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Use the International Criminal Court to pursue Putin's Russia

Ukraine attack is a stark example of the crime of aggression

| Russia & Caucasus
Vladimir Putin, pictured in Moscow on Feb 27: the Russian President should be put on notice that we will seek to put him on trial for war crimes.   © Kremlin/Reuters

Dave Sharma is a member of Australia's House of Representatives. He chairs the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties.

As Russian forces continue their assault upon the independence and sovereignty of Ukraine, the immediate tasks of responding to this crisis naturally take priority.

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