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A Note on Sources and Research Methods

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This chapter provides a note on sources and methods involved in the research of International Criminal Court (ICC) negotiation process. For research, the authors used primary sources: personal interviews with participants, and their writings and personal materials. They interviewed participants from all the main actors in the negotiations. The perspectives of many different actors helped us to triangulate not only what happened in particular event or sequence of actions, but also how those developments appeared to those engaged in them. The authors have mined this major part of the literature for bits and nuggets of information about the conduct of participants and the events that went into shaping these issues as they now appear in the Rome Statute. Finally, the research gives a sharp sense of the sweep, complexity, and breadth of the negotiations for the Rome Statute during a particular time with its own special circumstances, trends, and happenings.

Keywords:International Criminal Court (ICC); negotiation process; Rome Statute



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