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President Donald Trump signed an executive order March 21 requiring United States colleges to protect students’ right to free speech. Colleges that fail to comply would risk losing access to up to $35 million in federal research funding, he said.
(Daily Bruin file photo)
President Donald Trump signed an executive order March 21 requiring United States colleges to protect students’ right to free speech. Colleges that fail to comply would risk losing access to up to $35 million in federal research funding, he said.
(Daily Bruin file photo)

Prince Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein of Jordan reflected on the future of racial justice and equality as the keynote speaker at the Critical Perspectives on Race and Human Rights conference Friday. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Prince Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein of Jordan reflected on the future of racial justice and equality as the keynote speaker at the Critical Perspectives on Race and Human Rights conference Friday. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Chile Eboe-Osuji, the president of the International Criminal Court, addressed claims from United States National Security Advisor John Bolton regarding the legitimacy of the court at an event Monday. Bolton threatened the court with sanctions in September if it prosecuted U.S. soldiers for alleged abuse of detainees in Afghanistan. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

International Criminal Court president responds to John Bolton’s sanction threats

The president of the International Criminal Court addressed a United States official’s claims that the court is illegitimate at an event Monday evening. The event, which was organized by the Promise Institute for Human Rights, a subset of the UCLA School of Law, invited Chile Eboe-Osuji, president of the ICC, to discuss sanction threats made by John Bolton, the U.S. Read more...

Chile Eboe-Osuji, the president of the International Criminal Court, addressed claims from United States National Security Advisor John Bolton regarding the legitimacy of the court at an event Monday. Bolton threatened the court with sanctions in September if it prosecuted U.S. soldiers for alleged abuse of detainees in Afghanistan. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

A Danish diplomat visited campus Thursday to discuss his country's role in international trade with the United States and the Syrian refugee crisis. (Haya Fakhoury/Daily Bruin)
A Danish diplomat visited campus Thursday to discuss his country's role in international trade with the United States and the Syrian refugee crisis. (Haya Fakhoury/Daily Bruin)

The Brazilian minister of culture visited UCLA's Anderson School of Management to talk about the role creativity and innovation have in growing the economy. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)
The Brazilian minister of culture visited UCLA's Anderson School of Management to talk about the role creativity and innovation have in growing the economy. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)