Culmination of World War II saw the first determined effort by the
International Community to punish international crimes. Nuremberg
& Tokyo Tribunals were followed up by International Criminal
Tribunals for Former Yugoslavia & Rwanda which were also ad-hoc
in nature. The coming into force of Rome Statute marks a watershed
event in the history of international criminal law & the
establishment of permanent criminal court filled up the gap which
existed because of no codified substantive & procedural law.
The Statute ensures that the perpetrators of the most heinous
international crimes are duly punished. However, the Rome Statute
and the working of ICC have significant scope for improvement &
further development. This book aims at highlighting certain issues
relating to international criminal law which require consideration
of international community so that the process of development of
International criminal law which was initiated after World War II
is continued & the existing mechanism under the Rome Statute
can be further strengthened. The book will provide insight into the
genesis & development of international criminal law to
researchers, academicians & international jurists
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
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