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- http://www.icc-cpi.int http://www.un.org/russian/law/icc/ http://www.un.org/russian/law/ilc/ http://www.icj-cij.org http://www.un.org/icty/ http://www.ictr.org http://www.sc-sl.org - http://www.iccnow.org http://www.amicc.org http://www.amnesty.org/pages/icc-index-eng

http://www.icrc.org/web/rus/siterus0.nsf/htmlall/section_ihl_internatio nal_criminal_jurisdiction?OpenDocument , http://www.justicetribune.com

http://www.penal.org - http://www.icln.net (, ) http://www.asil.org/resource/crim1.htm http://www.ilpp.ru http://www.ngo-at-work.org/icc2006/ , International Criminal Court: Discussions, Problems and Solutions This book takes an in-depth look at the International Criminal Court, which is a key institution of international criminal justice and an important element in the progressive deve lopment of the contemporary international law and national criminal law systems. It pays special attention to problems linked with the process of ratification and implementation of the ICC Statute by the Russian Federation and other countries. The main point of the book is that a holistic approach is needed to finding solutions on the basis of an open discussion between scholars and practitioners, in order to achieve the common goal of ending the impunity of perpetrators of serious crimes which cause concern across the whole international community (the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole).

Appendices contain official documents of the International Criminal Court, including those first time translated into Russian, as well as reference materials and information sources concerning the international criminal law.

The books conclusions and suggestions can be used in law making and law enforcement.

Some of theoretical arguments and practical recommendations will be of interest to public authorities, as well as independent scholars, law lecturers and all those interested in international criminal law.

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