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International criminal law is shaped by the influence of individual scholars and the impact of specific rulings and legal frameworks. This volume provides a fresh perspective on the subject, revisiting the sources, treatment and reception of doctrine and jurisprudence from an inter-generational perspective. Analysis of the role of scholars and practitioners such as Arendt, Damaška and Cassese on the conceptualisation of law and jurisprudence is followed by an assessment of the goals and scope of international criminal law, including contemporary developments relating to the interplay between international and domestic jurisdiction, the role of actors and crime definitions. Finally, the volume includes a review of key concepts of individual responsibility and procedural law.