1 In order for international criminal jurisdictions to achieve even their most basic objectives of prosecuting and adjudicating core international crimes effectively (Crimes against Humanity; Genocide; War Crimes), they must have jurisdiction over the appropriate situations (Criminal Jurisdiction of States under International Law; International Criminal Jurisdiction, Protective Principle; Jurisdiction of States). Two substantial challenges arise in this context. The first one is finding a balance between the principle of State sovereignty and the need to punish...
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