- International Prosecutors
- Oxford University Press
This concluding chapter focuses on two cross-cutting themes that inform every single chapter: firstly, the political sensitivity and dimensions of the prosecutor's work; and, secondly, the prosecutor's relationship with the many other actors in the field of international criminal justice such as the Security Council, states, the other court organs and the defence, victims, the prosecutor's own staff, transitional justice actors, the academic community, and the wider public. It suggests a number of best practices and topics for future research.
prosecution, prosecutors, international criminal justice, criminal courts, Security Council
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