The International Criminal Court is a treaty-based court of law established to promote the rule of law, punish war criminals, and provide redress against inhumane acts and crimes against humanity.
This category is for sites on the International Criminal Court.
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Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
Official UN website: overview of the proposed court, documentation, ratification status and other relevant public information.
Benjamin B. Ferencz
Information, audio and video files and links for resources on the homepage of the former Chief Prosecutor for the US at the Nuremberg war crimes trials.
Coalition for an International Criminal Court
The primary NGO provider of online information about the proposed permanent International Criminal Court.
Global Policy Forum: International Criminal Court
Provides coverage on the ICC crisis in the Security Council, articles and archive, analysis, and links.
Guardian: Calling all tyrants
Commentary on the ICC by Peter Hain.
International Criminal Court Alliance
California-based research and education group advocating American participation in the ICC. Lists goals, contact information, and related links.
International Criminal Court: Resources in Print and Electronic Format
A list of internet resources, books, journal articles, and other resources.
Washington Working Group on the International Criminal Court
Campaigning organisation dedicated to building U.S. support for the International Criminal Court (ICC).
We Can't Allow US Tantrums to Scupper Global Justice
Comment by Hugo Young. The Guardian, UK.
Reasonable Doubt: The Case against the Proposed International Criminal Court
Cato Policy Analysis by Gary T. Dempsey. (July 16, 1998)
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