Reflections on the International Criminal Court's Jurisdictional Reach

Criminal Law Forum 4:219-238

Posted: 10 May 2017  

Hector Olasolo

El Rosario University; Iberoamerican Institute of The Hague (IIH); The Hague University of Applied Sciences

Date Written: January 6, 2006

Abstract

This article studies addresses three main issues. First, it studies the relevant context for the analysis of the jurisdictional reach of the International Criminal Court. Second, it analyzes the personal, subject matter, temporal and territorial scope of the jurisdictional powers of the ICC. Finally, it considers whether or not the current limitations to the ICC’s jurisdictional reach today constitute a source of major concern for its consolidation as an effective body at the international level.

Suggested Citation

Olasolo, Hector, Reflections on the International Criminal Court's Jurisdictional Reach (January 6, 2006). Criminal Law Forum 4:219-238. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2962099

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