The United States is facing criticism around the world for its latest threats against the International Criminal Court (ICC).
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order sanctioning the ICC's staff and their families.
The US, which is not a member of The Hague-based tribunal, is angry at investigations into suspected war crimes in Afghanistan that could implicate its soldiers.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called the ICC a "kangaroo court".
The ICC has rejected the sanctions as an unprecedented attack.
What is behind President Trump's move and what will its impact be on international justice?
Presenter: Imran Khan
Fergal Gaynor - counsel at the ICC and legal representative of victims in Afghanistan
Brett Schaefer - Jay Kingham fellow at the Heritage Foundation
Toby Cadman - international human rights lawyer and co-founder of Guernica 37 at International Justice Chambers
Source: Al Jazeera News