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  1. The International Criminal Court is neither able nor intended to investigate all situations of crisis across the world. Selectivity is unavoidable for the operation of this international organization. However, the authority of the Prosecutor of the Court to select and prioritize a situation over other situations is not unfettered.
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  2. This fiftieth volume of the Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals contains decisions taken by the International Criminal Court from 2009-2010.
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  3. Following World War Two, the progress towards international accountability and international criminal justice came to a halt as a result of the Cold War. But only three years since the end of the Cold War the international community was forced to face the ethnic tensions and civil war tearing apart the republics that once comprised the former Yugoslavia. The investigation into the conflict is detailed in this book including the uncovering of 1...
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  4. This book offers an analysis of the existing normative framework regulating the right to reparation for child victims of armed conflict. The study questions whether the current framework is sufficiently developed to provide child victims with adequate, effective and prompt reparations.
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  5. Through a comparative case study of Pol Pot and Slobodan Milosevic this book looks at the role ideology plays in the decision-making process of the dictator.
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  6. This book offers an overview of the challenges occurring in the emerging regime of international criminal justice as a tool of sustainable peace. It illustrates the impact of such regime in international law and international relations focusing on the obstacles and concerns of its governance in the context of the maintenance and restoration of international peace and security.
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  7. While the ICC can be said to contribute to criminal justice in Africa, it cannot be denied that the relationship between the Court and the continent has been troublesome. The ICC has been accused of targeting Africa, and many African states do not seem willing to cooperate with the Court. Debates on Africa and international criminal justice are increasingly politicised.
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  8. This forty-eighth volume of annotated leading case law of international criminal tribunals contains decisions taken by International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (26 February 2009 – 21 July 2009).
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  9. This book explores the extent to which Responsibility to Protect shifts our understanding of both the potential and practice of international law.
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  10. This forty-seventh volume of annotated leading case law of international criminal tribunals contains decisions taken by Special Court for Sierra Leone 2009 - 2012.
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