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The International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions

Edited by: Mauro Politi, Federica Gioia

ISBN13: 9780754674368
Published: August 2008
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00

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At a stage in its development when the workings of the International Criminal Court may be assessed, this timely volume provides valuable insights into its activities and, in particular, its interaction with national jurisdictions and international organizations. The contributors discuss a broad range of topics and present a 'first assessment' of complementarity. They address the issues at the heart of the substantive and procedural law of the Court, and examine aspects relating to national implementation and international cooperation.

The final section presents a discussion of the likely future for the relationship between the ICC and national jurisdictions.These proceedings are the latest addition to the "Trento Conference" series, bringing together a wide range of leading scholars, diplomats and representatives of international organizations. As such, they provide an important contribution to the ongoing debate surrounding International Criminal Law and the International Criminal Court in particular. This thought-provoking study will be of value to researchers and policy-makers alike.

International Criminal Law
Editors' preface
Introductory remarks,
Philippe Kirsch
Italy and the International Criminal Court,
Ivo Maria Braguglia.
Complementarity: a First Assessment: Introduction,
Mauro Politi
Principe de complementarite et droit international general,
Pierre-Marie Dupuy
Complementarity in practice: creative solutions or a trap for the Court,
William A. Schabas
Issues of admissibility in case of self-referrals,
Giorgio Gaja.
Substantive and Procedural Aspects of Complementarity: Introduction,
Luigi Ferrari Bravo
The principle of complementarity and Security Council referrals,
Phani Dascalopoulou-Livada
Inability to investigate and prosecute under Article 17,
Edoardo Greppi
The complementary role of the International Criminal Court: are there any time-limits?,
Frederica Gioia. Recent Developments on International Cooperation and National Implementation: Introduction,
Fausto Pocar
The ICC and international criminal cooperation - key aspects and fundamental necessities,
Hans-Peter Kaul
Cooperation with the International Criminal Court: some thoughts on improvements under the current regime,
Hakan Friman
State cooperation with the ICC and human rights,
Annalisa Ciampi
Can the Nuremberg legacy serve any purpose in understanding the modern concept of 'complementarity',
Maria Chiara Malaguti
Cooperation between the European Union and the International Criminal Court: legal bases and opportunities for implementation,
Teresa Maria Moschetta.
The ICC Relationship with National Jurisdiction: What Future?: Theodor Meron,
Roberto Toscano,
Fausto Pocar
Reflections on victims reparations and on universal jurisdiction,
Francesco Francioni,
Hakan Friman
Closing remarks,
Luigi Condorelli