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This article examines the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) over nationals of states not party to the ICC Statute. The article first addresses the US argument that the exercise of ICC jurisdiction over nationals of non-parties without the consent of that non-party would be...
The language used in the procedural law of the International Criminal Court (ICC) takes neither of the pure forms of the adversarial or inquisitorial models of criminal procedure, nor does it reflect any particular existing hybrid of the two systems. Instead, it offers a unique compromise...
Exemptions from international criminal jurisdiction are of particular importance for the ongoing dispute on the role and authority of the International Criminal Court. In this context, the application of Articles 16 and 98 ICCSt. has led to controversies. The author examines the relevance of...
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