Rome Statute and India: An Analysis of India?s Attitude towards the International Criminal Court

Author:Rishav Banerjee
Position::Fifth Year Student at Gujarat National Law University. B.A./LL.B. (Hons. Gujarat Nat?l Law Univ.)

The International Criminal Court is the first permanent world judicial institution with nearly universal jurisdiction to try individuals accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide and possible aggression. Curiously, India voted against the Court’s founding instrument, the Rome Statute. The Indian Government has chosen to adopt a‘non-position’on the most important step taken towards... (see full summary)

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