Professor Cora True-Frost Discusses the International Criminal Court in Two-Part National Security Law Today Podcast

Formed in response to the Rwandan and former Yugoslavian genocides in the early 1990s, the International Criminal Court (ICC) was established with a crucial mission: to bring to justice those accountable for the most heinous crimes of global significance. 

In this two-part episode of the National Security Law Today Podcast, Professor Cora True-Frost L’01 accompanies host Elisa Poteat to uncover the inner workings of the ICC—its organizational framework, extensive jurisdiction, and the intricate processes involved in investigating and prosecuting war crimes. Together, they shed light on the vital role played by the ICC in upholding accountability and seeking justice for victims worldwide.