The International Criminal Court in an Effective Global Justice System
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 justice. In this book, the authors analyze the earlier international tribunals established since the 1990s and the parallel national proceedings for each. In examining the ways in which the ICC can best coordinate with national processes this book considers the ICC’s present interactions with national jurisdictions and the statutory framework of the Rome Statute for interface with national jurisdictions.
xxi, 353 pages ; 24 cm
Edward Elgar Publishing
Cheltenham, UK : Northampton, MA, USA
International criminal courts, global justice
Criminal Law | International Law | Law
Carter, Linda E.; Ellis, Mark S.; and Jalloh, Charles Chernor, "The International Criminal Court in an Effective Global Justice System" (2016). Faculty Books. 11.