- Russian jet acts ‘provocatively’ close to US warship in Black Sea
- Holding Geneva Talks Depends on Kiev, Russia Ready to Participate
- Federalists in Southeast Ukraine Ignore Kiev Regime’s Ultimatum
- Russia Seeks US Explanation for CIA Director’s Visit to Ukraine – Lavrov
- Crisis in Ukraine takes dangerous turn: Russia
- Russia’s UN Envoy Says Ukraine Crisis Talks Could Fail Over Southeast Crackdown
- UN Security Council meets on “more combustible” Ukraine crisis
- UN Security Council holds meeting on Ukraine
- CIA behind Ukraine crisis, ousted Yanukovych says
- Leaked UN Report Claims Russia ‘Rigged’ Crimea Referendum
Comment: – It is time to update international law, as follows: Every country is fully responsible and liable for activities of its proxies – be it mercenaries and private “security” organizations, or any group directly or indirectly supported, financed, trained and armed by this country. The current laws allow countries to circumvent responsibility and international law by using non-state proxies or other states to conduct otherwise illegal activities. This gap should be closed.
The US, NATO, Israel,Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other Western allies should be responsible for atrocities committed with their help by their mercenaries in Yugoslavia, Libya, Syria, Ukraine, Palestinian Occupied Territories, and elsewhere. These crimes must be stopped and punished. Isn’t this what the International Criminal Court is for?