Yonah Jeremy Bob

International lawyer, constitutional law commentator, Jerusalem Post Correspondent, lecturer and more


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Analysis: ICC on verge of playing in another league

Having celebrated its 10th anniversary in July 2012, the International Criminal Court is entering a critical phase which will test its staying power.

Having celebrated its 10th anniversary in July 2012, the International Criminal Court is entering a critical phase which will test its staying power. Read more…

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Analysis: Palestinian ICC threat is overblown

Legal scholars have latched on to the ICC prosecutor’s decision to deny the Palestinians access to the ICC.

As this article goes to print, history is being made with a UN General Assembly vote to endorse the state of Palestine. Read more…


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Analysis: Round 2 of ‘Israel, Palestine at the ICC’

If the PA obtains non-member nation status at the UN, it may again try to prosecute the Jewish state.

On April 3, 2012, Israel won round one of a crucial legal battle with the Palestinians, slamming the door shut on their attempt to bring Israeli soldiers and leaders before the International Criminal Court on war crimes charges. Read more…