The International Criminal Court: The Making of the Rome Statute: Issues, Negotiations and Resultsby Thomas H.C. Lee, United Nations Institute for, Project on International Courts and Tribunals
Pub. Date: 09/01/1999
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
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Table of Contents
Preface; United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
List of Contributors.
Key Terms and References.
Introduction: The Rome Conference and its Contributions to International Law; R.S. Lee.
One: The Principle of Complementarity; J.T. Holmes.
Two: Crimes Within the Jurisdiction of the Court; H. von Hebel, D. Robinson.
Three: Jurisdiction of the Court; E. Wilmshurst.
Four: The International Criminal Court and the Security Council; L. Yee.
Five: Composition and Administration of the Court; M.R. Rwelamira.
Six: The Role of the International Prosecutor; S.A. Fernández de Gurmendi.
Seven: International Criminal Law Principles; P. Saland.
Eight: International Criminal Law Procedures:
I. The Process of Negotiations; S.A. Fernándeze de Gurmendi.
II. Investigation and Prosecution; F. Guariglia.
III. The Trial Proceedings; H.-J. Behrens.
IV. Rights of Persons Suspected or Accused of a Crime; H. Friman.
V. Reparation to Victims; C. Muttukumaru.
VI. Protection of National Security Information; D.K. Piragoff.
VII. Appeal and Revision; H. Brady, M. Jennings.
Nine: International Cooperation and Judicial Assistance; P. Mochochoko.
Ten: Penalties; R.E. Fife.
Eleven: Establishing an Enforcement Regime; T.P. Chimimba.
Twelve: Gender Issues; C. Steains.
Thirteen: Participation of Non-Governmental Organizations; W. Pace, M. Thieroff.
Fourteen: Financing of the Court, Assembly of States Parties and the Preparatory Commission; S. Rama Rao.
Fifteen: Preamble and Final Clauses; T. Neroni Slade, R.S. Clark.
Sixteen: The development of the Rome Statute; P. Kirsch, QC.
Seventeen: The International Criminal Court: A Perspective; A. Bos.
Epilogue: Looking to the Future; G. Conso.
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