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International Treaties

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  • Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (adopted 9 December 1948 entered into force 12 January 1951) 78 unts 1021.

  • International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid (adopted 30 November 1973 entered into force 18 July 1976) 1015 unts 14861.

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icc asp Resolutions and Papers

  • iccasp Resolution icc-asp/16/Res.5 on the activation of the jurisdiction of the Court over the crime of aggression available online at <https://asp.icc-cpi.int/iccdocs/asp_docs/Resolutions/asp16/icc-asp-16-Res5-ENG.pdf>.

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Case Law and Jurisprudence

International Court of Justice

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  • Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons (Advisory opinion) icj Rep 1996 p. 226.

International Criminal Court

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  • Situation in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (Request for authorisation of an investigation pursuant to article 15) icc-02/17-7-Conf-Exp (20 November 2017).

  • Situation in Kenya (Dissenting Opinion of Judge Hans-Peter Kaul) icc-01/09-19 (31 March 2010).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-3 ptchi (4 March 2009).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-139 ptchi (12 December 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-140 ptchi (13 December 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Order) icc-02/05-01/09-145 ptchii (15 February 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-147 ptchii (22 February 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-151 ptchii (26 March 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-159 ptchii (5 September 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-164 ptchii (10 October 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-195 ptchii (9 April 2014).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-302 ptchii (6 July 2017).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Minority Opinion of Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut) icc-02/05-01/09-302 (6 July 2017).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-309 ptchii (11 December 2017).

  • Prosecutor v.Jean-PierreBemba Gombo (Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for a Warrant of Arrest against Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo) icc-01/05-01/08-14 ptchiii (10 June 2008).

  • Prosecutor v. Jean Pierre Bemba Gombo (Decision) icc-01/05-01/08-802 ptchiii (24 June 2010).

  • Prosecutor v. Bemba (Judgment on the appeals of Mr Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo and the Prosecutor against the decision of Trial Chamber iii entitled ‘Decision on the admission into evidence of materials contained in the prosecution’s list of evidence’) icc-01/05-01/08-1386 ach (3 May 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo (Judgment) icc-01/05-01/08-3343 tchiii (21 March 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi (Decision) icc-01/11-01/11-344 ptchi (31 May 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah Al-Senussi (Judgment) icc-01/11-01/11 OA 4 ach (21 May 2014).

  • Prosecutor v. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah Al-Senussi (Judgment) icc-01/11-01/11-565 OA6 ach (24 July 2014).

  • Prosecutor v. Laurent Gbagbo (Decision) icc-02/ll-01/ll-9 ptchiii (30 November 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Simone Gbagbo (Judgment) icc-02/11-01/12-75 ach (27 May 2015).

  • Prosecutor v. Gbagbo & Blé Goudé (Directions on the conduct of proceedings) icc-02/11-01/15-205 tchi (3 September 2015).

  • Prosecutor v. Gbagbo & Blé Goudé (Decision on the submission and admission of evidence) icc-02/11-01/15-405 tchi (29 January 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Gbagbo & Blé Goudé (Decision adopting amended and supplemented directions on the conduct of the proceedings) icc-02/11-01/15-498 tchi (4 May 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Gbagbo & Blé Goudé (Decision on the Prosecutor’s application to introduce prior recorded testimony under Rules 68(2)(b) and 68(3)) icc-02/11-01/15-573 tchi (9 June 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Gbagbo & Blé Goudé (Judgment on the appeals of Mr Laurent Gbagbo and Mr Charles Blé Goudé against the decision of Trial Chamber i of 9 June 2016 entitled ‘Decision on the Prosecutor’s application to introduce prior recorded testimony under Rules 68(2)(b) and 68(3)’) icc-02/11-01/15-744 ach (1 November 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga (Decision on the confirmation of charges) icc-01/04-01/07-717 ptchi (14 October 2008).

  • Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga and Mathieu Ngudjulo Chui (Reasons for the Oral Decision) icc-01/04-01/07-1213 tchii (16 June 2009).

  • Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga and Mathieu Ngudjulo Chui (Judgment) icc-01/04-01/07 OA 8 ach (25 September 2009).

  • Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga (Judgment) icc-01/04-01/07-3436 tchii (7 March 2014).

  • Prosecutor v. Lubanga Dyilo (Decision) icc-01/04-01/06-8-US-Corr ptchi (24 February 2006).

  • Prosecutor v. Lubanga (Request Submitted Pursuant to Rule 103(1) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence for Leave to Participate as Amicus Curiae with Confidential Annex 2) icc-01/04-01/06-403 ptchi (7 September 2006).

  • Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo (Decision on the confirmation of charges) icc-01/04-01/06-803-tEN ptchi (29 January 2007).

  • Prosecutor v. Lubanga (Decision on Sentence Pursuant to Article 76 of the Statute) icc-01/04-01/06-2901 tchi (10 July 2012).

  • Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo (Judgment) icc-01/04-01/06-2842 tchi (14 March 2012).

  • Prosecutor v. Lubanga (Decision on Sentence Pursuant to Article 76 of the Statute) icc-01/04-01/06-2901 tchi (10 July 2012).

  • Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo (Judgment) icc-01/04-01/06-2842 tchi (14 March 2012).

  • Prosecutor v. Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi (Judgment and Sentence) icc-01/12-01/15-171 tchviii (27 September 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud (Mandat d’arrêt à l’encontre d’Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud) icc-01/12-01/18-2 ptchi (27 March 2018).

  • Prosecutor v. Muthaura et al. (Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for Summonses to Appear for Francis Kirimi Muthaura Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohammed Hussein Ali) icc-01/09-02/11-1 ptchii (8 March 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Francis Kirimi Muthaura Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohammed Hussein Ali (Decision) icc-01/09-02/11-96 ptchii (30 May 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Francis Kirimi Muthaura Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohammed Hussein Ali (Judgment) icc-01/09-02/11OA AP (30 May 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Francis Kirimi Muthaura Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohammed Hussein Ali (Decision) icc-01/09-02/11 OA AP (28 June 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Muthaura et al. (Decision on the Confirmation of Charges) icc-01/09-02/11-382 ptchii (23 January 2012).

