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Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction

United Nations. Secretary-General.

Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction

by United Nations. Secretary-General.

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Published by United Nations, General Assembly, International Law Commission in Lake Success, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International Criminal Court (Proposed)

  • Edition Notes

    United Nations publications. Sales no.:1949.V.8

    Statementmemorandum submitted by the Secretary-General.
    Series[Document] / United Nations -- A/CN.4/7/Rev. 1, [Document] (United Nations) -- A/CN.4/7/Rev.1
    ContributionsUnited Nations. International Law Commission.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 147 p. ;
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20846300M

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      The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first permanent international criminal tribunal, which has jurisdiction over the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole: genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and crime of Edition: 1st Edition. The Theoretical Basis of Punishment in International Criminal Law Farooq Hassan Follow this and additional works at: The Theoretical Basis of Punishment in International Criminal Law By Dr. Farooq Hassan* Historical Survey of the Question of International Criminal Jurisdiction, Report by the Sec Cited by:

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Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction by United Nations. Secretary-General. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evolution of the idea of an international criminal jurisdiction. Contemporary opinions on the question of universal repression of international crimes and the criminality of war.

Conclusions regarding the desirability of the international judicial organ, the possibility of such an organ, and the possibility of establishing a criminal chamber of the World Court. 1 For the report of Ricardo J. Alfaro, see Yearbook of the International Law Commission,vol. II, document A/CN.4/15, and for the report of A.

Sandström, see ibid., document A/CN.4/(see Analytical Guide). 2 Memorandum entitled “Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction” (document A/CN.4/7/Rev.1 published in United Nations publication, Sales No. law: survey of international law with a view to selecting topics for codification (article 18 of the Statute of the Commission).

(2) Draft declaration on the rights and duties of States (resolution (II), adopted by the General Assembly on 21 November ).

Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction / memorandum submitted by the Secretary-General United Nations General Assembly, International Law Commission Lake Success Australian/Harvard Citation.

United Nations. Secretary-General ( (Lie)). international criminal jurisdiction for the trial of crimes affecting the supreme interests of mankind.

Such a question is answered by me in the terms set forth in the following pages. EVOLUTION OF THE IDEA OF AN INTER-NATIONAL CRIMINAL JURISDICTION (1) HUMAN REACTION TO THE HORRORS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR 6.

Historical Survey of the Question of International Criminal Jurisdiction (Memorandum Submitted by the Secretary-General), (A/CN.4/7Rev.1,), Appendix 8.

Report of the International Law Commission on the work of its first session, 12 April (A/CN.4/13, reproduced in Yearbook of International Law Commission,vol.

‘ The Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court over Nationals of Non-Parties: Legal Basis and Limits ’, Journal of International Criminal Justice, 1 (3) () Akehurst, M., ‘ Jurisdiction in International Law ’, British Yearbook of International Law, 46 ( –).

9 The Unanswered “Question of Questions”: The Jurisdictional Competence of the International Criminal Court. This proposal was largely motivated by a desire to retain control over when the Court could prosecute United States nationals.

Although some proposals were tabled to reconcile these approaches, the jurisdiction issue. IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE: A BRIEF SURVEY Marco Pedrazzi The huge problems facing the ICC, and international criminal justice in general, encompass but are much broader than the question of geopolitical imbalance in the situations considered by the Court.

International Criminal Court pies and to prepare a draft code of offences against the peace and security of mankind based on those principles. In addition, the question of an international criminal court was raised during the drafting of the Convention.

Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction. Lake Success, United Nations, General Assembly, International Law Commission, (OCoLC) Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction.

Lake Success, United Nations, General Assembly, International Law Commission, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations. The book provides a succinct but holistic presentation of the most important issues related to the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC), has a close look on contemporary cases (Palestine, Libya) and considers a wide range of historical, political, geostrategic and legal : Springer International Publishing.

This chapter examines the theoretical foundations and the genealogy of international criminal jurisdiction in international law. While it is clear that international criminal jurisdiction cuts into national jurisdiction to a certain extent, the question concerning the proper foundation of international criminal jurisdiction—whether it rests on state consent or a mandate by the international Author: Kirsten Schmalenbach.

Historical Survey on the Question of International Criminal Jurisdic-tion, UN Doc. A/CN, 4/7 (on file with author). Hans-Heinrich Jescheck, International Criminal Law; Its Object and Recent Developments, in 1 INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL 72 (M.

Cherif Bassiouni &. A History of International Criminal Law, from Nuremberg to the International Criminal Court. International criminal jurisdiction Overview Ever since World War II, the international community has moved increasingly toward the development of a system of international jurisdictions, complementary to that of domestic courts, to try people accused of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Universal jurisdiction: national courts and the prosecution of serious crimes under international law / Universal jurisdiction in international criminal law: the debate and the battle for hegemony / Aisling Historical survey of the question of international criminal jurisdiction /.

Cherif Bassiouni, LL.B., J.D., LL.M., S.J.D., LL.D. Hons. (Multiple), is Emeritus Distinguished Research Professor of Law at DePaul University College of Law, where he taught from and President of the International Human Rights Law Institute from He was also President of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences in Siracusa, Italy, from The Commission on the Responsibility of the Authors of the War and on Enforcement of Penalties was a commission established at the Paris Peace Conference, in Its role was to examine the background of the First World War, and to investigate and recommend individuals for prosecution for committing war crimes.

The Commission on International Criminal Jurisdiction felt that by extending the jurisdiction of the Court to states, the Court might be involved in decisions of a political character. See Report of the Commission on International Criminal Jurisdiction, U.N. General Assembly, Official Records, Seventh Session, Supplement No.

11 (A/), pp. 10 Author: Manuel R. García-Mora.A Concise History of International Criminal Law Beth Van Schaack Santa Clara University School of Law, [email protected] Part of theLaw Commons This Book Chapter is brought to you for free and open access by the Faculty Scholarship at Santa Clara Law Digital Commons.

It has been accepted for tive jurisdiction. Third, the history of Cited by: 2.Negotiated History: The Historical Record in International Criminal Law and Plea Bargaining Article (PDF Available) in International Criminal Law Review 10(5) October with ReadsAuthor: Regina Rauxloh.