International Criminal Law and the Russia-Ukraine War: In Conversation with Andrew Clapham


Prof Andrew Clapham was invited to share insights of his work in international law, human rights, and humanitarian law by The Cambridge Journal of Law, Politics and Art.

In the interview, Andrew discusses the multiple legal developments related to that Russia-Ukraine conflict. These include issues of neutrality, funding, and supplying arms to either side of the conflict, the questions of naval warfare, interference with ships, search of ships as well as war crimes.  Andrew also talks about the groundbreaking prosecution in Stockholm, Sweden, for complicity in war crimes of the former chief executive and former chairman of the board of the oil company, Lundin, for their activity in Sudan.

View the full interview on the CJLPA website here