1. The institutional structure of the International Criminal Court (ICC) 2. The powers of the ICC 3. The specific crimes which fall within the ICC’s subject-matter jurisdiction 4. The conditions under which the ICC may exercise jurisdiction over crimes 5. The relationship between the ICC and the States Parties to its Statute 6. The relationship between the ICC and the organs of existing international organizations, in particular the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) This headnote pertains to: Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, a treaty which is...
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