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This bibliography section of this book The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions contains a list of reference articles and sources. The book discusses two main questions: First, when has a state failed to conduct adequate criminal proceedings? And second, when, among all the instances of such failure, should the ICC, with its limited resources, interfere? The answer to both questions lies in the principle of complementarity which governs the ICC's exercise of jurisdiction.

Keywords: complementarity principle; criminal proceedings; national jurisdictions

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