Discussion of problematic features of international criminal procedure is impeded by the fact that several underlying issues, important for evaluating the desirability of its arrangements, are unexplored, uncertain or seriously contested. Perhaps most prominent among them is the question of the goals international criminal courts should pursue. The question is important because forms of justice suitable for attaining some ends may not be suitable for attaining others. How can an institution’s procedures and performance be measured, without at least a rough...
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