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This index presents a list of terms, concepts and cases relevant to the discussion of the law and practice of contemporary International Criminal Tribunals (ICTs). The book An Introduction to the Law of International Criminal Tribunals: A Comparative Study: Second Revised Edition provides an overview of contemporary ICTs, their legal characteristics, the most important international crimes falling within the jurisdictional purview of these ICTs, and presents a critical analysis of the practice of international criminal law (ICL), by discussing the International Criminal Court (ICC) within the geopolitical world order and the emergence of the newest method of promoting expedience in ICL, namely trials in absentia.

Keywords: geopolitical world order; International Criminal Court (ICC); international criminal law (ICL); International Criminal Tribunals (ICTs); jurisdictional purview



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