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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Mariano Grossi raised concerns over the safety of Iran’s nuclear programme while addressing the agency’s Board of Directors on Monday. Grossi said the stockpile of Iran’s enriched uranium continues to grow while it has been three years since the agency last had access in Iran. The IAEA is facing [...]

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Canada’s National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) published a report on Monday stating that some parliamentarians collaborated with foreign governments to engage in “foreign interference activities.” Evidence the NSICOP gathered suggests that these unnamed parliamentarians engaged in interference activities as “semi-witting or witting participants.” The report suggested that the parliamentarians engaged in foreign [...]

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Russia’s foreign ministry announced on Monday that it added a number of British politicians and journalists to Russia’s list of people banned from entering Russia. The names and number of people subject to the new entry ban are unknown. According to Russia’s foreign ministry, the new entry bans are a response to hostility from the [...]

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In the second part of a two-part interview, JURIST’s Managing Editor for Long Form Content James Joseph interviews Professor David M. Crane, the Founding Chief Prosecutor of the UN Special Court for Sierra Leone, on solutions and next steps to stabilize the conflict in Ukraine. Since this interview was undertaken, the US and Germany made [...]

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Georgia enacted a controversial “foreign agent” bill on Monday despite large-scale demonstrations against the law and international opposition. Georgian parliament speaker Shalva Papuashvili signed the law On Transparency of Foreign Influence, also known as the law on foreign agents” or the “Russian law,” which was subsequently published on the country’s Legislative Bulletin website. According to [...]

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Germany and the US authorized Ukraine on Friday to target specific locations within Russia using the long-range weaponry they are providing. This major shift in policy occurs as Ukrainian forces, who are facing shortages, continue to lose territory in the conflict. Germany affirmed Ukraine’s right to defend its territory under international law, specifically highlighting Ukraine’s [...]

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In the first part of a two-part interview, JURIST’s Managing Editor for Long Form Content James Joseph interviews Professor David M. Crane, the Founding Chief Prosecutor of the UN Special Court for Sierra Leone and a JURIST Board of Directors Member, on solutions and next steps to stabilize the conflict in Ukraine. Professor Crane has [...]

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