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The Security Council as Administrator of Justice?

Reflections on the Antagonistic Relationship between Power and Law
Book cover The Security Council as Administrator of Justice?
Author: Hans Köchler
Publisher: International Progress Organization
Year: 2011
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The book analyzes the role of the United Nations Security Council in the field of international criminal justice, in particular its relationship with ad hoc international courts. By providing some case studies, it has the aim to underline the evolving practice of the Security Council to exercise judicial powers in the absence of a global balance of power.

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