The Institutional Framework and Procedures for Imposing Criminal Responsibility on States
This chapter addresses the question of which international body is in a position to determine whether or not a crime has been committed. It describes available frameworks and procedures for imposing criminal responsibility on states. It also discusses the role of the International Court of Justice, the General Assembly, and the Security Council, and the role of third states in assisting in the enforcement of any decisions made by the determining body.
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