Putin between the devil, the detail, and the ICC

What has gone missing in the 'fog of law' is any serious discussion of what it might mean to arrest a president in the middle of a war

30 April 2023 - 00:00 By CHRISTOPHER GEVERS

In 1885 one of the first issues of what would become the South African Law Journal declared: “In this Colony ... no lawyer can afford to be without a sound acquaintance with ... international law.” ..

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