  • Prosecutor v. Mbarushimana (Prosecution’s Application Under Article 58) icc-01/04-01/10-11-Red2 otp (20 August 2010).

  • Prosecutor v. Mbarushimana (Warrant of Arrest for Callixte Mbarushimana) icc-01/04-01/10-2 ptchi (11 October 2010).

  • Prosecutor v. Mbarushimana (Prosecution’s document containing the charges submitted pursuant to Article 61(3) of the Statute) icc-01/04-01/10-311-Conf-AnxA ptchi (3 August 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Mbarushimana (Decision on the Confirmation of Charges) icc-01/04-01/10-465-Red ptchi (16 December 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Francis Kirimi Muthaura Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohammed Hussein Ali (Application of the Government) icc-01/09-01/11-19 ptchii (31 March 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui (Decision) icc-01/04-02/07-3 ptchi (6 July 2007).

  • Prosecutor v. Bosco Ntaganda (Second decision on the Defence’s challenge to the jurisdiction of the Court in respect of Counts 6 and 9) icc-01/04-02/06-1707 tchvi (4 January 2017).

  • Prosecutor v. Bosco Ntaganda (Judgment on the appeal of Mr Ntaganda against the ‘Second decision on the Defence’s challenge to the jurisdiction of the Court in respect of Counts 6 and 9’) icc-01/04-02/06-1962 OA5 apch (15 June 2017).

  • Prosecutor v. Dominic Ongwen (Decision on the confirmation of charges against Dominic Ongwen) icc-02/04-01/15-422-red ptchii (23 March 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Ongwen (Initial Directions on the Conduct of the Proceedings) icc-02/04-01/15-497 tchix (13 July 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Ongwen (Decision on Prosecution Request to Submit Interception Related Evidence) icc-02/04-01/15-615 tchix (1 December 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. William Samoei Ruto Henry Kiprono Kosgey and Joshua Arap Sang (Judgment) icc-01/09-01/11OA AP (30 May 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. William Samoei Ruto Henry Kiprono Kosgey Josuha Arap Sang (Decision) icc-01/09-01/11-101 ptchii (30 May 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. William Samoei Ruto Henry Kiprono Kosgey and Joshua Arap Sang (Decision) icc-01/09-01/11 OA AP (28 June 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Ruto & Sang (Decision on the Prosecution’s Request for Admission of Documentary Evidence) icc-01/09-01/11-1353 tch V(A) (10 June 2014).

  • Prosecutor v. Ruto & Sang (Decision on Prosecution Request for Admission of Prior Recorded Testimony) icc-01/09-01/11-1938 tch V(A) (15 August 2015).

icty

  • Prosecutor v. Aleksovski (Judgement) icty-IT-95-14/1-A (24 March 2000).

  • Prosecutor v. Blaškić (Judgement) icty-IT-95-14-A (29 July 2004).

  • Prosecutor v. Čelebići (Judgement) icty-IT-96-21-A (20 February 2001).

  • Prosecutor v. Delalic et al. (Judgment) icty-IT-96-21-T (16 November 1998).

  • Prosecutor v. Furundzija (Judgment) icty-IT-95-17/-A (21 July 2000).

  • Prosecutor v. Gagovic et al. (Indictment) icty-IT-96-23-1 (26 June 1996).

  • Prosecutor v. Gotovina et al. (Judgement) icty-06-90-T (15 April 2011).

  • Prosecutor v Gotovina et al. (Appeal Judgement) IT-06-90-A (16 November 2012).

  • Prosecutor v. Karadžić (Judgement) icty-95-5/18-T (24 March 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Kordić and Čerkez (Judgment) icty-IT-95-14/2-T (26 February 2001).

  • Prosecutor v. Kordić and Čerkez (Judgment) icty-IT-95-14/2-A (17 December 2004).

  • Prosecutor v. Kunarac et al. (Judgment) icty-IT-96-23/1-T & IT-96-23/1-T (22 February 2001).

  • Prosecutor v. Kupreškić et al. (Judgment) IT-95-16-T (14 January 2000).

  • Prosecutor v. Kvocka et al. (Judgment) icty-IT-98-30/1-T (2 November 2001).

  • Prosecutor v. Ratko Mladič (Judgement) icty-09-92 (22 November 2017).

  • Prosecutor v. Mucić et al. (Čelebići Camp) (Judgement) icty-96-21-T (16 November 1998).

  • Prosecutor v Momčilo Perišić (Judgement) icty-04-81-T (6 September 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Momčilo Perišić (Appeal Judgement) IT-04-81-A (28 February 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Momčilo Perišić (Decision on Motion for Reconsideration) icty-04-81-A (20 March 2014).

  • Prosecutor v. Naletilic and Martinovic (Judgment) IT-98-34 (31 March 2003).

  • Prosecutor v. Biljana Plavšićicty-00-39&40-T (trial transcript of 17 December 2002).

  • Prosecutor v. Jadranko Prljić et al. (Judgement) icty-04-74-T (29 May 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Vojislav Šešelj (Judgement) icty-O3-67-T (31 March 2016).

  • Prosecutor v. Stakić (Judgment) IT-97-24-T (31 July 2003).

  • Prosecutor v. Stakić (Appeal Judgement) icty-97-24-A (22 March 2006).

  • Prosecutor v. Pavle Strugar (Judgement) icty-01-42-T (31 January 2005).

  • Prosecutor. v. Dusko Tadić (Decision on the Defence Motion on Jurisdiction) IT-94-1 (10 August 1995).

  • Prosecutor. v. Dusko Tadić (Decision on the Defence Motion for Interlocutory Appeal on Jurisdiction) IT-94-1 (2 October 1995).

  • Prosecutor v. Tadić (Opinion and Judgment) icty-IT-94-1-T (7 May 1997).

