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Introduction to the Symposium on Non-State Actors and New Technologies in Atrocity Prevention

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1 Taylor Lorenz, Sudan and the Instagram Hustle, Atlantic (June 17, 2019).

2 Signature Topics, Am. Soc'y Int'l L.

3 Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Bosn. & Herz. v. Serb. & Montenegro), 2007 ICJ Rep. 43 (Feb. 26).

4 Int'l Law Comm'n, Draft Articles on Crimes Against Humanity, Adopted by the ILC on First Reading, UN Doc. A/72/10, paras. 35-46 (2017). For comments on the obligation to prevent, see the Dutch reply, Int'l Law Comm'n, Additional Comments and Observations Received from Governments, International Organizations and Others, UN Doc. A/CN.4/726/Add.1 (Mar. 28, 2019).

5 See, e.g., the ICC decision that it could exercise jurisdiction pursuant to art. 12(2)(a) of the Statute over the alleged deportation of members of the Rohingya people from the Republic of the Union of Myanmar to the People's Republic of Bangladesh, Case No. ICC- RoC46(3)-01/18, Decision on the “Prosecution's Request for a Ruling on Jurisdiction under Article 19(3) of the Statute” (Sept. 6, 2018).

6 Cynically, the proposal to create an International ISIS Tribunal could also be viewed as a way to prevent foreign fighters from returning home. See Helen Warrell, Sweden Proposes International Tribunal to Try ISIS Fighters, Financial Times (May 19, 2019).

8 Id. at 251.

9 Emma Irving, Suppressing Atrocity Speech on Social Media, 113 AJIL Unbound 256 (2019).

10 Rebecca Hamilton, Atrocity Prevention in the New Media Landscape, 113 AJIL Unbound 262 (2019).

11 Nancy Amoury Combs, Investigative Delegations: Predictable Predicaments, 113 AJIL Unbound 267 (2019).

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