The International Criminal Court (ICC) has launched an investigation into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The investigation has been backed by an unprecedented number of countries. Karim Khan, the chief prosecutor for the ICC, has committed to staring the investigation as soon as possible. What can we expect to be the outcome of the investigation, and do Western countries have the power to actually prosecute responsible individuals?
To answer some of these questions, we will also look back into the Yugoslav wars – and the practices adopted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY).
The Henry Jackson Society is pleased to gather a panel of world experts to discuss these issues.