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Getting to Peace by Reconciling Notions of Justice: The Importance of Considering Discrepancies Between Civil and Common Legal Systems in the Formation of the International Criminal Court
Robert Christensen
UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs
Volume 6, Number 2, Fall/Winter 2001-2002 p.391

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677

Inconsistency and Impunity in International human rights law : Can the International Criminal Court Solve the Problems Raised by the Rwanda and Augusto Pinochet Cases
Evo Popoff
George Washington International Law Review
Volume 33, Number 2, 2001 p.363

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678

Are Nuclear Weapons Above the Law? A Look at the International Criminal Court and the Prohibited Weapons Category
Elaina I. Kalivretakis
Emory International Law Review
Volume 15, Number 2, Fall 2001 p.683

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679

A Comment on the Complementary Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court: Adding Insult to Injury in Transitional Contexts?
Jennifer J. Llewellyn
Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 24, Number 2, Fall 2001 p.192

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680

NOT FADE AWAY: THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND THE STATE OF SOVEREIGNTY
Jerry Fowler
San Diego International Law Journal
Volume 2, 2001 p.125

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681

An Independent Defence Before the International Criminal Court: Proceedings of the Conference Held in The Hague, 1-2 November 1999, edited by Hans Bevers & Chantal Joubert, Thela Thesis, Amsterdam, 2000, ISBN 90-5170-514-X, 106 pp., NFL 49,58/GB£ 14,67/US$ 21,17
Marten Zwanenburg
Leiden Journal of International Law
Volume 14, Number 3, September 2001 p.722-725

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682

The United States and the International Criminal Court: One Loophole Too Many
Jelena Pejic
University of Detroit Mercy Law Review
Volume 78, Issue 2, Winter 2001 p.267

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683

From Nuremberg to Rome: Establishing An International Criminal Court and the Need for U.S. Participation
Peggy E. Rancilio
University of Detroit Mercy Law Review
Volume 78, Issue 2, Winter 2001 p.299

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684

The Nationality of the Offender and the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court
Zsuzsanna Deen-Racsmány
American Journal of International Law
Volume 95, Number 3, July 2001 p.606

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685

I. The United States and the International Criminal Court
Jennifer Schense & John L. Washburn
International Lawyer
Volume 35, Number 2, Summer 2001 p.614

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686

The International Criminal Court: The United States Should Ratify the Rome Statute Despite Its Objections
Adrian T. Delmont
Journal of Legislation
Volume 27, Number 2, 2001 p.335

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687

Which of the Preparatory Commission’s Latest Proposals for the Definition of the Crime of Aggression and the Exercise of Jurisdiction Should Be Adopted into the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court?
Rachel Peirce
Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law
Volume 15, Number 2, 2001 p.281

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688

THE UNITED STATES BECOMES A SIGNATORY TO THE ROME TREATY ESTABLISHING THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT: WHY ARE SO MANY CONCERNED BY THIS ACTION?
A. Diane Holcombe
Montana Law Review
Volume 62, Number 2, Summer 2001 p.301

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689

Defining the Crime of Aggression Under the Statute of the International Criminal Court
Irina Kaye Müller-Schieke
Leiden Journal of International Law
Volume 14, Number 2, June 2001 p.409-430

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690

Developments in the Law of Procedure and Evidence at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Court
Gideon Boas
Criminal Law Forum
Volume 12, Number 2, June 2001 p.167-183

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691

TOWARDS A FUNCTIONAL INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT: AN ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF A STRONG PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES AGREEMENT
Fordham International Law Journal
Vulume 24, Number 3, March 2001 p.988

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International Criminal Court, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, International human rights law.

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