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Under the Rome Statute which is the (governing book that guide the court), the ICC is known as a permanent judicial body created by a treaty and known to help nations punish crimes that are committed against their territorial integrity and are of great concern to the international world such as genocide, crimes a... ... middle of paper ... ...sdiction-of-the-international-crime-of-aggression/, [Accessed 02nd April, 2014] • Davis C et al, 2011, The Crime of Aggression and the International Criminal Court, National Legal Eagle, Vol. 1, 1 (4), Available at: http://www.iccnow.org/documents/agression.pdf, [Accessed 02nd April, 2014] • Liechtenstein and the Global Institute for the Prevention of Aggression, 2014 , Definition of crime of aggression, http://crimeofaggression.info/role-of-the-icc/definition-of-the-crime-of-aggression/, [Accessed 02nd April, 2014] JOURNALS • Scharf M, 2012, Universal Jurisdiction and the crime of aggression, 53, 3 (2), Harvard International Law Journal, Available at: [Accessed 02nd April, 2014] • Hwang P, 1998, Fordham International Law Journal, 22 (2), Art 5, Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1594&context=ilj, [Accessed 02nd April, 2014]
Offences against the Administration of Justice Introduction After the I & II World War and pursuant to the precedent efforts for the execution of international justice in the shape of establishments such as the Nuremberg Tribunal, the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) , there was a universal necessity to have a more comprehensive and transnational instrument for implementation of justice. In July 17th, 1998 the world observed the signature of the international Treaty of Rome Statute that was indicating the constitution of the International Criminal Court (ICC) . The Rome Statute took four core international crimes into consideration namely; Genocide, War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity and the Crime of Aggression. The aim of the Statute as a great compromise between really different states of the world with different interests was to establish a legitimate international organ of criminal jurisdiction to combat massive international crimes. The ultimate goal of the Court is to establish justice and anything distracting the Court and interrupts its function should be dealt with judicial treatment to protect the mission of the Court.
Even conventional attacks create environmental risk. Witness the concern over asbestos exposure for rescue workers at the World Trade Center. Terrorists may not care about such things, but we should. Our military response should be tailored to minimize and mitigate collateral environmental damage wherever possible. Environmental losses are casualties too.
We will look at the main institutions through which the UN seeks to accomplish its mission: the Security Council, the General Assembly, the Secretariat and the International Court of Justice. We will consider instances where the UN has acted to enforce international law and preserve world peace and discuss how effective it has been in carrying out its mission. 11. War Crimes in Pre-World War II History (October 20) Background reading (skim) - Maogoto – Chapters 1 and 2 This Segment will involve primarily a lecture format that discusses the conduct of war, particularly as it affects civilian populations. It will provide an introduction to the cruel effects of war that were inflicted upon civilian populations.
In conclusion, although the environmental issues of nuclear power and farmed salmon are controversial, there is strong evidence to prove that Greenpeace is correct for opposing nuclear power and salmon farming. Nuclear power can cause fatal damage and it is not possible to build enough nuclear plants to meet the demand of electricity. Salmon farming could damage the food chain and the fish might contain unhealthy chemicals. In order to reduce carbon emission and save the diminishing species, the government can develop renewable energy and establish a longer fishing moratorium. With more effort taken to deal with environmental issues, for example, nuclear power and salmon farming, the Earth will be healthier, so that people will also have a better standard of living.
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This essay aims to have a comprehensive summary of the infamous tragedy as well as critically highlighting how Hollywood can alter history. Rwanda is nestled between the... ... middle of paper ... ...ezproxy.library.uvic.ca/ehost/detail?vid=1&hid=11&sid=f5d57578-23a1-4dd9-bc4c-295bd3cebc3a%40sessionmgr4&bdata=JmxvZ2lucGFnZT1Mb2dpbi5hc3Amc2l0ZT1laG9zdC1saXZlJnNjb3BlPXNpdGU%3d#db=aph&AN=21301349 No Author. “The Real Hero of Rwanda.” U.S. Catholic (February 2006). 71-2. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.library.uvic.ca/ehost/pdf?vid=2&hid=11&sid=78e94ed4-e51d-4773-aba0-3ce0c64bad34%40sessionmgr10 Strauss, Scott.
George Bush Plans High Crimes and Misdemeanors: Why We Are Marching on October 26th. International A.N.S.W.E.R. < http://www.internationalanswer.org/news/update/092902highcrimes.html> Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center. Three Major Points. < http://rmpjc.org/STOP-THE-WAR-AGAINST-IRAQ/majorPoints.html > Henry T. Azzam.