This Article highlights some of the key features of the ICC, and concludes by outlining the support it will need in striving to create a world in which devastating actions are properly addressed and punished. Part I of this Note describes the history of the ICC. Part II discusses the crimes within the Court's jurisdiction. Part III further discusses jurisdiction. Part IV reviews the procedure of the court. Part V concerns the current status of the Court.
Judge Philippe Kirsch,
The International Criminal Court: A New and Necessary Institution Meriting Continued International Support,
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