New York Times on the International Criminal Court
"There is no single agreed definition of the term 'international criminal law.' The scope of the topic -- which particular subjects are included within the term -- depends on the perspective of the persons providing the definition. One definition describes 'a body of international rules designed both to proscribe certain categories of conduct (war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, torture, aggression, terrorism) and to make those persons who engage in such conduct criminally liable.'"
David P. Steward, International Criminal Law In A Nutshell, quoting Antonio Cassese.
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