1 The International War Crimes Tribunal (‘Russell Tribunal’ or ‘Tribunal’) was a pioneer of grassroots international adjudication created in 1966 to examine the conduct of the United States and its allies in the Vietnam War. British philosopher Bertrand Russell convened an unofficial tribunal composed of prominent figures, including philosophers, scientists, politicians, writers, and lawyers, to hear evidence related to the Unites States’ intervention in Vietnam and to determine whether international crimes had been committed (International Criminal Law). Unable...
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