The International Criminal Court: A Close Look at the Working of the Institution is a pioneering compilation exploring the history and evolution of International Criminal Law. The book investigates into the intersection of law and politics of International Criminal Justice and further explores the idea of how international criminal justice, administered by the ICC as a permanent institution, has been compromised.
Leading scholars and practitioners contributing to the book have taken a multidisciplinary approach providing insights on International Criminal Tribunals and Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law against Civilians and Prisoner of War, Relationship between Crimes under International Law and Immunities, the ensemble of Security Council Powers under the Rome Statute, etc. Further chapters also discuss Rome Statute of ICC vis-a-vis Indian Criminal Jurisprudence and Protection of Civilians in Peace Operations.
This ground-breaking research handbook will appeal to Lawyers, judges, NGOs, government officials, academicians and policymakers at all levels and will be an invaluable reference guide on International Criminal Law, Criminal Justice, Transitional Justice and Comparative Criminal law.
Manoj Kumar Sinha is Director of the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He also holds the permanent position of Professor of Law at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. A PhD in International Law from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, his areas of specialisation are human rights, constitutional law, international humanitarian and refugee law, international criminal law, international law and international institutions. He has published extensively in journals of national and international repute.
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