The international criminal court state cooperation regime : current controversies in historical and theoretical context
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first permanent, international institution established to prosecute individuals who commit genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. The treaty establishing the ICC - the Rome Statute - entered into force in 2002 and currently has more than 110 States Parties representing every geopolitical region of the world. One of the key challenges facing the ICC is securing State Cooperation with the Court's investigations and prosecutions, despite...[Show more]
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