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Episode 15: Ambassador Curtis Ward’s Commentary on why the ICC should hold Vladimir Putin accountable for war crimes and other violations of international law in Ukraine Real Talk with Ambassador Curtis Ward

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Ambassador Curtis Ward explains why responsibility to hold Vladimir Putin responsible for war crimes and other violations of international law in Ukraine shifts from the UN Security Council to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Ambassador Ward reminds Putin  of his statement, at the historic Security Council Summit of Heads of Government on September 7, 2000, during which he told fellow world leaders of the Security Council's actions "to safeguard politicians from the temptation to use any advantage to pursue objectives unworthy of mankind."  
On the primacy of the principles of the UN Charter, Putin said "The most important of these principles is the supremacy of international law."

Real Talk with Ambassador Curtis Ward is produced by Larry Sindass / Sindass Productions.

Ambassador Curtis Ward explains why responsibility to hold Vladimir Putin responsible for war crimes and other violations of international law in Ukraine shifts from the UN Security Council to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Ambassador Ward reminds Putin  of his statement, at the historic Security Council Summit of Heads of Government on September 7, 2000, during which he told fellow world leaders of the Security Council's actions "to safeguard politicians from the temptation to use any advantage to pursue objectives unworthy of mankind."  
On the primacy of the principles of the UN Charter, Putin said "The most important of these principles is the supremacy of international law."

Real Talk with Ambassador Curtis Ward is produced by Larry Sindass / Sindass Productions.

27 min