  • Prosecutor v. Tadić (Appeal Judgement) icty-94-1-A (15 July 1999).

ictr

  • Prosecutor v. Akayesu (Judgment) ictr-96-4-T (2 September 1998).

  • Prosecutor v. Gacumbtsi (Judgment) ictr 2001-64-T (17 June 2004).

  • Prosecutor v. Simba (Judgement) ictr-01-76-T (13 December 2005).

  • Prosecutor v. Musema (Judgement) ictr-96-13-T (27 January 2000).

scsl

  • Prosecutor v Brima et al. (Judgment) scsl-04-16-T tchii (20 June 2007).

  • Prosecutor v. Brima Kamara & Kanu (Judgment) scsl-2004-16-A (22 February 2008).

  • Prosecutor v. Sesay Kallon & Gbao (Judgment) scsl-04-15-T (2 March 2009).

  • Prosecutor v. Charles Taylor (Judgement) scsl-03-01-T (18 May 2012).

stl

  • Case No.: CH/ptj/2009/01 Order Directing the Lebanese Judicial Authority Seized with the Case of the Attack Against Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and Others to Defer to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (27 March 2009).

  • Case No.: CH/ptj/2009/06 Order Regarding the Detention of Persons Detained in Lebanon in Connection with the Case of the Attack Against Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and Others (29 April 2009).

  • Prosecutor v. Ayyash et al. (Interlocutory Decision on the Applicable Law: Terrorism Conspiracy Homicide Perpetration Cumulative Charging) stl-11-01/I/AC/R176bis (16 February 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Ayyash et al. (Decision on Defence Appeals Against Trial Chamber’s Decision on Reconsideration of the Trial In Absentia Decision) stl-11-01/PT/AC/AR126.1 (1 November 2012).

  • Prosecutor v. Ayyash et al.(Decision on Trial Management and Reasons for Decision on Joinder) stl-11-01/T/TC (25 February 2014).

Domestic Case Law

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  • Pinochet Belgium Court of First Instance of Brussels Judgment of 6 November 1998 119 ilr 349.

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  • FF v. Director of Public Prosecutions (Prince Nasser case) High Court of Justice Queen’s Bench Division Divisional Court Judgment of 7 October 2014 [2014] ewhc 3419 (Admin.).

  • In re Hussein Germany Higher Regional Court of Cologne Judgment of 16 May 2000 2 Zs 1330/99.

  • Fujimori Chile Supreme Court judge of first instance Judgment of 11 July 2007 case No. 5646-05.

  • Al Rabbat v wmc [2017] ewhc 1969 (Admin).

Other Case Law

Ministries Case in Trials of War Criminals before the Nuernberg Military Tribunals under Control Council Law No. 10 (US Government Printing Office 1950) available online <https://www.loc.gov/rr/frd/Military_Law/pdf/NT_war-criminals_Vol-XI.pdf>.

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General Assembly

Resolutions

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  • unga Res. 3314 (xxix) (14 December 1974).

  • unga Res. 36/106 (10 December 1981).

  • unga Res. 68/262 (1 April 2014).

  • unga Res. 71/248 (21 December 2016).

Other Documents

  • SG report to the GA 70/125 1 July 2015.

  • untaet Regulation No. 2000/15 on the Establishment of Panels with Exclusive Jurisdiction over Serious Criminal Offences untaet/reg/2000/15 (6 June 2000) available online at <https://peacekeeping.un.org/sites/default/files/past/etimor/untaetR/Reg0015E.pdf>.

Security Council

Resolutions

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  • unsc Res. 827 (25 May 1993) UN Doc. S/res/827 (1993).

  • unsc Res. 955 (8 November 1994) UN Doc. S/res/955 (1994).

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  • unsc Res. 1970 (26 February 2011) UN Doc. S/res/1970 (2011).

  • unsc Res. 2235 (7 August 2015) UN Doc. S/res/2235 (2015).

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  • unsc Res. 2379 (21 September 2017) UN Doc. S/res/2379 (2017).

Other Documents

  • jit report S/2016/738 24 August 2016.

  • jit report S/2017/904 26 October 2017.

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Human Rights Council

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  • hrc report 19/69 22 February 2012.

  • hrc report 28/18 13 March 2015.

  • hrc report 32/crp.2 15 June 2016.

  • hrc report 30/42 7 September 2015.

International Law Commission

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  • Fifth report on the immunity of State officials from foreign criminal jurisdiction (2016) UN Doc A/CN.4/701.

  • Report of the ILC 2017 gaor Seventy-second Session Supplement No. 10 (A/72/10).

UN Statements, Press Releases and Correspondence

  • Statement by the President of the Security Council UN Doc. S/prst/2005/4 15 February 2005.

  • Report of the Fact-finding Mission to Lebanon inquiring into the causes circumstances and consequences of the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri UN Doc. S/2005/203 24 March 2005.

  • Report of the International Independent Investigation Commission established pursuant to Security Council resolution 1595 UN Doc. S/2005/662 20 October 2005.

  • Letter dated 13 December 2005 from the Chargé d’affaires a.i. of the Permanent Mission of Lebanon to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General UN Doc. S/2005/783 13 December 2005.

  • Report of the Secretary-General pursuant to paragraph 6 of resolution 1644 UN Doc. S/2006/176 21 March 2006.

  • Letter dated 15 May 2007 from the Secretary-General to the President of the Security Council UN Doc. S/2007/281 16 May 2007.

icc Press Releases, Policy Reports and Other Documents

  • Declaratory statement by the Republic of South Africa on the decision to withdraw from the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (19 October 2016) C.N.786.2016.treaties-xviii.10.

  • Proposed Programme Budget for 2018 of the International Criminal Court icc-asp/16/10 11 September 2017.

  • Resolution RC/Res.5 10 June 2010 and the ‘new’ provisions of Article 8 (xiii) and (xiv) of the Rome Statute.

  • icc Information ‘Afghanistan Situation: How Victims and Their Representatives Can Submit Their Views to icc Judges’ (20 November 2017) <https://www.icc-cpi.int/Pages/item.aspx?name=171120-vprs-inf-afgh>.

