The Case Against Israel: South Africa’s Genocide Suit at the World Court

Last month the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to take measures to prevent acts of genocide and protect the human rights of Gazans. Almost everything about the case has generated controversy, from South Africa’s invocation of the Genocide Convention to the court’s decision not to order a ceasefire. 

In this episode of None Of The Above, the Institute for Global AffairsMark Hannah sits down with Kenneth Roth, who was executive director of Human Rights Watch for more than 30 years, and Dr. Mia Swart, an expert in international law, transitional justice, and human rights law. They share their perspectives on this landmark case, the role of South Africa and the United States in upholding international law, and the challenges of enforcement.

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This post is part of None Of The Above, a podcast of IGA hosted by senior fellow Mark Hannah.

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