International cooperation, legal assistance and the case of lacking states collaboration within the international criminal court

Dimitris Liakopoulos

Resumen


The present research work is focused on the legal analysis of the relevant
articles of the International Criminal Court’s Statute regarding the
obligation of cooperation between States for the punishment of serious
crimes against humanity and war. Judicial development, starting with ad
hoc Tribunals and arriving at causes at various stages of proceedings still
ongoing at the International Criminal Court, opens the doctrinal and comparative
national debates, seeking to elaborate on specific topics such as
requests for assistance during preliminary investigations, the role of the
Prosecutor and the non-assistance of some States that for political and
not only reasons impede the development and operation of international
criminal justice.


Palabras clave


International cooperation, legal assistance, lacking States collaboration, ICC, international criminal justice

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