The ICJ Elections 2017 undoubtedly represented a historic moment in International Relations. For the first time in history, the United Kingdom, P2 of the UNSC, has lost its seat in the International Court of Justice since its establishment in 1946. However, what does it mean to the International Judicial Conscience? Is it really a historic moment for International Law? Does this lauded victory of the UNGA against a P5 nation mean anything beyond an aberration in the existing world order? Our fellow, Nithin Ramakrishnan addresses these questions. Read more at moderndiplomacy.eu.