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The Rome Statute and sequential establishment of the ICC is a milestone in the history of man. It inaugurates a new era of the supremacy of the law as the goal of humanity rendering everyone, independently of rank or position, liable for the commission of the heinous crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court; genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and aggression. The object is to end immunity and leave no quarter to people committing crimes that have scarred and defaced humanity.
The book analyses every aspect of the Statute and supplementary instruments, eliciting the framework of its enforcement. Alongside the case law of the Court is reviewed.
The book is particularly useful to practitioners of international criminal law and of great interest to practitioners of criminal law as well as students of the history of mankind and the establishment of institutions crucial to the future of humanity.