The Rome Statute for an International Criminal Court: A Commentary

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These volumes offer an opportunity to revisit the whole of international criminal law. It appraises the contribution made to international criminal law by post-World War II national criminal courts and tribunals, and it makes a critical assessment of the Rome Statute as a viable working tool for international criminal justice.

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Judge Antonio Cassese is Professor of International Law at Florence University, Former President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and former Presiding Judge of Trial Chamber II, member of the Institut de droit international. Paola Gaeta is Associate Professor of International Law, Florence University John R.W.D. Jones is a Barrister at Charter Chambers, London

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"This impressive collection is a valuable contribution that brings together some leading thinkers in one of the significant early efforts to initiate a critical discussion about the ICC in the broader context of an international criminal justice system."--The American Journal of International Law


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