This work provides a thorough and in-depth analysis of the complex and challenging relationship between international criminal law and international human rights.
- Uses a wide variety of sources to explain the law and the role and operation of the future international court
- Analyses and interprets the various challenges confronting the court and assesses its future role in public international law
- Gives a separate chapter to each international crime – including genocide, war crimes, torture, crimes against humanity
- Includes a chapter on terrorism as an international crime
- Addresses the boundaries of, and relationship between, international criminal law and human rights; for example human rights violations of women as international crime, and the uneasy position of human rights in extradition and immigration law