  • icc Press Release ‘Germain Katanga Found Guilty of Four Counts of War Crimes and One Count of Crime Against Humanity Committed in Ituri drc’ (7 March 2014) <www.icc-cpi.int/Pages/item.aspx?name=pr986>.

  • icc Press Release ‘The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court Fatou Bensouda Publishes Comprehensive Policy Paper on Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes’ (icc Website 5 June 2014) <www.icc-cpi.int/Pages/item.aspx?name=pr1011>.

  • icc the Office of the Prosecutor ‘Policy Paper on Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes’ (June 2014) 3 <https://www.icc-cpi.int/iccdocs/otp/OTP-Policy-Paper-on-Sexual-and-Gender-Based-Crimes--June-2014.pdf>.

  • International Criminal Court ‘The Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court Opens its First Investigation’ icc-otp-20040623-59 (23 June 2004).

  • The Office of the Prosecutor ‘Situation in Mali – Article 53(1) Report’ (16 January 2013).

  • ‘Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court Fatou Bensouda regarding the conviction of Mr Jean-Pierre Bemba: “This case has highlighted the critical need to eradicate sexual and gender-based crimes as weapons in conflict”’ (21 March 2016) <https://www.icc-cpi.int/Pages/item.aspx?name=otp-stat-bemba-21-03-2016>.

  • icc Press Release ‘Situation in Mali: Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud Surrendered to the icc on Charges of Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes in Timbuktu’ (31 March 2018) <https://www.icc-cpi.int/Pages/item.aspx?name=pr1376>.

  • amdh-fidh ‘War Crimes in North Mali’ 12 <www.fidh.org/IMG/pdf/mali592ang.pdf>.

  • Resolution icc-asp/12/Res.7 adopted on 27 November 2013.

  • icc Press Release ‘Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court Fatou Bensouda re-opens the preliminary examination of the situation in Iraq’ (19 October 2014).

  • icc Office of the Prosecutor Report on Preliminary Examination Activities (2017) 4 December 2017.

  • International Criminal Court Press Release ‘The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court Fatou Bensouda requests judges for authorisation to open an investigation into the Situation of Georgia’ (icc-otp-20151013-PR1159 13 October 2015) <https://www.icc-cpi.int/Pages/item.aspx?name=pr1159>.

  • Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor icc-BD/05-01-09 23 April 2009.

  • otp Policy Paper on Preliminary Examinations November 2013.

  • otp Policy Paper on Case Selection and Prioritisation 15 September 2016.

  • otp response to communications received concerning Iraq (9 February 2006).

stl

  • Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Tribunal (stl-BD-2009-01-Rev.6-Corr.1).

  • Rules Governing the Detention of Persons Awaiting Trial or Appeal before the Tribunal (stl-BD-2009-02-Rev.1).

  • Directive on the Appointment and Assignment of Defence Counsel (stl/BD/2009/03/rev.3).

European Union

  • Council Decisions 2002/494/jha.

  • Council Decisions 2003/335/jha.

  • Council Decision of 13 June 2002 on Setting up a European Network of Contact Points in Respect of Persons Responsible for Genocide Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes (2002/494/jha) OJ L 167 26 June 2002.

  • Council Decision of 8 May 2003 on the Investigation and Prosecution of Genocide Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes (2003/335/jha) OJ L 118 14 May 2003.

AU

African Union (Assembly) ʻDecision on Africa’s Relationship with the International Criminal Court (icc)ʼ (AU Addis Ababa 2013) Ext/Assembly/AU/Dec.1.

Domestic Laws

  • Czech Republic Law. No. 40/2009 Coll. Criminal Code.

  • United Kingdom International Criminal Court Act 2001 11 May 2001.

  • usa American Service-Members’ Protection Act (30 July 2003) <https://2001-2009.state.gov/t/pm/rls/othr/misc/23425.htm>.

  • Russia Federal Constitutional Law N 6-ФКЗ О принятии в Российскую Федерацию Республики Крым и образовании в составе Российской Федерации новых субъектов Республики Крым и города федерального значения Севастополя (Law on admitting the Republic of Crimea to the Russian Federating and establishing within the Russian Federation new constituent entities of the Republic of Crimea and the city of federal significance Sevastopol) 21 March 2014.

Books

  • AlamuddinAmalet al. (eds.) The Special Tribunal for Lebanon: Law and Practice (Oxford University Press2014).

  • van AlebeekRosanneThe Immunity of States and Their Officials in International Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law (oup2008).

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  • AskinKelly DawnWar Crimes Against Women: Prosecution in International War Crimes Tribunals (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers1997).

  • BarrigaStefan and ClausKreßThe Travaux Prépartoires of the Crime of Aggression (Cambridge University Press2012).

  • Cherif BassiouniM.Crimes against Humanity in International Criminal Law (Martinus Nijhoff Publisher1999).

  • BoisterNeil and RobertCryerThe Tokyo International Military Tribunal: A Reappraisal (Oxford University Press2008).

  • BrammertzBaron Serge and MichelleJarvis (eds) Prosecuting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the icty (Oxford University Press2016).

  • CasseseAntonioInternational Criminal Law (Oxford University Press2003).

  • CasseseAntonio and coll. Cassese’s International Criminal Law (Oxford University Press3rd ed. 2013).

  • ChappellLouiseThe Politics of Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court: Legacies and Legitimacy (Oxford University Press2015).

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  • CryerRobertHakanFrimanDarrylRobinsonElizabethWilhumrstAn Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure (Cambridge University Press2010).

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  • DiveGérardBenjaminGoes and DamienVandermeerschFrom Rome to Kampala: The first 2 amendments to the Rome Statute (Bruylant2012).

  • FerenczBenjamin B.Defining International Aggression – The Search for World Peace: A Documentary History and Analysis (2 vols. Oceana Publications1975).

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  • GrzebykPatrycjaCriminal Responsibility for the Crime of Aggression (Routledge 2015).

