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International Criminal Court
Consent, Complementarity & Cooperation
By: Kristina Miskowiak
$60.00 paper original
OUT OF PRINT
Partial contents: Historical background of the Court. The process leading to the adoption of the Statute of the Court. Inherent jurisdiction. Consent systems. The Rome Statute. State Sovereignty. Universal Jurisdiction. National Jurisdiction. The ambiguous concept of complementarity. Criteria for declaring a case inadmissible. Competence of the Court. Nuremberg & Tokyo Tribunals. Yugoslavia & Rwanda Tribunals. Inter-State Extradition Treaties. Arrest & Surrender. Grounds for refusal. Obtaining evidence. Non-compliance. Human rights. Bibliography. Appendix: The Rome Statute of the International Court.