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Countering impunity for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine: Visegrad contribution
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The COVID-19 pandemic has severely constrained Lebanon and its people who were already dealing with the aftershocks of the economic collapse and the consequent countrywide protests.
Is Japan Setting a Devastating Precedent: Fukushima Water Discharge Plan and Gross Violation of Human Rights and International Laws
Japan has sparked a global debate with its recent announcement that it will begin releasing treated radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean.
Given the recurring pattern of ethnic violence against the Tigrayan population, the risk of mass atrocities amounting to genocide could be imminent.
The debate concerning transitional justice reveals much disagreement about the relationship between peace and justice.
The 2020 Presidential election in Belarus was one of those events that shook geopolitical reality in eastern Europe and slowed down the rising cooperation between Belarus and the EU, including V4.
On 18 March, Viktor Orbán announced its Fidesz party was leaving the European People’s Party. This follows years of conflict between the EU and Hungary over the rule of law.