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International Criminal Court: Challenges to Achieving Justice and Accountability in the 21st Century
Mark S. Ellis and Richard J. Goldstone, editors
Available through store
The International Criminal Court brings together a wide variety of resources on the history, structure, and mandate of the ICC. It presents a general overview of court and offers a series of articles on the challenges facing the international tribunal.
- America and the ICC
- International Implementation and Objections
- Gender crimes
- Security Council and Darfur Referral
- Enforcement and the ICC today
The anthology concludes with an appendix containing an ICC timeline, a list of member states, and a glossary.
Mark S. Ellis is executive director of The International Bar Association, the world’s foremost international organization of bar associations, law firms, and individual lawyers. He previously served as the executive director of the Central and East European Law Initiative.
Richard J Goldstone served as a justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. He is a board member of Human Rights Watch, Physicians for Human Rights, The International Center for Transitional Justice, and the Center for Economic and Social Rights, and is a director of the American Arbitration Association.
Idebate Press is IDEA's publishing arm. We publish books for middle and high school students, their teachers, and for the general reader on debate, debating styles, rhetoric, and critical thinking. We also publish edited collections of essays on current affairs. Unsolicited submissions are welcome, as is the work of first-time authors. We consider submissions year-round on a rolling basis.
If you are interested in publishing with Idebate Press, or editing a contributed volume, you may submit a proposal, sample chapters, or a full manuscript for consideration.
To submit material, please email Jackson Tucker. Include a cover letter and CV. Electronic submissions are preferred; however, you may also send to: IDEA, 105 E. 22nd Street, Suite 915, New York, NY 10010, USA. Average response time to submissions is two months.