International law, for all its limitations, has the potential to hold senior leaders in Moscow accountable for their crimes connected with the war on Ukraine. Despite the great practical hurdles to bringing senior Russian leaders to justice, much work is currently underway to both assemble evidence and develop legal arguments for eventual prosecutions. In this … Continue reading What a prosecution of Russia’s Patriarch Kirill might look like
Is Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill a war criminal? Quite possibly. My article on Putin’s “religious” propagandist for EU Observer is online here and republished on the LSE Religion and Global Society blog.