The Polish Quarterly of International Affairs


Vol. 24, No. 3, 2015

International Criminal Court-The Central Figure of Transitional Justice? Tailoring Post-Violence Strategies, with Special Reference to Ukraine
IntroductionThe International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first, permanent international criminal body established in order to pursue international (criminal) justice. The main idea of the delegates to the 1998 Rome Conference was to create a universal...
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