Looking at the list of ICC signatories, what’s scary is when you realise that beyond Western countries there are likely very few who would enforce the warrant against Putin.
There’s a few that are close Russian allies, others that would feel they’d get more for not enforcing it than doing so, and a few where they’d see the risk as too great.
The first group includes Venezuela, Mali and Serbia.
The second likely most Latin American and African countries.
The third group would be places like Georgia and Mongolia, who would be invaded themselves if they moved against Putin.
There’s a few others that also like wouldn’t either like the Philippines, Taijistan and South Africa. Afghanistan is a signatory but that’s probably the fallen republic. The Taliban clearly wouldn’t enforce it.