The International Criminal Court: the making of the Rome Statute : issues, negotiations and results

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Roy S. K. Lee
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 06.09.1999 - 657 Seiten
"In cooperation with the Project on International Courts and Tribunals."--T.p.
 

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INTRODUCTION THE ROME CONFERENCE AND ITS CONTRIBUTIONS
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sador Erkki Kourula of Finland who coordinated consultations on
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CHAPTER ONE THE PRINCIPLE OF COMPLEMENTARITY
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CHAPTER TWO CRIMES WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF THE COURT
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CHAPTER THREE JURISDICTION OF THE COURT
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CHAPTER FOUR THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
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CHAPTER FIVE COMPOSITION AND ADMINISTRATION
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CHAPTER SIX THE ROLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL PROSECUTOR
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Appeal and Revision
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CHAPTER TEN PENALTIES
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CHAPTER ELEVEN ESTABLISHING AN ENFORCEMENT REGIME
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CHAPTER THIRTEEN PARTICIPATION OF NONGOVERNMENTAL
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CHAPTER FIFTEEN PREAMBLE AND FINAL CLAUSES
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CHAPTER SIXTEEN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROME STATUTE
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EPILOGUE LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
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CHAPTER SEVEN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW PRINCIPLES
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CHAPTER EIGHT INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW PROCEDURES
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Reparation to Victims
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RESOLUTION OF THE CONFERENCE
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SUBJECT INDEX
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