International Court Of Justice News
Behind the Controversial Practice of Israeli Settlements
With three weeks until the Obama administration leaves office, Secretary of State John Kerry defended the U.S. decision to abstain from last week’s United Nations vote that condemned Israeli settlements. Kerry argued that the settlements threatened the viability of a future two-state solution that
American Sniper' Murder Trial Jury Finds Defendant Guilty
Eddie Ray Routh convicted of capital murder in the killings of Chris Kyle and his friend.
Did the CIA Violate International Law?
Next, to the new fallout from that report on the cia and torture. Tonight, leaders at the U.N. Saying what the cia did violated international law, some saying they should be prosecuted. Our Jon Karl at the white house Tant asking that very question, does the president think anyone should be tried?
Amal Alamuddin Changes Her Name to 'Amal Alamuddin Clooney'
Amal Alamuddin has changed her name. The lawyer, who wed George Clooney last month in Venice, is now professionally known as "Amal Clooney," according to her bio on her company's website . "Amal Clooney is a barrister specialising in international law, human rights , extradition and criminal law,"
'This Week' Transcript: Former President Bill Clinton; Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif
A rush transcript of "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" airing on Sunday morning, Sept. 29, 2013 on ABC News is below. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) STEPHANOPOULOS (voice-over): Good morning and welcome to "This Week." Breaking overnight, shutdown
Colombia Will Challenge Maritime Border With Nicaragua
Colombian government will challenge the ruling that draws the maritime border
A Territorial Dispute Prompts Colombia and Nicaragua to Beef Up Its Armies
In the past eight months, tensions have flared between Colombia and Nicaragua over a maritime territorial dispute that has led to a local arms race. Both countries’ armies have announced new weapons purchases as part of an effort to modernize their military, and war is already viewed as an actual
Is China Behind Nicaragua's Recent Diplomatic Victory at The Hague?
Chinese business interests may have influenced a controversial territorial dispute between Colombia and Nicaragua at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), according to two former Colombian government officials. A Chinese judge at the court reportedly supported the Nicaraguans in a diplomatic