OUTLINE OF THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ISSUES OF THE TRIBUNAL FOR RUSSIA’S CRIME OF AGGRESSION
The researchers at IKAR aimed to investigate the real-world issues concerning the Tribunal of Russia's Crime of Aggression. The author began by discussing the frequently debated topics of jurisdiction and immunity, and then delved into the challenges of evidence collection and reparations. The author also emphasized the importance of prosecuting ecocide cases and suggested avenues for further research while outlining potential practical solutions. The summary provides an overview of IKAR's proposed program of legal research activities and invites collaboration from the wider community.