"This volume is the most comprehensive study of the rapidly evolving International Criminal Court (ICC) providing a probing analysis of such topics as jurisdiction, operations and the procedural regime of the court. This book begins with a superb historical sketch on the path of international criminal law: its fundamental concepts, history, and significance."
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The International Criminal Court acts when national justice systems are unwilling or unable to do so. Written by the leading expert in the field, this fourth edition considers the International Criminal Court's rulings, its political context and the recent addition of the crime of aggression to the jurisdiction of the Court.