  • HathawayOona A. and Scott J.ShapiroThe Internationalists. How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World (Simon & Schuster2017).

  • HaynerPriscilla B.Unspeakable Truths: Transitional Justice and the Challenge of Truth Commissions (RoutledgeNew York2011).

  • HazanPierreJustice in a Time of War (Texas A M University Press2004).

  • JallohCharles C. and IliasBantekas (eds.) The International Criminal Court and Africa (oup2017).

  • KaleckWolfgangDouble Standards: International Criminal Law and the West (BrusselsTorkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher2015).

  • KamtoMauriceL’agression en droit international (Editions A. Pedone2010).

  • LipovskýMilanZločin agrese v Římském statutu Mezinárodního trestního soudu po revizní konferenci v Kampale (PF UKPraha2017).

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  • MackanzieRuthCesareRomanoYuvalShanyPhilippeSandsThe manual on International Courts and Tribunals (Oxford University Press2010).

  • McDougallCarrieThe Crime of Aggression under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (Cambridge University Press2013).

  • NovotnáKateřinaHead of State Immunity in International Law: The Charles Taylor Case before the Special Court for Sierra Leone (Masaryk University2013).

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  • O’KeefeRogerInternational Criminal Law (Oxford University Press2015a).

  • PedrettiRamonaImmunity of Heads of State and State Officials for International Crimes (Brill2015).

  • SchabasWilliamThe International Criminal Court: A Commentary on the Rome Statute (2nd edOxford University Press2016a).

  • SchabasWilliamGenocide in International Law. The Crime of Crimes (Cambridge University Press2009).

  • SchabasWilliam A.An Introduction to the International Criminal Court. 5th ed. (Cambridge: cup2017).

  • SellarsKirsten‘Crimes Against Peace’ and International Law (Cambridge University Press2013).

  • SoleraOscarDefining the Crime of Aggression (Cameron May 2007).

  • StahnCarstenThe Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court (Oxford University Press2015a).

  • StigenJoThe Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions The principle of Complementarity (Martinus Nijhof Publishers2008).

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  • ŠturmaPavelMezinárodní trestní soud a stíhání zločinů podle mezinárodního práva (KarolinumPraha2002).

  • ŠturmaPavelet al.Immunities of States and Their Officials in Contemporary International Law (Passau-Berlin-Prague: rww2017).

  • TotaniYumaThe Tokyo War Crimes Trial: The Pursuit of Justice in the Wake of World War II (Harvard University Press2009).

  • VishinskyY. (ed) Hitlerite Responsibility Under Criminal Law transl. by A.Rothstein (Hutchinson & Co. 1945).

  • WilsonWilliamCriminal Law. Doctrine and Theory (Pearson Education Limited2008).

  • YoshimiYoshiakiComfort Women: Sexual Slavery in the Japanese Military during World War II (SuzanneO’Brien tr Columbia University Press2000).

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Articles and Chapters in Books

  • AkandeDapoThe Legal Nature of Security Council Referrals to the icc and its Impact on Al Bashir’s Immunities’ (2009a) 7(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice342.

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  • AkandeDapoIs There Still a Need for Guidelines for the Exercise of icc Prosecutorial Discretion?ejil! Talk (28 October 2009b) <https://www.ejiltalk.org/is-there-still-a-need-for-guidelines-for-the-exercise-of-icc-prosecutorial-discretion/>.

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  • AkandeD. and S.ShahImmunities of State Officials, International Crimes, and Foreign Domestic Courts21ejil (2010).

  • AllainJeanThe Definition of “Slavery” in General International Law and the Crime of Enslavement within the Rome Statute’ (2007) Guest Lecture Series of the Office of the Prosecutor <www.icc-cpi.int/NR/rdonlyres/069658BB-FDBD-4EDD-8414543ecb1FA9DC/0/iccotp20070426Allain_en.pdf>.

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  • AmbosKaiInternational criminal procedure: “adversarial”, “inquisitorial” or mixed?International Criminal Law Review Vol. 3(1) 2003.

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  • AnggadiFrancesGregFrench and JamesPotterNegotiating the Elements of the crime of aggression’ in StefanBarriga and ClausKreßThe Travaux Prépartoires of the Crime of Aggression (Cambridge University Press2012).

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  • AskinKellyKatanga Judgment Underlines Need for Stronger ICC Focus on Sexual Violence’ (Open Society Foundations 11 March 2014) <www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/katanga-judgment-underlines-need-stronger-icc-focus-sexual-violence>.

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  • BadarMohamed ElewaThe Mental Element in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary from a Comparative Criminal Law PerspectiveCriminal Law Forum2008.

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  • BalesKevin“No One Shall be Held in Slavery or Servitude”: A Critical Analysis of International Slavery Agreements and Concepts of Slavery’ (2001) 2(2) Human Rights Review18.

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  • BarrigaStefanNegotiating the Amendments on the crime of aggression’ in StefanBarriga and ClausKreßThe Travaux Prépartoires of the Crime of Aggression (Cambridge University Press2012).

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  • BarrigaStefan and NielsBlokkerEntry into Force and Conditions for the Exercise of Jurisdiction: Cross-Cutting Issues in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017a).

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  • BarrigaStefan and NielsBlokkerConditions for the Exercise of Jurisdiction Based on Security Council Referrals in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017b).

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  • BarrigaStefan and NielsBlokkerConditions for the Exercise of Jurisdiction Based on State Referrals and Proprio Motu Investigations in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017c).

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  • BarrigaStefan and LeenaGroverA Historic Breakthrough on the Crime of Aggression’ (2011) 105Am. J. Int’l L.517.

  • BartelsRogierDealing with the Principle of Proportionality in Armed Conflict in Retrospect: The Application of the Principle in International Criminal Trials’ (2013) 46 (2) ilr271315.

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  • BartelsRogierDenying Humanitarian Access as an International Crime in Times of Non-International Armed Conflict: The Challenges to Prosecute and Some Proposals for the Future’ (2015) 48 (3) ilr281307.

