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The International Criminal Court and national jurisdictions

Nidal Nabil Jurdi

The International Criminal Court and national jurisdictions

a contentious relationship

by Nidal Nabil Jurdi

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Published by Ashgate in Farnham, Surrey, UK, Burlington, VT .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Nidal Nabil Jurdi
SeriesInternational and comparative criminal justice
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKZ6314 .J87 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24412780M
ISBN 109781409409168, 9781409409175
LC Control Number2010035142

The International Criminal Court is not a substitute for national courts. According to the Rome Statute, it is the duty of every State to exercise its criminal jurisdiction over those responsible for international crimes. The International Criminal Court can only intervene where a State is unable or unwilling. Read this book on Questia. "The International Criminal Court: Challenges to Achieving Justice and Accountability in the 21st Century brings together a wide variety of resources on the history, structure, and mandate of the ICC.

  International tribunals need to interface effectively with national jurisdictions, which includes coordination with domestic judicial prosecutions as well as an appreciation for other non-judicial types of transitional : Linda E. Carter, Mark Steven Ellis, Charles C. Jalloh. This chapter examines the theoretical foundations and the genealogy of international criminal jurisdiction in international law. While it is clear that international criminal jurisdiction cuts into national jurisdiction to a certain extent, the question concerning the proper foundation of international criminal jurisdiction—whether it rests on state consent or a mandate by the international Author: Kirsten Schmalenbach.

This book provides an in depth-examination of the principle of complementarity in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and the implications of that principle for the suppression of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes on the domestic level. The book is set against the general background of the suppression of these crimes on the domestic level, its potential and. The International Criminal Court in an Effective Global Justice System Linda E. Carter, Mark Steven Ellis and Charles C. Jalloh International tribunals need to interface effectively with national jurisdictions, which includes coordination with domestic judicial prosecutions .


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At a stage in its development when the workings of the International Criminal Court may be assessed, this timely volume provides valuable insights into its activities and, in particular, its interaction with national jurisdictions and international by: 2. The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions: The Principle of Complementarity (The Raoul Wallenberg Institute Human Rights Library) Jo Stigen The principle of complementarity provides a framework as to when the Prosecutor of the ICC may and should interfere vis-a-vis national judicial systems.

Book Description. At a stage in its development when the workings of the International Criminal Court may be assessed, this timely volume provides valuable insights into its activities and, in particular, its interaction with national jurisdictions and international organizations.

The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions: The Principle of Complementarity (The Raoul Wallenberg Institute Author: David P. Hein. The International Criminal Court (ICC or ICCt) is an intergovernmental organization and international tribunal that sits in The Hague, ICC has jurisdiction to prosecute individuals for the international crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of is intended to complement existing national judicial systems and it may therefore Seat: The Hague, Netherlands.

The International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions. DOI link for The International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions. The International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions bookAuthor: Hans-Peter Kaul. The United States is not a State Party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (Rome Statute), which founded the International Criminal Court (ICC) in as a permanent international criminal court to "bring to justice the perpetrators of the worst crimes known to humankind – war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide", when national courts are unable or unwilling to.

Part III Recent Developments on International Cooperation and National Implementation: The ICC and international criminal cooperation -- key aspects and fundamental necessities, Hans-Peter Kaul; Cooperation with the International Criminal Court: some thoughts on improvements under the current regime, H\u00C3\u00A5kan Friman; State cooperation.

Arsanjani, M.H., ‘ Reflections on the Jurisdiction and Trigger Mechanism of the International Criminal Court ’, in H.A.M. von Hebel et al.

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Asser Press, ). The International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions by Federica Gioia,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. At a stage in its development when the workings of the International Criminal Court may be assessed, this timely volume provides valuable insights into its activities and, in particular, its interaction with national jurisdictions and international organizations.

The contributors discuss a broad range of topics and present a 'first assessment' of complementarity. They address the issues at the. Africa and International Criminal Justice: Radical Evils and the International Criminal Court This book provides an overview of crimes under international law, radical evils, in a number of African states.

This overview informs a critical analysis of the debates surrounding the African Union's call for withdrawal from the International Criminal Court and proposes a way forward with a more Author: Robin Gardner.

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The judges of the court, called the International Criminal Court (ICC) and located at The Hague, were formally sworn in in The court is empowered to prosecute war crimes, genocide, crimes of aggression, and crimes against humanity.

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Kleffner. Handbook on Complementarity The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court is the treaty that created the International Criminal Court (ICC). It was signed by states in July and article that the ICC will be complementary to national jurisdictions.

This is where. The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions: The Principle of Complementarity. Leiden, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, DOI: /eji E-mail Citation» A laudable effort to analyze the complementarity principle in a.

In: The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions Author: Jo Stigen Page Count:Author: Jo Stigen.

In this context, i.e. the process of transfer of cases to national jurisdictions, complementarity has become a ‘main priority’ for the tribunals.

Under the Rome Statute, complementarity is not only a technical concept, but a systemic feature of the International Criminal Court (ICC). It marks the very foundation of a new system of by: 2.The book examines the principle of complementarity in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and the implications of that principle for the suppression of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes on the domestic level.

The book is set against the general background of the national suppression of these crimes, its potential and pitfalls.Collisions with national jurisdictions will force the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor into disputes with states which will raise questions very different from those normally.