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Reports from the Field: Norms, Rules, and the Meaning of the ICC
Description: How should we understand the purpose of the International Criminal Court? The Rome Statute is a dense and intricate document, as it incorporates an extensive set of principles and procedural rules drawn from international humanitarian, criminal, and human rights law. As such, identifying the ICC’s core functions and contributions can be difficult.
Date: 31 May 2010
Author: Adam Bower
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