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Complementarity And Post-Coloniality, Nirej S. Sekhon Jan 2013

Complementarity And Post-Coloniality, Nirej S. Sekhon

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The International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction is complementary to that of national criminal jurisdictions. While most agree that complementarity is a cornerstone principle, debate continues as to what precisely it should mean for the ICC’s relationship to national criminal justice actors. “Positive complementarity,” a view many commentators hold, suggests that the ICC should use its power to educate, persuade, and prod states parties to undertake international criminal law investigations. For positive complementarity’s more optimistic proponents, the future holds promise for a coordinated system of global justice in which the ICC plays a secondary role to national courts in ...


Critical Race Theory As International Human Rights Law, Natsu Taylor Saito Jan 1999

Critical Race Theory As International Human Rights Law, Natsu Taylor Saito

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