Spring Lecture: Cooperation



There is ongoing concern about the relationship between the Court and African states, as well as the lack of forthcoming cooperation by other member and non-member states with regards to the execution of arrest warrants and penalties, freezing of assets, information sharing, etc. In most of these cases, much work needs to be done by both Court officials as well as government representatives to ensure cooperation becomes a more stable pillar as the Court moves forward.

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Spring Lecture Series 2012: The International Criminal Court’s Second Decade: Quo Vadis?

Together with the Institute of European Studies (IES), the Global Governance Institute will hold a series of high-level lectures with senior ICC judges and experts to assess the track-record and futur...

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