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  • BelliardEdwigeFrance’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • BensoudaFatouGender and Sexual Violence Under the Rome Statute’ in EmmanuelDecauxet al. (eds) From Human Rights to International Criminal Law: Studies in Honour of an African Jurist The Late Judge Laity Kama (Brill2007).

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  • BenvenutiPaoloThe icty Prosecutor and the Review of the nato Bombing Campaign against the Federal Republic of YugoslaviaEuropean Journal of International Law (2001) Vol. 12. no. 3.

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  • BenzingMarkusThe Complementarity Regime of the International Criminal Court: International Criminal Justice between State Sovereignty and the Fight against ImpunityMax Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law2003 Volume 7.

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  • BergsmoMortenOlympiaBekouAnnikaJonesComplementarity after Kampala: Capacity Building and the icc’s Legal Tools’ (2010) 2Goettingen Journal of International Law.

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  • BianchiAndreaImmunity versus Human Rights: The Pinochet Case10esil (1999).

  • BiatoMarcel and MarceloBöhlkeBrazil’ in Kreß and Barriga (eds) in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • BílkováVeronikaPost-Second World War Trials in Central and Eastern Europe’ in MortenBergsmoWui LingCheahPingYi (eds) Historical Origins of International Criminal Law (Torkel Opsahl Academic Epublisher2014).

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  • BovdunovAleksandr‘Putting the end to bloodshed: how Minsk Agreements changed the situation in Donbas’ (Положить конец кровопролитию: как Минские соглашения изменили ситуацию в Донбассе)RT Novosti (12 February 2018) <https://russian.rt.com/ussr/article/480159-minskie-soglasheniya-tri-goda-perspektivy>.

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  • BruhaThomasThe General Assembly’s Definition of the Act of Aggression’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • CasseseAntonioTerrorism is Also Disrupting Some Crucial Legal Categories of International Law’ (2001) 12European Journal of International Law993.

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  • CasseseAntonioThe Statute of the International Criminal Court: Some Preliminary Reflections10ejil143 (1999).

  • ČepelkaČestmírThe Concept of Crimes against HumanityCzech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law vol. 8 (2017).

  • ChappellLouiseThe Politics of Gender Justice at the icc: Legacies and Legitimacy’ (ejil: Talk! 9 December 2016) <https://www.ejiltalk.org/the-politics-of-gender-justice-at-the-icc-legacies-and-legitimacy/>.

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  • ChappellLouiseConflicting Institutions and the Search for Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court’ (2014) 67(1) Political Research Quarterly183.

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  • ChatidouEleniFranziskaEckelmans and BarbaraRocheThe Judicial Function of the Pre-Trial Division’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • ChertoffEmilyProsecuting Gender-Based Persecution: The Islamic State at the icc’ (2017) 126 (4) The Yale Law Journal.

  • CiampiAnnalisaThe Obligation to Cooperate’ in AntonioCasseseet al. (eds) The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary (Oxford University Press2002).

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  • ClarkRoger S.Negotiations on the Rome Statute in Kreß and Barriga (eds) in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • ClarkRoger S.Rethinking Aggression as a Crime and Formulating Its Elements: The Final Work-Product of the Preparatory Commission for the International Criminal Court15Leiden Journal of International Law (2002) 859890.

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  • CondorelliLuigiSantiagoVillalpandoCan the Security Council Extend the icc’s Jurisdiction?’ in AntonioCasseseet al. (eds) The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary (Oxford University Press2002).

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  • CopelonRhondaGender Crimes as War Crimes: Integrating Crimes Against Women into International Criminal Law’ (2000–2001) 46McGill Law Journal217.

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  • CroweDavid M.The Nuremberg and Tokyo imt Trials’ in Joanne M.ChoLeeRobertsChristian W.Spang (eds) Transnational Encounters between Germany and Japan: Palgrave Series in Asian German Studies (Palgrave Macmillan2016).

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  • DakhilVianAldo ZammitBorda and Alexander R.J.MurrayCalling isil Atrocities Against the Yezidis by Their Rightful Name: Do They Constitute the Crime of Genocide?’ (2017) 17 (2) hrlr261283.

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  • DannerAllison MarstonEnhancing the Legitimacy and Accountability of Prosecutorial Discretion at the International Criminal Court’ (2003) The American Journal of International Law97(3) 510.

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  • DavisCalePolitical considerations in prosecutorial discretion at the International Criminal Court’ (2015) International Criminal Law Review15(1).

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  • DersoSolomon Ayelle ʻThe AU’s Extraordinary Summit decisions on Africa-icc Relationshipʼ (ejil: Talk! 28 October 2013) <https://www.ejiltalk.org/the-aus-extraordinary-summit-decisions-on-africa-icc-relationship/>.

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  • DickinsonLaura and AlexWhitingExpert Q&A: The International Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Probe and the USJust Security (26 March 2018) <https://www.justsecurity.org/54276/backgrounder-icc-afghanistan-probe-us-expert-qa/>.

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  • DörmannKnutWar Crimes under the Rome Statute of the icc’ in A.vonBogdandyRudigerWolfrum (eds.) Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Vol. 7 (2003).

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  • DrumblMarkGender Justice and International Criminal Law: Peeking and Peering Beyond Stereotypes. Book Discussion’ (ejil: Talk! 21 December 2016a) <https://www.ejiltalk.org/author/mdrumbl/>.

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  • DrumblMarkVictims Who Victimise’ (2016b) 4 (2) London Review of International Law217.

  • DrumblMarkShifting Narratives: Ongwen and Lubanga on the Effects of Child Soldiering’ (Justice in Conflict 20 April 2016c) <https://justiceinconflict.org/2016/04/20/shifting-narratives-ongwen-and-lubanga-on-the-effects-of-child-soldiering/>.

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  • ElliottIngridA Meaningful Step towards Accountability? A View from the Field on the United Nations International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism for Syria’ (2017) 15 (2) jicj239256.

