One of the most striking trends in current ICL relates to its ‘nationalization’. While up to the adoption of the ICCSt. the development of ICL was characterized by efforts to consolidate the international legal bases and to establish international institutions, since then, the capacity and responsibility of national criminal justice systems to prosecute international crimes has come to the fore. Inter alia, this trend can be accounted for by the enactment of national legislation on international crimes in many countries. Reasons for states to enact specific...
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