The goal of this article is to encourage the international legal community to revisit its unexamined acceptance of strategic communications. This can lead to a debate that, at a minimum, should prompt Court supporters — specifically civil society members — to think carefully before engaging in conduct that creates dangerous consequences for the ICC.
Megan A. Fairlie,
Miranda and Its (More Rights-Protective) International Counterparts
, 20 U.C. Davis J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 1
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