International Criminal Justice on the Move
Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 50, No. 4, pp. 569-584, October-December 2008
16 Pages Posted: 23 Feb 2009
Date Written: 2008
This article explores key decisions creating a new framework for international criminal justice since the early 1990s and assesses whether they are proving meaningful over time. It touches on the relevance of these developments to India. The UN Security Council's role - a cockpit for much geostrategic and normative arm-wrestling among the great powers - in spurring (and occasionally seeking to break) these developments is often underestimated and is highlighted in this policy comment.
Keywords: International Criminal Justice, International Criminal Court, UN, Security Council, Genocide, Bosnia, Sudan, India
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