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Violations of international humanitarian law and human rights by Israel in Gaza have been documented in numerous reports by organisations affiliated to the UN as well as independent human rights groups. The International Criminal Court is the authoritative body to investigate possible crimes by Israel and hold the culpable parties accountable. What is its mandate?

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The worst victims in Israel’s war in Gaza have been civilians. Laws to protect those who are not participating in hostilities have been ignored by both sides, leading to a tragedy of immense proportions

Toothless Sentinels

As Israel keeps bombing the hapless Palestinian population, high profile international bodies, such as the International Criminal Court and even the UN Security Council and the UN in general, have come up short. If they are so ineffective, why are they needed at all?

Many Shades of IsraelR...

According to Israeli media by Day 6 of the attack, at least 1,300 Israelis have been killed and over 7,400 people in all wounded. The Gaza Health Ministry said 447 children and 248 women were among the 1,417 Palestinians killed by Israel Defence Forces. The IDF said it is holding 1,500 bodies of militants. And the body count is likely to grow as the end of war is nowhere in sight. Over 3,30,000 people in Gaza have been forced to flee their homes after Israel rockets and bombs hit residential buildings, according to the UN. More importantly, what are the international dimensions of the war?

A Battle Zone?

The Israeli government’s bid to control the judiciary led to massive public protests for months. It is hoped that greater constitutional wisdom and regard for the will of the people prevail

Battle for Supremacy

The right-wing Netanyahu government’s plan to control the judiciary has found resonance in India where a similar situation has muddied the waters.

Pegasus snooping: Supreme...

The Supreme Court refused to issue notice to the Central government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on a batch of petitions filed against alleged snooping on the mobile phones of journalists, political figures and constitutional authorities through Israeli spyware Pegasus

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