Jalloh & Bantekas: The International Criminal Court and Africa

Jalloh & Bantekas: The International Criminal Court and Africa

Charles Chernor Jalloh (Florida International Univ. – Law) & Ilias Bantekas (Brunel Univ. London – Law) have published The International Criminal Court and Africa (Oxford Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Martin Mennecke, The African Union and Universal Jurisdiction
  • Manisuli Ssenyonjo, The Implementation of the Proprio Motu Authority of the Prosecutor in Africa
  • Benson Olugbuo, Operationalizing the Complementarity Principle: The Case for a Differentiated Standard
  • Ilias Bantekas, Sequencing Peace and Justice in Post-Conflict Africa: The ICC Perspective
  • Gino Naldi & Konstantinos Magliveras, The International Criminal Court and the African Union: A Problematic Relationship
  • Paola Gaeta & Patryk I. Labuda, Trying Sitting Heads of State: The African Union versus the ICC in the Al Bashir and Kenyatta Cases
  • Dire D. Tladi, Presence of the Accused, Right or Duty? The Art of Interpretation in a Tense Political Climate
  • Charles Chernor Jalloh, The African Union, the Security Council and the International Criminal Court
  • Manisuli Ssenyonja, State Withdrawals from the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: South Africa, Burundi, and The Gambia
  • Kebreab Isaac Weldesellasie, The Development of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice in Africa from pre-Colonial Rule to Present Day,
  • Olympia Bekou, National Implementation of the ICC Statute to Prosecute International Crimes in Africa
  • Charles Chernor Jalloh, The Place of the African Criminal Court in the Prosecution of Serious Crimes in Africa
  • Efthymios Papastavridis, Who Will Prosecute Piracy in Africa?
  • Pacifique Manirakiza, Complementing the ICC Efforts to Curb the Impunity of International Crimes in Africa: The Role and Contribution of Community-Based Mechanisms

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