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  • FerenczBenjamin B.Epilogue. The Long Journey to Kampala: A Personal Memoir’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • ForestierMarieicc to War Criminals: Destroying Shrines Is Worse Than Rape’ (Foreign Policy 22 August 2016) <http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/08/22/icc-to-war-criminals-destroying-shrines-is-worse-than-rape-timbuktu-mali-al-mahdi/>.

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  • GaetaPaolaDoes President Al Bashir Enjoy Immunity from Arrest?’ (2011) 7(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice325.

  • GaetaPaolaImmunities and Genocide’ in PaolaGaeta (ed) The UN Genocide Convention: A Commentary (Oxford University Press2009).

  • GalbraithJeanThe Bush Administration’s Response to the International Criminal Court’ (2003) Berkeley J. Int’l L.21.

  • GallmetzerReinholdThe Trial Chamber’s discretionary power to devise the proceedings before it and its exercise in the trial of Thomas Lubanga Dyilo’ in CarstenStahnThe emerging practice of the International Criminal Court (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers1st ed.2009).

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  • GillettMatthewThe Call of Justice: Obligations under the Genocide Convention to Cooperate with the International Criminal Court’ (2012) 23(1–3) Criminal Law Forum.

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  • GoldstoneRichard J.Prosecuting Rape as a War Crime’ (2002) 34Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law277.

  • GoodfellowNicholas A.The Miscategorization of “Forced Marriage” as a Crime against Humanity by the Special Court for Sierra Leone’ (2011) 11(5) International Criminal Law Review831.

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  • GrewalKiranThe Protection of Sexual Autonomy under International Criminal Law’ (2012) 10Journal of International Criminal Justice373.

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  • GreyRosemaryInternational Criminal Court Poised to Interpret the Crime of “Gender-Based Persecution” for the First Time’ (IntLawGrrls 12 April 2018) <https://ilg2.org/2018/04/12/international-criminal-court-poised-to-interpret-the-crime-of-gender-based-persecution-for-the-first-time/>.

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  • GreyRosemary and LouiseChappellProsecuting Sex Crimes in the icc’s First Trial: One Step Forward and One Step Backwards’ (2011) 20(3) Human Rights Defender5.

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  • GromovAleksei‘Criminals from the Ukrainian Armed Forces: Ukrainian criminals will be pursued all over the world’ (Уголовники из ВСУ: украинских военных преступников будут искать по всему миру)Federal News Agency (26 June 2017) <https://riafan.ru/840378-ugolovniki-iz-vsu-ukrainskih-voennyh-prestupnikov-budut-iskat-po-vsemu-miru>.

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  • HansenThomas ObelA critical review of the icc’s recent practice concerning admissibility challenges and complementarity13Melbourne Journal of International Law (2012).

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  • Hans-JörgBehrensThe Trial Proceedings’ in Roy S.Lee (ed.) The International Criminal Court: the making of the Rome Statute – issues negotiations results (New YorkKluwer Law International2002).

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  • HayesNiamh(Draft) Sisyphus Wept: Prosecuting Sexual Violence at the International Criminal Court’ in NiamhHayesYvonneMcDermott and William A. Schabas (eds) The Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives (Ashgate2013) <https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2021249>.

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  • Adi Libsker-HazutCyber-Crimes in the International Criminal Court: What Is and What Ought to Be’ (Cyber Security Research Center, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) <http://csrcl.huji.ac.il/book/cyber-crimes-international-criminal-court-what-and-what-ought-be>.

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  • HechlerSamanthaProsecuting Islamic State Members for Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes Committed against Yazidi Women and Girls’ (2017) 25cjicl595624.

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  • HolaBarboraInternational Sentencing “A Game of Russian Roulette or Consistent Practice?”’ (2012) VU University Amsterdam.

  • De HooghAndréAbelKnottnerus. ‘icc Issues New Decision on Al-Bashir’s Immunities – But Gets the Law Wrong … Again’. (ejil: Talk! 18 April 2014) <http://www.ejiltalk.org/icc-issues-new-decision-on-al-bashirs-immunities-%E2%80%92-but-gets-the-law-wrong-again/>.

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  • IkenberryJohn G.The Plot against American Foreign Policy: Can the Liberal Order Survive?’ (2017) Foreign Aff.96.

  • JayasimhaShreyasVictor’s Justice, Crime of Silence and the Burden of Listening: Judgement of the Tokyo Tribunal 1948, Women’s International War Crimes Tribunal 2000 and Beyond’ (2001) 1Law Social Justice & Global Development Journal <www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/lgd/2001_1/jayasimha/>.

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  • JonesAnnikaSeeking International Criminal Justice in Syria’ (2013) 89ils802816.

  • JuraszOlgaGender-Based Crimes at the icc: Where Is the Future?’ (2014) 108American Society of International Law429.

  • KaufmanZachary D.The Nuremberg Tribunal v. the Tokyo Tribunal: Designs, Staffs and Operations’ (2010) 43The John Marshall Law Review753.

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  • KaulHans-PeterDer Beitrag Deutschlands zum Völkerstrafrecht’ in C.Safferling/S.Kirsch (eds) VölkerstrafrechtspolitikSpringer20145184.

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  • KimYoung S.Republic of Korea (South Korea)’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • KirschStefanTrial Proceedings before the icc6Int’l Crim. L. Rev.275 Vol. 6 Issue 22006.

  • KiyaniAsad ‘Al-Bashir and the icc: The Problem of Head of State Immunity’ (2013) 12(3) Chinese Journal of International Law486501.

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  • KohHarold H. and Todd F.BuchwaldUnited States’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • KoskenniemiMarttiA Trap for the Innocent…’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017).

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  • KreßClausGermany and the Crime of Aggression’ in S.LintonG.Simpson and W.A.Schabas (eds) For the Sake of Present and Future Generations. Essays on International Law Crime and Justice in Honour of Roger S. Clark (Brill/Nijhoff2015).

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  • KreßClausThe Procedural Law of the International Criminal Court in Outline: Anatomy of a Unique CompromiseJournal of International Criminal Justice Vol. 1 No.1 (2003).

