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Steven van Hoogstraten

A Special Tribunal for Ukraine?

Steven van Hoogstraten, Former director Carnegie Foundation examine the general mood is that perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine should be held to account in a court of law, more precisely at the International Criminal Court in the Hague.

Putin and International Law : Revisited

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued an Order on 16 March 2022, indicating that “the Russian Federation should immediately suspend the military operations that it commenced on 24 February in the territory of Ukraine”. This Order was made up under the Genocide Convention of 1948 [1], invoked by Ukraine to support its case.

A Climate Pact without Coal ?

By Steven van Hoogstraten When following the news, the public has mostly been given the impression that the COP 26 summit in Glasgow was no...

Private wealth for the public good

By Steven van Hoogstraten, Former director Carnegie Foundation Andrew Carnegie (1835 – 1919) was probably the most important philanthropist of the early 20th century, and...

Puzzling results in Dutch elections

By Steven van Hoogstraten, Former director Carnegie Foundation. Recently, parliamentary elections were held amidst the greatest Covid precautions with voters holding their “verkiezingspotlood”(election pencil) ....

UN at 75 – the global right to food

By Steven van Hoogstraten. An impressive TV celebration of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations was broadcasted from the Peace Palace on 24 October...

Do Not Criple The International Criminal Court

By Steven van Hoogstraten. There is a tendency amongst opinion leaders in this country to publicly distance themselves from the International Criminal Court. The ICC...

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