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The European Union and the International Criminal Court : an awkward symbiosis in interesting times.

Antoniadis, A. and Bekou, O. (2007) 'The European Union and the International Criminal Court : an awkward symbiosis in interesting times.', International criminal law review., 7 (4). pp. 621-655.

Abstract

The aim of this article is to provide an overview and to evaluate the EU-ICC partnership. The analysis includes the measures the EU has taken to commit to the ICC cause and implement the Rome Statute and their impact on EU policy-making. These include the EU-ICC Cooperation Agreement as well as EU Third Pillar measures affecting Member State cooperation with the ICC and governing the investigation and prosecution of crimes within the jurisdiction of the ICC. The issue of judicial protection and respect of fundamental rights in the EU under the Third Pillar will also be addressed. Finally, the analysis of EU initiatives, primarily in its relations with third countries, to preserve the universality and integrity of the Rome Statute will follow.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:International criminal law, European constitutionalism, Third pillar, Human rights, Preservation of universality and integrity of the Rome Statute.
Full text:PDF - Accepted Version (571Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/156753607X241247
Record Created:15 Aug 2008
Last Modified:09 Sep 2011 09:30

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