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  • KreßClausWar crimes committed in non-international armed conflicts and the emerging system of International criminal justice30Israel Yearbook on Human Rights110 (2000).

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  • KreßClausThe State Conduct Element’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017a).

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  • KreßClausIntroduction: The Crime of Aggression and the International Legal Order’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 volsCambridge University Press2017b).

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  • KreßClausThe Procedural Texts of the International Criminal CourtJournal of International Criminal Justice Vol. 5 No. 2.

  • KreßClaus and LeonievonHoltzendorffThe Kampala Compromise on the Crime of Aggression8jicj (2010) 11791217.

  • KreßClausStefanBarrigaLeenaGrover and LeonievonHoltzendorffNegotiating the Understandings on the crime of aggression’ in StefanBarriga and ClausKreßThe Travaux Prépartoires of the Crime of Aggression (Cambridge University Press2012).

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  • KressClausWitnesses in proceedings before the International Criminal Court: An Analysis in Light of Comparative Criminal Law’ in HorstFisheret al.International and National Prosecution of Crimes Under International Law (Arno Spitz Verlag2001).

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  • KuzminGennady and IgorPaninRussia’ in C.Kreß and S.Barriga (eds) The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary (2 vols Cambridge University Press2017).

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  • LattmannTamásSituations Referred to the International Criminal Court by the United Nations Security Council – “ad hoc Tribunalisation” of the Court and its DangersPécs Journal of International and European Law Vol. 2016/2.

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  • Lattmann Tamás ‘All’s wrong that starts wrong – withdrawals from the International Criminal Court’ International Law Reflections 2017/2/EN available online at http://www.dokumenty-iir.cz/ILR/Reflection_7.pdf.

  • LipovskýMilanThe Understandings to the Rome Statute’s Crime of Aggression’ (2015a) 6Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law.

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  • LipovskýMilanSeveral Comments on the Crime of Aggression after Kampala (1 October 2015b). Charles University in Prague Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2015/II/3. Available at ssrn: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2673690.

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  • LubanDavidA Theory of Crimes against Humanity29Yale Journal of International Law29 (2004).

  • MacleodIain and ShehzadCharaniaThree Challenges for the International Criminal Court’ (oupblog 16 November 2015) <https://blog.oup.com/2015/11/three-challenges-international-criminal-court/>.

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  • MaierNicole BrigitteThe Crime of Rape under the Rome Statute of the icc: with a Special Emphasis on the Jurisprudence of the Ad Hoc Criminal Tribunals’ (2011) 3(2) Amsterdam Law Forum146.

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  • MannixBridgetA Quest for Justice: Investigating Sexual and Gender-Based Violence at the International Criminal Court’ (2014–2015) 21(7) James Cook University Law Review1.

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Domestic Reports Press Releases and Other Documents

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References
  • Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (adopted 17 July 1998 entered into force 1 July 2002) 2187 unts 3.

  • Charter of the United Nations (adopted 26 June 1945 entered into force 24 October 1945) 892 unts 119.

  • Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (adopted 9 December 1948 entered into force 12 January 1951) 78 unts 1021.

  • International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid (adopted 30 November 1973 entered into force 18 July 1976) 1015 unts 14861.

  • Convention against Torture and Other Cruel Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (adopted 10 December 1984 entered into force 26 June 1987) 1465 unts 85.

  • Charter of the International Military Tribunal for the Trial of the Major War Criminals appended to Agreement for the Prosecution and Punishment of the Major War Criminals of the European Axis (adopted 8 August 1945 entered into force 8 August 1945) 82 unts 279.

  • Convention on the Prohibition of the Use Stockpiling Production and Transfer of Anti-personnel Mines and on their Destruction (adopted 18 September 1997 entered into force 1 March 1999) 2056 unts 211.

  • Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (adopted 8 June 1977 entered into force 7 December 1978) 1125 unts 3.

  • Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 and relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts (adopted 8 June 1977 entered into force 7 December 1978) 1125 unts 609.

  • iccasp Resolution icc-asp/16/Res.5 on the activation of the jurisdiction of the Court over the crime of aggression available online at <https://asp.icc-cpi.int/iccdocs/asp_docs/Resolutions/asp16/icc-asp-16-Res5-ENG.pdf>.

  • icc Revision Conference resolution RC/Res. 6 (11 June 2010) available online at <https://asp.icc-cpi.int/iccdocs/asp_docs/Resolutions/RC-Res.6-ENG.pdf>.

  • iccasp Non-paper by the Chairman on the Elements of Crimes (28 May 2009) available online at <https://asp.icc-cpi.int/iccdocs/asp_docs/SWGCA/Non-paper-Elements-of-the-CoA-28May2009-ENG.pdf>.

  • Case Concerning the Arrest Warrant of 11 April 2000 (drc v. Belgium) (Judgment) [2002] icj Rep 2002 p. 3.

  • Jurisdictional Immunities of the State (Germany v. Italy: Greece intervening) (Judgment) [2012] icj Rep 2012 p. 99.

  • Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro) (Judgment) [2007] icj Rep 2007 p. 43.

  • Reparation for injuries suffered in the service of the United Nations (Advisory Opinion) icj Rep 1949 p. 174.

  • Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons (Advisory opinion) icj Rep 1996 p. 226.

  • Situation in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan icc-02/17 (20 November 2017).

  • Situation in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (Request for authorisation of an investigation pursuant to article 15) icc-02/17-7-Conf-Exp (20 November 2017).

  • Situation in Kenya (Dissenting Opinion of Judge Hans-Peter Kaul) icc-01/09-19 (31 March 2010).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-3 ptchi (4 March 2009).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-139 ptchi (12 December 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-140 ptchi (13 December 2011).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Order) icc-02/05-01/09-145 ptchii (15 February 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-147 ptchii (22 February 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-151 ptchii (26 March 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-159 ptchii (5 September 2013).

  • Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir (Decision) icc-02/05-01/09-164 ptchii (10 October 2013).

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