International criminal law series (Leiden, Netherlands) ; volume 7. 2213-2724.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 343-355) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
International criminal tribunals distinctions and main features Defining international crimes The ICC-Crime of Aggression Jurisdiction and complementarity Criminal liability principles envisioned by ICTs International criminal law defenses General principles of procedural criminal law envisioned by ICTs Principles of criminal evidence before ICTs Due process principles before ICTs International state cooperation with ICTs obtaining evidence abroad The International Criminal Court within the geopolitical world order Trials in absentia.