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The International Criminal Court

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Edited by: Olympia Bekou, Robert Cryer

ISBN13: 9780754624097
ISBN: 0754624099
Published: November 2005
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



The creation of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 1998 represented an important step in the international effort to repress genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. As there has been enormous scholarly discussion of the ICC, it is difficult and time-consuming to obtain the best writing on the subject.

This volume collects the foremost analyses of each part of the ICC to form a convenient reference tool for all those wishing to understand perhaps the most important legal development of the past two decades.

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Subjects:
International Criminal Law
Contents:
The International Criminal Court: Philippe Kirsch and John T. Holmes (1998), The birth of the International Criminal Court: The 1998 Rome conference
Antonio Cassese (1999), The statute of the International Criminal Court: some preliminary reflections
William A. Schabas (2001), The International Criminal Court: The secret of its success. The Substantive Law of the International Criminal Court: William A. Schabas (2001), The Jelisic case and the Mens Rea of the crime of genocide, Otto Triffterer (2001), Genocide: its particular intent to destroy in whole or in part the group as such
Darryl Robinson (1999) Defining "Crimes against Humanity" at the Rome conference
Thomas Gradizky (1999), War crime issues before the Rome diplomatic conference on the establishment of an International criminal court
Kai Ambos (1999), General principles of criminal law in the Rome statute
Charles Garraway (1999), Superior orders and the International Criminal Court: justice delivered or justice denied. Jurisdiction And Admissibility: Hans-Peter Kaul and Claus Kress (1999), Jurisdiction and cooperation in the statute of the International Criminal Court: principles and compromises
Dapo Akande (2003), The jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court over nationals of non-parties: legal basis and limits
John T. Holmes (2002), Complementarity: National courts versus the ICC
Operation of the court: Goran Sluiter (2003), The surrender of war criminals to the International Criminal Court
Steffen Wirth (2001), Immunities, related problems, and Article 98 of the Rome statute
Morten Bergsmo (2000), Occasional remarks on certain State concerns about the jurisdictional reach of the International Criminal Court, and their possible implications for the relationship between the Court and the Security Council
Silvia A. Fernandez de Gurmendi and Hakan Friman (2000), The rules of procedure and evidence of the International Criminal Court. Perspectives on the Future: Michael P. Scharf (1999), The amnesty exception to the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court
John R. Bolton (2000-2001), The risks and the weaknesses of the International Criminal Court from America's perspective
David P. Forsythe (2002), The United States and international criminal justice
Robert Cryer and Nigel D. White (2002), The Security Council and the International Criminal Court: who's feeling threatened?
Index.