The Relationship between National Jurisdictions and the ICC represents a Major Challenge for the Edifice of International Criminal Justice as a Whole and despite the recent Emphasis on Positive Complementarity, this Relationship Remains Ambiguous

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The International Criminal Court is said to be arguably the most influential international organisations created since the United Nations. However, despite the fact that 120 nation states signed the Rome Statute on July 17, 1998 to give birth to the International Criminal Court, it is felt that the jurisdiction of this Court is far too restrictive and often likely to be at odds with the national jurisdiction of nation states. This essay presents a discussion about the relationship between national jurisdictions and the International Criminal Court presenting a challenge to international criminal justice despite the emphasis on positive complementarity.
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September 30, 2011
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