekeeping in the Eastern DRC Blurs the Line

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  • Liberia's former president, Charles Taylor. Photo: Peter Dejong

    Opening the Other Eye: Charles Taylor and Selective Criminal Accountability

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  • The International Criminal Court in The Hague has roughly 700 employees and a budget over the past decade of several hundred million euros. Source: The Guardian

    International Criminal Court: Successes and Failures of the Past and Goals for the Future

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  • Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

    Grasping the Syrian Quagmire

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  • America, Iran and An Unashamedly Interventionist Secretary of State

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  • Associated Press

    Serbia’s Prospects for EU Membership

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  • The International Criminal Court's Luis Moreno-Ocampo during a press conference.  Eskinder Debebe/UN

    Selective Justice, the ICC and Africa

  • President Barack Obama faces few workable options in Syria as the bloodshed continues unabated.  Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

    Obama’s ‘Lead from Behind’ Strategy in Syria

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  • Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic (far left).  SIPA/REX

    Serbia After the Arrest of Ratko Mladic

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  • Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Defense Secretary Robert Gates, testify at a House Armed Services Committee hearing on operations in Libya

    Options for the Use of Force in Libya

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