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Uighur Crisis Highlights Flawed Structure of UN Security Council

Below is an article published by The Jurist, Photo Edgarwinkler / Pixabay Alina Rizvi, a rising 3L at Vermont Law School and an Associate Editor for JURIST, discusses the need to reform the UN Security Council in light of the suffering of the Uighur People in China… One crucial aspect of international law is failing the …

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The CCP Before the International Criminal Court for the Uyghur Genocide

Below is an article published by Bitter Winter Magazine, Photo ETGE Although China did not sign the treaty establishing the court in The Hague, London attorney Rodney Dixon believe jurisdiction against Beijing can be asserted there. by Ruth Ingram The Chinese Government is being forced to face up to its “breathtaking” genocide against the Uyghur …

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Uighur groups take China to International Criminal Court | 10 points

Below is an article published by India Today, Photo ETNAM China is not a member of the International Criminal Court (ICC). For long, this abstention from membership acted as a shield for China preventing it from being dragged to the international judicial body over complaints of systemic human rights violation despite irrefutable evidence. 1. Now, two …

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Could The International Criminal Court Investigate Atrocities Against The Uighur Muslims In China?

Below is an article published by Forbes, Photo AFP via Getty Images Over the recent years, several news outlets reported on the dire situation of the Uighur Muslims in China who were being detained for re-education purposes. This was followed by in-depth research suggesting that the religious minority communities are subjected to modern day slavery and women are …

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Exiled Uyghurs approach International Criminal Court seeking justice against China

Below is an article published by ANI, Photo International Criminal Court The Hague [Netherlands], July 7 (ANI): As China’s genocide and crimes againstthe Uighurs continue, the ethnic community has finally approached the International Criminal Court (ICC) seeking justice. The New York Times reported that a team of London-based lawyers representingtwo Uighur activist groups have filed a …

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Exiled Uighurs push for ICC to investigate China’s ‘genocide’ in East Turkistan

Below is an article published by The Independent, Photo ICC via iStock Uighur exiles have appealed to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate senior Chinese leaders, including Presidet Xi Jinping, for genocide and crimes against humanity. Lawyers representing two groups have filed a complaint asking the court to look into allegations of crimes committed against Uighurs and other ethnic groups, including mass internment …

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Exiled Uighurs bring first-ever ICC claim against China

Below is an article by The New Arab, Photo Long Le | Daily Trojan Two exiled Uighur activist groups have joined forces to submit evidence to the International Criminal Court (ICC) accusing Chinese leaders of genocide and crimes against humanity, in the first ever attempt to use international law instruments against Beijing. The claims were submitted by UK-based lawyers and the …

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Exiled Uighurs call on ICC to investigate China’s genocide’ in East Turkistan

Below is an article published by The Guardian, Photo LEE JIN-MAN/AP Activist group submits evidence to international court accusing Xi Jinping and other Beijing officials of crimes against humanity A group of Uighurs in exile has submitted evidence to the international criminal court, calling for an investigation into senior Chinese officials, including Xi Jinping, for genocide …

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Representatives of Uighurs File Evidence to International Criminal Court

Below is an article published by The Wall Street Journal, Photo via Getty Images Overseas representatives of China’s Uighur ethnic group said Monday they filed evidence to the International Criminal Court in a novel effort to spark a formal investigation of China and its top leaders for alleged human-rights violations. Uighurs, who are mostly Muslim, …

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