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U.N. Security Council & the International Criminal Court: How Should They Relate?: 29th United Nations Issues Conference Report
U.N. Security Council & the International Criminal Court: How Should They Relate?: 29th United Nations Issues Conference Report
 
Our Price: $15.00
Year: 1998
Pages: 42
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756738334

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Richard H. Stanley (ed). Report of the 29th UN Issues Conference sponsored by The Stanley Found., Feb. 20-22, 1998, on the proposed International Criminal Court (ICC). The purpose of this conference was to bring together key players from national delegations, the non-governmental organization community, & ICC experts to discuss the relationship between the ICC & the Security Council, the independence of the prosecutor, & other controversial issues with the hope of moving toward consensus. Participants assessed the strengths & weaknesses of the current draft statute & explored how to ensure the integrity & neutrality of the court while at the same time recognizing & accommodating the Security Councilís role in securing international peace & justice.

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