The Travaux Preparatoires of the Crime of Aggression

The Travaux Preparatoires of the Crime of Aggression

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The Travaux Preparatoires of the Crime of Aggression contains a complete documentation of the fifteen years of negotiations which led up to the historic adoption of the amendments to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court at the 2010 Review Conference in Kampala. Arranged chronologically, it includes all relevant official Chairman's drafts, non-papers, country proposals, meeting reports and summary records, as well as selected unpublished materials and transcripts from the dramatic negotiations at the Review Conference. Three introductory articles, each written from the perspective of an insider, put the Kampala compromise into context and explore the amendments on the crime of aggression, their negotiation history and the intentions of the drafters.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 1139230050
  • 9781139230056

Table of contents

Part I. Introduction to the Negotiation History: 1. Negotiating the amendments on the crime of aggression; 2. Negotiating the elements of the crime of aggression; 3. Negotiating the understandings on the crime of aggression; Part II. Amendments to the Rome Statute on the Crime of Aggression; Part III. Select Historic Documents (1945-96); Part IV. Travaux Preparatoires (1995-2010); Part V. Index of Travaux Preparatoires.show more

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'This volume will undoubtedly contribute to a better understanding of the complexities of the Kampala compromise. Suffice it to say, the road does not end at Kampala, and the landmark of the compromise has been encapsulated excellently in this comprehensive scholarly commentary,which serves as an essential foundation upon which the rest of the journey can continue.' Meagan Wong, Journal of Conflict and Security Lawshow more