The USA is dealing with criticism around the globe for its newest threats towards the Worldwide Legal Court docket (ICC).
President Donald Trump has signed an government order sanctioning the ICC’s employees and their households.
The US, which isn’t a member of The Hague-based tribunal, is offended at investigations into suspected struggle crimes in Afghanistan that would implicate its troopers.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo referred to as the ICC a “kangaroo court docket”.
The ICC has rejected the sanctions as an unprecedented assault.
What’s behind President Trump’s transfer and what’s going to its impression be on worldwide justice?
Presenter: Imran Khan
Fergal Gaynor – counsel on the ICC and authorized consultant of victims in Afghanistan
Brett Schaefer – Jay Kingham fellow on the Heritage Basis
Toby Cadman – worldwide human rights lawyer and co-founder of Guernica 37 at Worldwide Justice Chambers
Supply: Al Jazeera Information