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This new collection of essays by sixteen outstanding authorities in the fields of human rights law, humanitarian law, and international criminal law assesses the prospects for the future of the International Criminal Court. Their analysis revolves around such key issues as the lessons of precedents (Nuremberg, ICTR, ICTY), the definition of international crimes, accountability, deterrence, reparations, and complementary jurisdiction. Contributors: Benjamin Ferencz, Alinikisa Mafwenga, Sandra Coliver, Clarence Dias, Patrick Zahnd, Kelly D. Askin, Juan E. Mendez, Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Gustavo Gallon, William A. Schabas, Dinah Shelton, Thordis Ingadottir, Fiona McKay, Madeline Morris, David Scheffer, and Roger S. Clark. Dinah Shelton is Professor of International Law at Notre Dame Law School.