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This index section presents the list of terms mentioned in the book Responding to International Crime. The Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is not the complete measure of international criminal law. The classical response to international crime is to be found in extradition law: the accused or, in some cases, the convicted fugitive would be returned to a State with jurisdiction, ordinarily based on the principles of territoriality or nationality, to prosecute or to complete the execution of any sentence.

Keywords: international crime; territoriality

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