ICJ Ruling, Srebrenica Memorial Vote Sparks Tensions

In this episode, we explore a recent ICJ ruling in a diplomatic conflict between Ecuador and Mexico, where Ecuador avoided provisional measures despite a controversial embassy raid to capture former Vice President Jorge Glas. We then shift to Europe, where an upcoming UN General Assembly vote on establishing a Srebrenica Massacre Memorial Day has reignited tensions in the Balkans, with threats of secession from Republika Srpska if the resolution, aimed at honoring the victims and condemning genocide denial, passes.

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