Worldwide one in seven homicides involve the killing of an intimate partner. In the Netherlands this number is even higher: one in four homicides concern intimate partner homicides. But who are the offenders and victims of intimate partner homicide?
It is difficult to assess the Russo-Ukrainian War as anything but a relative debacle for Moscow, but only compared to Putin’s expectations, and pre-war analyses of how long Ukraine could resist the Russian juggernaut. Historical advance rates, however, suggest Russia is comparatively ahead of pace.
Ukraine is the only country to have ever submitted an application to join the EU whilst being invaded. Professor Dimitrova and Dr. Mazepus discuss the recent history of civil societies, the two revolutions in Ukraine's 21st century, and the evolution of Ukraine's political culture since.
What is the role of criminal law in relation to safety matters? How can criminal negligence or intent be proven in safety-related investigations? The article summarises the seminar discussion organised by the Centre of Expertise on Global Governance and the Institute of Security and Global Affairs.
After a successful conference organised by The Hague Program For Cyber Norms, Jake sits down with Taylor Grossman and Heajune Lee of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to discuss their papers, their work, and the emerging field of cyber norms.