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Benjamin N. Schiff. Building the International Criminal Court - Cambridge University Press, 2008. Download
КНИГИ З ПРАВА | | СКАЧАТЬ КНИГУ 11.06.2018, 09:57
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first and only standing international court capable of prosecuting humanity’s worst crimes: genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. It faces huge obstacles. It has no police force; it pursues investigations in areas of tremendous turmoil, conflict, and death; it is charged both with trying suspects and with aiding their victims; and it seeks to combine divergent legal traditions in an entirely new international legal mechanism.
Додав: egege | Контактна особа: правозахисник | Теги: International Criminal Court, Cambridge University, Law, International Humanitarian, Court, Criminal Law, Міжнародний кримінальний суд
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Contents
Preface page ix Acronyms xi
1 Introduction 1 The Court 3 Theoretical Perspective 4 Conundrums 9
1 River of Justice 14 Law: Divine, Natural, and Positive 15 International Humanitarian and Criminal Law 19 Swelling Streams of Justice 29 End of the Cold War and Resurfacing of Interest in an ICC 37 Explaining the Gathering Tide 39
2 Learning from the Yugoslavia and Rwanda Tribunals 42 The Tribunals’ Mandates 43 Organization and Leadership 45 Tribunal Tribulations 48 Operational and Legal Innovations 58 Constructivism, Realism, Neoliberal Institutionalism 65
3 The Statute – Justice versus Sovereignty 68 Brief Negotiating History 69 The Preamble: Sovereignty, Perfectibility, and Identity 72 The Crimes 74 Taking Sovereignty Seriously 77 Old and New Justice Paradigms in the Statute 85 Why Do States Join? 89 Conclusions 92
Appendix 3A: Preamble of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court 92 Appendix 3 B: Rome Statute Crimes 93
4 Building the Court 102 From Statute to Court 104 Cranking Up the Engine 109 Internal Frictions 120 New Justice Innovations 128 Coordination and Planning 134 Conclusions 141
5 NGOs – Advocates, Assets, Critics, and Goads 144 International Relations Theory and NGOs 145 Growth of NGO Involvement 146 NGOs and the Statute 147 Advocacy, Advice, and Outreach 151 The NGOs and ICC Operations 155 The Evolving NGO–ICC Relationship 160 Conclusions 163
6 ICC–State Relations 165 The Court’s Supporters and Opponent(s) 167 States’ Policy Oversight 181 Stateside Complementarity: Cooperating with the Court 189 Conclusions 192
7 The First Situations 194 Uganda 195 Congo 210 Sudan 226 The Central African Republic 242 Other Possible Situations 244 Conclusions 245
8 Conclusions: The Politics of the International Criminal Court 248 Mandate 248 Structure 249 Operations 250 NGOs 253 States 254 The Situations 255 Building Justice 257
Web Sites for Further and Ongoing Information 261 Bibliography and Sources

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