Why is accountability for alleged war crimes so hard to achieve in the Israel-Palestinian conflict?

Israel is also not a member of the ICC and rejects the court’s jurisdiction over its territory and nationals. The long war persists. International law — hamstrung by its own institutions, entrenched power relations and politicisation — offers no clear or quick solution.

Source: Why is accountability for alleged war crimes so hard to achieve in the Israel-Palestinian conflict?

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