Dominique Fraser is a Research Associate at the Asia Society Policy Institute in Australia. Prior to this, Dominique worked in the field of atrocity prevention in Geneva. She was named a 2022 Young Woman to Watch in International Affairs by Young Australians in International Affairs. She completed a Master in International Affairs at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in 2017 and a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) in International Relations, from which she graduated as Valedictorian of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Queensland.
What happens in Europe won’t stay in Europe. Rifts on China risk common understanding with partners, Australia included.
A serious risk of Russia committing genocide imposes legal obligations for states to do what they can to stop it.
More than legal semantics, properly recognising war crimes and crimes against humanity puts Russian leaders on notice.