Struggling for Sovereignty? Hegemonic and Counterhegemonic Dimensions of the Human Rights and Complementary Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court
It has been mentioned that the complementary jurisdiction which defines the ICC prevents the exercise ofstate sovereignty. However, for state crimes as crimes against humanity, it can be argued that supplementaljurisdiction could eventually form a setback. This, among other reasons, because it is no...
Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá-Colombia
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