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International Criminal Justice in bello? : the ICC Between Law and Politics in Darfur and Northern Uganda.

Author: Philipp Kastner
Publisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2011.
Series: International humanitarian law series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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By analysing the involvement of the International Criminal Court in northern Uganda and Darfur, this book argues that the primary mandate of the ICC seems to have unduly shifted from fighting impunity to influencing politics in the context of ongoing armed conflicts.
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Kastner, Philipp.
International Criminal Justice in bello? : the ICC Between Law and Politics in Darfur and Northern Uganda.
Leiden : BRILL, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philipp Kastner
ISBN: 9789004225961 900422596X
OCLC Number: 821180754
Description: 1 online resource (204 pages).
Contents: International Criminal Justicein bello?; Table of Contents; Preface; List of Acronyms; Introduction; Chapter 1: The conceptual framework --
international criminal justiceand armed confl icts; 1.1. Ad hoc tribunals providing ex post facto justice; 1.2. Limited eff ectiveness of ad hoc tribunals; 1.3. The imminent capacity of a permanent court toinfluence ongoing armed conflicts; Chapter 2: The factual framework --
the conflicts in northern Uganda and Darfur; 2.1. The conflict in northern Uganda; 2.1.1. Origins of "the world's most neglected humanitarian catastrophe"37. 2.1.2. Decades between violence and peace negotiations2.1.3. Continued instability and violence; 2.2. Th e conflict in Darfur; 2.2.1. Origins of the confl ict; 2.2.2. Escalation in 2003; 2.2.3. The delayed response of the international community128; 2.2.4. Continued violence despite international eff orts; Chapter: 3 The referrals of the two situations to the ICC Prosecutor; 3.1. Political motivations behind the "self-referral" ofthe Ugandan government; 3.2. Validity of the self-referral; 3.3. Pursuing political goals through the Security Councilreferral of the situation in Darfur. 3.4. Expectations after the two referrals3.4.1. Uganda; 3.4.2. Darfur; 3.5. The selection of cases and their admissibility underarticle 17 of the Rome Statute; 3.5.1. The general system of the principle of complementarity; 3.5.2. The case against the LRA leaders; 3.5.2.1. The indictments; 3.5.2.2. Admissibility of the case; a) Complementarity according to article 17; b) The gravity requirement 227; 3.5.2.3. Admissibility revisited?; 3.5.3. The case against Ahmad Harun and Ali Kushayb; 3.5.4. "Going up the ladder" --
the case against the Sudanese President. Chapter: 4 The eff ects of the ICC involvement on the conflicts -no justice without peace?4.1. Uganda; 4.1.1. Weakening the LRA leaders; 4.1.2. The ICC --
between encouraging and hampering peace negotiations in northern Uganda; 4.1.2.1. Bringing the rebel leaders to the negotiating table; 4.1.2.2. Endangering the peace process and prolonging the suff ering of the victims; 4.1.3. Delivering one-sided " justice"; 4.2. Darfur; 4.2.1. Increasing the pressure on key players; 4.2.1.1. Weakening the government of Sudan; 4.2.1.2. Pressuring the Sudanese government to cut support for theJanjaweed. 4.2.1.3. Bringing the rebel leaders to the negotiating table4.2.1.4. Pressuring the international community to act; 4.2.2. Concrete dangers of the ICC involvement in the situation of Darfur; 4.2.2.1. Fewer prospects of achieving a peace agreement --
the ICCprolonging the confl ict; 4.2.2.2. Endangering the (full) deployment of a peace operation; 4.2.3. Evaluation and suggested further proceedings; Chapter: 5 A possibly proactive role of the ICC Prosecutor through his prosecutorial discretion; 5.1. The legal obligation to prosecute under international law; 5.1.1. The legal framework.
Series Title: International humanitarian law series.

Abstract:

By analysing the involvement of the International Criminal Court in northern Uganda and Darfur, this book argues that the primary mandate of the ICC seems to have unduly shifted from fighting impunity to influencing politics in the context of ongoing armed conflicts.

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