Marshall Islands To Open Nuclear Arms Battle at Top UN Court

Next week, the Marshall Islands will seek to convince the International Court of Justice to take up a lawsuit against India, Pakistan, and Britain, accusing them of failing to halt the nuclear arms race. In an article for Agence France– Presse, Dr. Lyal S. Sunga describes the weight of international law as a diplomatic and political tool.

“The Marshall Islands wants a moral and judicial pronouncement that can strengthen their political campaign against nuclear weapons”

Dr. Lyal S. Sunga, Head of the Rule of Law Program

 

Read the full article here. Also available in French and Spanish.

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