Skip Ash

Robert W. "Skip" Ash is a Senior Counsel at the ACLJ and at the ECLJ. Ash heads the ACLJ’s national security practice. As such, he deals daily with legal issues concerning Believers in the U.S. Armed Forces, with issues regarding the Law of Armed Conflict worldwide, with issues before the International Criminal Court, with issues before the United Nations and its agencies, and with issues before other international courts in Europe. Ash is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, who served 22 years on active duty as a U.S. Army officer. His service included serving as NATO desk officer in the War Plans division of the Army Staff as well as a military strategist for the Secretary of Defense in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy and Plans in the Pentagon. Ash is also one of the founders of the M.G. Robertson Global Centre for Law & Public Policy. He currently serves as Secretary of the Centre.

A graduate of Regent University School of Law, Ash has also served as a member of the faculties of the School of Law and the Robertson School of Government at Regent where he taught courses on national security law, public international law, comparative law, First Amendment law, business associations, and legal research and writing.

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Another Bible Attacked for Being Part of a POW/MIA Display

By Skip Ash1635886163463

Guess what? Another group of hypersensitive folks has apparently been shocked to find a “sectarian Christian Bible”—yes, the one with two Testaments—hiding in plain sight in a POW/MIA memorial at Naval Operational Support Center (NOSC) Alameda. And the very same cast of characters who are...

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Attempting To Bring the ICC Into Compliance With International Law

By Skip Ash1633352340000

As you already know if you’ve been following our prior blogs , the International Criminal Court (ICC) is a creation of the Rome Statute. You may also remember that we have pointed out that the Rome Statute contains provisions that violate the legal rights of States, like the United States and...

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Biden Administration Makes the Keystone Cops Look Organized

By Skip Ash1632838484399

I don’t know if you noticed it or not, but the President of the Republic of Korea was in Hawaii recently personally escorting the remains of U.S. servicemen who died during the Korean War back to their homeland. That was an exhibition of real class and showed genuine respect for the sacrifices made...

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Introducing Ourselves to the New ICC Prosecutor in Defense of Israel

By Skip Ash1629982740000

Earlier this summer, the International Criminal Court (ICC) changed Prosecutors. The nine-year term of the second ICC Prosecutor, Mrs. Fatou Bensouda, ended, and she was succeeded by Mr. Karim Asad Ahmad Khan, who had been selected earlier in the year to become the third ICC Prosecutor. Upon her...

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The New "Nattering Nabobs of Negativism" Attack POW/MIA Display

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Anti-Christian Group Tries To CANCEL Female Soldier’s Personal Story

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The ICC Does It Again, and It’s Not Pretty

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A Rare Example of Sanity and Bipartisanship in Washington

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