My piece in City AM 8th March on the relevance of international law to address the conflict in Ukraine, and the risks we take when we undermine it, at home and abroad:
We need to respect international law every day to be sure it is there when we need it....
Tweets on this subject
"As we stare at the very real threat of global conflict, the risk of chipping away at the integrity of international legal frameworks comes into terrifyingly sharp focus" @susie_alegre on the need to respect international law every day, at home & abroad https://t.co/4ebjkxFF6H— Amelia Knott (@AmeliaMKnott) March 11, 2022
"International law can provide the bedrock for global peace and security. But it can only do that if we give it the respect it deserves, at home and abroad, every day, not just when we really need it." - @susie_alegre#AbolishWar #Ukraine️ https://t.co/3yqxDfBU1n— Young World Federalists 🖐️ (@YWF_Global) March 10, 2022
Even if, thus far, the systems available to us have not been able to face down or halt Russian aggression, the continued importance we place on international law is important, writes CIGI Senior Fellow @susie_alegre for @CityAM: https://t.co/43cljXmbNH— CIGI (@CIGIonline) March 9, 2022