The International Criminal Court: The Anatomy of a Case

Van, S. B., & Slye, R. (2014). International criminal law and its enforcement. New York, NY: Foundation Press.

16 Pages Posted: 30 Jul 2014 Last revised: 3 Apr 2016

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Beth Van Schaack

Stanford Law School

Ronald C. Slye

Independent; Seattle University School of Law

Date Written: 2014

Abstract

This excerpt from the 3rd edition of Van Schaack/Slye’s International Criminal Law & Its Enforcement (Foundation Press 2014) traces the initiation of a case before the International Criminal Court with reference to: preconditions for jurisdiction, trigger mechanisms, preliminary examinations, investigations, complementarity, the confirmation of charges, trial, and appeal. The origins and particularities of each of the Court’s current situations and cases is discussed.

Keywords: International criminal court, international criminal law, complementarity, Sudan, jurisdiction, crimes against humanity, genocide, security council

JEL Classification: K14, K33, K41, K42

Suggested Citation

Van Schaack, Beth and Slye, Ronald C., The International Criminal Court: The Anatomy of a Case (2014). Van, S. B., & Slye, R. (2014). International criminal law and its enforcement. New York, NY: Foundation Press., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2473184

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