These are the study notes I used to study for the open book exam on the International Criminal Court. The notes are comprehensive, and organised into the following sections:
The Creation of the Rome Statute and Ratifications
The Jurisdiction of the ICC
Complementarity and Admissibility
Non-States-Parties and Opposition to the ICC
The Crime of Genocide
Crimes against Humanity
The Crime of Aggression
Modes of Liability and Command Responsibility
Justifications and Excuses
ICC Structure and Procedures
The Future of the ICC
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