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This section presents a list of names, terms, and concepts on international criminal law that occur in this book titled The theory and practice of international criminal law: essays in honor of M. Cherif Bassiouni . Cherif Bassiouni has promoted international criminal justice in innumerable ways. He has helped design its institutions, including the International Criminal Court (ICC), and he has shaped the elements of its crimes. He has taught its values through his diverse faculty appointments; motivated rule of law in places marked by impunity; and worked tirelessly to build political consensus in favor of accountability. What is more, Bassiouni has thought long and hard about the theoretical framework and jurisprudential base of international criminal law.

Keywords: Cherif Bassiouni; International Criminal Court (ICC); international criminal law; theoretical framework

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