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The title of this conference, The International Criminal Court and the Community of Nations, invokes the notion of an international community, while the organization of sessions structures our discussions today in part around the categories of states parties to the Rome Statute, on the one hand, and non-party states, on the other. Accordingly, I have chosen to draw attention in my remarks to these groupings-international community, states parties, and non-states parties. Specifically, I will focus on how the institutionalization of international criminal law through the establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the consequent division of the world into states parties and non-states parties to the Rome Statute, may undermine the notion that the international community as a whole condemns mass atrocity crimes.

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