The Justification of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine under International Law

(Luhansk. Photo: BBC)

To help any and all interested observers, media, and curious diplomats, we have provided an authoritative analysis into the question: what is the justification of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine under international law? The answer, in 20+ languages:

None.

Жодного.

никакое.

Aucune.

لا يوجد

Keine.

Żaden.

Hakuna.

Ninguna.

없음

žiadny.

mitte ühtegi.

neviens.

არცერთი.

没有

אף אחד.

Nenhum.

ніводнага.

ingen

कुनै पनि

無い

Geen.

Yok.

Euweuh

Midna.

ниеден.

Καμία.

Kahore.

žádný.

nessuno.

yo’q

هیڅ نه

For an analysis of how the invasion may constitute a crime of aggression, see here.

About Mark Kersten

Mark Kersten is a consultant at the Wayamo Foundation, a Senior Researcher at the Munk School of Global Affairs, and a law student at McGill University Law School. He is also author of the book, 'Justice in Conflict - The Effects of the International Criminal Court's Interventions on Ending Wars and Building Peace' (Oxford University Press, 2016).
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