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Mohammad Hadi Zakerhossein

Criminal Law
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    How do We Create a Path to Justice in Yemen?

    On July 1 2019, the Iranian Center for International Criminal Law (ICICL)  filed a communication under Article 15 of the Rome Statute to the...

    Conceptual Errors in the Judicial Decision on the Situation of Afghanistan

    On 12 April 2019, Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court (the Court), composed of one Congolese President, and two new-elected judges, rejected...

    Lawfare: Iran-US nuclear deal row to play out in Hague Courtroom (Part I)

    Everyone who has paid any attention to the news lately knows that there is a high-stakes dispute between the United States and Iran currently...

    Hague court could give Iran a moral victory over the US (Part 3)

    Everyone who has paid any attention to the news lately knows that there is a high-stakes dispute between the United States and Iran currently...

    Iran wants Hague court to dull the impact of US sanctions (Part 2)

    Everyone who has paid any attention to the news lately knows that there is a high-stakes dispute between the United States and Iran currently...

    The ICC, Palestine and the Prosecutor’s Preventive Statement

    The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued this month one of her rare statements – this time regarding the worsening situation in...

    The ICC can use its own rules to issue preventative statements

    Mohammad H. Zakerhossein discusses how an extra power that the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has could be used to put pressure on a...

    Zakerhossein: Crimes against migrants in Libya manifestly fall outside the ICC Prosecutor’s jurisdiction

    On 8 May 2017, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Ms. Fatou Bensouda, addressed the members of the United Nations Security Council...

    The al-Mahdi case and thematic prosecution

    The trial of Ahmad Al-Faqi Al-Mahdi concluded before Trial Chamber VIII at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague on 24 August. The trial...

    Chilcot Inquiry’s effects on the International Criminal Court

    Eventually, after a seven year wait, the results of the Iraq inquiry, known as Chilcot Inquiry, were published on 6 July. Sir John Chilcot...

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