What is clear is that the British military justice system has not shown itself fit for purpose to deal with war crimes committed outside the UK. Even in the Baha Mousa case, only one person, a corporal, was convicted after pleading guilty to the war crime of inhumane treatment, and served one year in prison.

The ICC has been urged to investigate the alleged war crimes of UK politicians during the Iraq conflict.

UK politicians accused of Iraq war crimes

by Al Jazeera on 11-01-2014

Groups ask ICC to open cases against former defence and interior ministers after compiling 400 torture claims.


The BRussells Tribunal is independent and wants to remain independent.

The BRussells Tribunal is an activist think tank and peace organisation with a special focus on Iraq. Read more...

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AMSI condemned this action, and sees it as a step of incremental steps being taken to the ...


All this makes the current war a preventive one, which international law tends to consider ...