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International Criminal Law

 

Since its early history, with Nuremberg and Tokyo ad hoc tribunals, the individual responsibility for the commission of serious crimes has been essential in the development of International Law. With the consolidation of International Criminal Court (ICC) and the establishment of standards and procedures in Rome Statute and other instruments, the International Criminal Law has had a leading role for the solutions of concrete situations and the increase of individual responsibility debate. However, this area is no stranger to challenges and criticism, especially in paradigmatic scenarios like Colombian case. Here you will find articles, news, instruments, jurisprudence and multimedia to develop about.

 

 

 
 
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