- Appeals — Elements of crimes — International criminal law, victims — Evidence
This chapter comments on Article 86 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Article 86 states the general obligation to ‘cooperate fully’ with the Court. This obligation to cooperate applies only to States Parties. If obligations to cooperate with the Court exist for non-party States, their source must be found elsewhere, for example in bilateral agreements or in Security Council resolutions. Indeed, Security Council resolutions have both confirmed that non-party States do not have any obligations under the Rome Statute and at the same time they have imposed obligations of cooperation on certain non-party States.
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