Russian President Putin faces war crimes arrest warrant by ICC
U.S. · WORLD · POLITICS
March 17, 20233 min read539 words
Published: March 17, 2023  |  3 min read539 words
The International Criminal Court charged Putin with unlawful deportation and transfer of children. The International Criminal Court announced Friday it issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for crimes committed in Russia’s war against Ukraine. The ICC accu...
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Mar 17
The article is brief but the video included does well to recap the latest ICC decision. The question and concern I was left with, which this piece did not address, is that if the "abduction" of children is a war crime, is the killing of these children within Ukraine not a war crime and would a judgement such as this not then incentivize Russian military to kill the children next time rather than move them into their territory? I wish the author had addressed this potential reaction.
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