Politics

Are Russian War Crimes Against Ukrainians Just “Grave Breaches” of the War or More than That?

A serviceman uses his mobile phone to film a destroyed Russian tank and armored vehicles, amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in Bucha, in the Kyiv region, Ukraine, on April 2, 2022. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

The sentiment at the turn of the century: “No longer will dictators or oppressive governments be able to violate the fundamental rights of their citizens (or others) with impunity. We are moving into a new and different world, though, as with all innovations, there is initial discomfort and…

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Sakshi Kharbanda, Ph.D.

Sakshi Kharbanda, Ph.D.

Learner| Researcher| Writer. Writes on Democracy, Capitalism and Inclusion. Fascinated by Mathematics and Mathematicians.