The International Criminal Court in the System of States and International Organizations

16 Leiden J. Int'l L. 553-591 (2003)

39 Pages Posted: 9 Aug 2015

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Kenneth S. Gallant

University of Arkansas at Little Rock - William H. Bowen School of Law

Date Written: December 7, 2000

Abstract

This paper addresses many of the issues raised by the existence of the International Criminal Court as an international organization. It includes such issues as the possible identity of the Assembly of States Parties as an Organ of the international organization created by the Rome Statute of the ICC, the ICC in the UN System, and the relationship between the ICC and the UN (especially concerning the relationship of the UN Security Council to the ICC).

Keywords: International Criminal Court, International Organizations, International Criminal Law, Treaty Law, Customary International Law, Organs of International Organizations

Suggested Citation

Gallant, Kenneth S., The International Criminal Court in the System of States and International Organizations (December 7, 2000). 16 Leiden J. Int'l L. 553-591 (2003). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2641190

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