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'Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Are we Asking Too Much of the International Criminal Court?'

  • 02 Oct 2018
  • 5:30 PM
  • Lecture Theatre 1, University of Tasmania, Hobart

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Professor Tim McCormack will deliver the lecture 'Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Are we Asking Too Much of the International Criminal Court?'

Expectations of the institution of the Court have never been higher and yet the limitations - particularly to the Court's jurisdiction - have never been more exposed.The 20th anniversary of the opening for signature of the Rome Statute is an opportune time to reflect on the institution of the Court, its major achievements to date and some of the critical challenges it faces in the next phase of its history. 

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