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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘war crimes’?

2)

Do you think war is a crime?

3)

Do people in a war worry about war crimes?

4)

Do countries that chase war criminals also commit war crimes?

5)

What punishments should war criminals get?

6)

What is the worst war crime anyone / any country can commit?

7)

Who decides the rules about war crimes?

8)

What do you think of countries do not join the International Criminal Court and say its citizens cannot be tried for war crimes?

9)

Where are war crimes happening at the moment?

10)

Is the use of child soldiers a war crime?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

What are war crimes?

2)

Which countries do you think have committed the biggest war crimes?

3)

Is accidentally killing a civilian in a war zone a war crime?

4)

Has your country ever committed a war crime?

5)

What’s the difference between a war criminal and a terrorist?

6)

Who is the biggest war criminal in all of history?

7)

What’s the difference between a war crime and committing the same crime during peacetime?

8)

Is it only the winners who decide what war crimes are?

9)

Do you think war crimes will ever stop?

10)

Can war crimes be committed via the Internet?


 


 
 
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