Tag: ICC

How Team Bush Escaped Justice Over Iraq

For 20 years the leaders of the U.S. and the U.K. have avoided criminal accountability, writes Marjorie Cohn. But just one year after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the International Criminal Court charged him with war crimes.

In Praise of ‘Whataboutism’

The word “whataboutism” is used to silence and insult opponents of U.S. imperialism. It should be embraced to reveal what is too often kept hidden, writes Margaret Kimberley.

Ugliness Defines the Mood

Political cleansing, or politicide, is the murder of activists whose deaths deflate the confidence of the masses to take on the great granite block of power, writes Vijay Prashad.