The International Criminal Court and Perceptions of Sovereignty, Colonialism and Pan-African Solidarity

African Yearbook of International Law, vol. 20, 2013-2014, p. 289-321

Posted: 21 Jul 2016

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Patryk I. Labuda

Polish Academy of Sciences - Institute of Legal Studies

Date Written: 2014

Abstract

Against the backdrop of rising tensions between the African Union and the International Criminal Court, this article analyzes three aspects of this debate: the relationship between the Court and state sovereignty, the Court's purportedly neo-colonial policies, and the resurgence of pan-African solidarity in the face of a perceived external threat.

Keywords: International Criminal Court, Africa, African Union

Suggested Citation

Labuda, Patryk I., The International Criminal Court and Perceptions of Sovereignty, Colonialism and Pan-African Solidarity (2014). African Yearbook of International Law, vol. 20, 2013-2014, p. 289-321, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2810484

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Polish Academy of Sciences - Institute of Legal Studies ( email )

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