cover artCarr Center faculty Kathryn Sikkink joins a panel for the Deep Dish on Global Affairs podcast in a discussion about the recent ICC arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin, who the court is holding responsible for the abduction of Ukrainian children.

Professor Sikkink joined Nathaniel Raymond, Executive Director of the Humanitarian Research Lab at the Yale School of Public Health, and host Brian Hanson, Vice President of Studies at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. The ICC's warrant pins personal responsibility on Vladimir Putin for the recent abductions of children from Ukraine.

While the world focuses on Putin’s prospects, Deep Dish dives into the underlying issue: accountability, justice, and protection of the most vulnerable victims of war. Experts Nathaniel Raymond and Kathryn Sikkink unpack the tragic reality of child abductions during times of conflict, how the indictments might affect these Ukrainian children, and whether this could truly deter child abductions in future war crimes. 

Listen to the full discussion here.