The Effectiveness Of International Criminal Justice

Author: Cedric Ryngaert
Publisher: Intersentia Uitgevers N V
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Sudeshna Basu" 1. INTRODUCTION The adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998
marked the creation of a global criminal justice system.1 It demonstrated the will
of the international community to create a culture of individual criminal
accountability by bringing those individuals responsible for committing the most
serious crimes ...

Towards Global Justice Sovereignty In An Interdependent World

Author: Simona Ţuţuianu
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9067048917
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Abstract This chapter adds a practical dimension, by examining the trial of
Slobodan Miloševic ́, chosen for its importance as a test case for putting a head of
state on trial and to show the relationship between international jurisdiction and
national sovereignty. It serves to illuminate post-Westphalian elements in
international criminal law which do not truly impinge upon national sovereignty,
although some nationalists perceive them as doing so. International criminal
courts do not ...

The International Criminal Court And The End Of Impunity In Kenya

Author: Lionel Nichols
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319107291
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Documenting the effects of these interventions on the Kenyan people, and on the country's legal and judicial systems, the book provides vital lessons in global justice as it: •Details the ICC's involvement in Kenya in the aftermath of ...

Power And Justice In International Relations

Author: Dr Andreas Oberprantacher
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409499383
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Secondly, if the International Criminal Court (ICC) is to be effective, how can that
depend simply on the partial interests of powerful States (Kochler 2003, 14)? He
calls this second problem a problem of "separation of powers."2 Because the ICC
is inseparable from power politics, both the judicial and executive functioning of
the international criminal justice system result from decisions based on power
whereas, properly separated, only its executive functions should depend on the ...

Global Justice

Author: Gillian Brock
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191552313
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The ICC was initially created in 1998 by the Rome Treaty in order to try serious
crimes of concern to the international community, such as, genocide, war crimes,
crimes against humanity, and crimes of aggression. ... ICC prosecutors may act
only when a nation that does have the jurisdiction to bring perpetrators to justice
fails to. ... When the alternative to state justice is no justice, the ICC may act.18
The court is not meant to substitute for efficient and effective national criminal

Peace And Justice At The International Criminal Court

Author: Errol Mendes
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1849807027
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5 The future of the Court: reassuring Africa, investigating Gaza, integrating
America and seeking help from global finance 1. IS THE ICC FOCUSING ON
provocatively whether there were even five African countries with judicial systems
that could try grievous international crimes fairly and equitably through effective
national court structures. The way the question was posed removed the necessity
for an answer.

Global Community

Author: Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo
ISBN: 0199758832
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The courts covered by this particular volume are: * The Court of First Instance of the European Communities * The Court of Justice of the European Communities * The European Court of Human Rights * Inter-American Court of Human Rights * ...

International Law Trade Perspective

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... a new global .judicial body — an International Criminal Court — was taken on
25 August as the General Assembly was asked to work towards the early
completion of a draft convention for the Court's establishment The Court — a non-
standing permanent institution to be set up by treaty — is to provide a
complementary international criminal justice mechanism to enhance the effective
prosecution and suppression of crimes of international concern by national
criminal justice systems.

International Prosecution Of Human Rights Crimes

Author: Wolfgang Kaleck
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540462783
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The book explores recent developments in the international and national prosecution of persons accused of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity.