Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
International Criminal Court (ICC), international criminal law
The ICC has served as an agent of impunity since its inception in 1998, and its fundamental role in the field of international criminal justice as a permanent accountability mechanism remains undisputed. The court is, however, facing significant challenges which may threaten its legitimacy. These challenges can be surmounted if the court is willing to take a hard look at its own procedures, prosecutorial practices, and judicial attitudes. The ICC's future may be bright if the court makes significant changes in the present.
Sterio, Milena, "The International Criminal Court: Current Challenges and Prospect of Future Success" (2020). Law Faculty Articles and Essays. 1136.