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Asia Pacific Report A pro-Palestinian advocacy group has put the New Zealand government "on notice" over its alleged complicity with Israel’s genocidal war in Gaza...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto Good slogans have people nodding their heads in agreement because they recognise an underlying truth in the words.   I have a...

Asia Pacific Report International outrage continues to reverberate as Israel ignores the International Court of Justice's order to immediately cease its attack on southern Rafah,...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Richard Naidu, editor of Islands Business South Africa’s genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has been described...

Asia Pacific Report The leader of a New Zealand solidarity group of Palestinian self-determination supporters has accused the country's Foreign Minister Winston Peters of making...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato Despite the carnage, United Nations resolutions and international court rulings, Israel's war in Gaza has the potential to...

Pacific Media Watch The International Court of Justice (ICC) has held its last day of hearings examining the legality of Israel's decades-long occupation of Palestinian...

Asia Pacific Report Amnesty International has accused Israel of defying last month's International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling to prevent genocide by failing to allow...

RNZ Pacific Former Fiji prime minister Voreqe Bainimarama says the country's intervention at the International Court of Justice over Israel's occupation of Palestine betrays Fiji's...

Palestine's UN envoy Riyad Mansour speaking at the International Court of Justice on Monday.   Video: Dawn News Pacific Media Watch The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)...

Asia Pacific Report A Fiji human rights advocacy coalition has condemned Fiji's "profoundly troubling" stance as being one of only two countries supporting continued illegal...

Asia Pacific Report A West Papuan pro-independence leader has accused Indonesia of new human rights atrocities this week while the republic has apparently elected a...

Aotearoa New Zealand must ramp up pressure on Israel to abide by last month’s International Court of Justice ruling, writes John Minto. COMMENTARY: By John...

New Zealand’s commitment to the international rule of law means it must also go beyond the UN court’s genocide case findings on Gaza, writes...

Asia Pacific Report About 200 protesters marched through the heart of Auckland's tourist suburb of Devonport today to the Royal New Zealand Navy base, accusing...

Asia Pacific Report Agnes Callamard, the secretary general of Amnesty International, has called the funding cuts to the UN's Palestinian humanitarian relief agency a “heartless...

COMMENTARY: By Caitlin Johnstone The International Court of Justice rejected Israel’s request to dismiss the genocide case brought against it by South Africa yesterday, ruling...

ANALYSIS: By Trita Parsi The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled against Israel and determined that South Africa successfully argued that Israel’s conduct plausibly...

Asia Pacific Report Although the International Court of Justice (ICJ) did not directly issue an order for a ceasefire in Gaza, says a leading Israeli...

Asia Pacific Report The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ordered Israel to take steps to prevent acts of genocide in South Africa's case over...

By David Robie, editor of Asia Pacific Report A Palestinian advocate has appealed to the New Zealand government to call for a permanent ceasefire in...

ANALYSIS: By Karen Scott, University of Canterbury In 2023, the world witnessed a sustained attack on the very foundations of the international legal order. Russia, a...