Queen Mary studies in international law ; v.33.
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Ad hoc tribunals and their significance for developing the activities of the ICC / Anna Richterová The system of operation of international criminal justice fora, in particular of the international criminal court - will the future be governed by politics, orders of law? / Tamás Lattmann The Rome statute of the ICC and the recent works of the International Law Commission / Pavel Šturma On the activation of ICC jurisdiction over the crime of aggression / Claus Kreß International criminal court, war crimes and crimes against humanity / Josef Mrázek Contribution of the international criminal court to the prosecution of sexual and gender-based crimes: between promise and practice / Kateřina Uhlířová Mental element (mens rea) if the crime of aggression and related issues / Milan Lipovsky Making the wrong enemies? The ICC prosecutor's dilemma when targeting powerful states at the preliminary examination stage / Iryna Marchuk and Aloka Wanigasuriya The international criminal court and Syria: the absence of jurisdiction and the pressing need for international criminal justice / Jan Lhotský The principle of complementarity in practice / Kristýna Urbbanová Al-Bashir and the ICC - tag, hide-and-seek... or rather blind man's bluff? / Ondřej Svacek All roads lead to Rome - lifting the veil on the ICC's procedural pluriformity / Simon De Smet Experience from the special tribunal for Lebanon / Ivana Hrdlikčová