Charney looks at the broad issue of how cases involving international crimes should be tackled: within the domestic courts or via an international court, such as the International Criminal Court. A large part of this piece centres on the increase in prosecutions of international crimes within domestic courts since the set up of the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia. 2001 95 AJIL 120
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