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Is the International Criminal Court the Way Ahead?

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This article charts the development of the International Criminal Court against the backdrop of shifting international relations. It identifies the expressed hopes that the perpetrators of the gravest crimes will be brought to justice and considers the initial successes of the Court. It also addresses what may be fundamental weaknesses which may ultimately undermine the rule of law. To the question posed, an answer may be that the International Criminal Court remains a revolutionary innovation but lacks the power and jurisdiction to succeed in its main goal; the provision of justice for all victims of the gravest crimes known to humanity.

Affiliations: 1: Barrister at 36 Bedford Row, London, Visiting Scholar at the University of Exeter

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2016-12-11

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