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Advocating for an International Criminal Court

@article{Annan1997AdvocatingFA,
  title={Advocating for an International Criminal Court},
  author={Kofi Ahomkah Annan},
  journal={Fordham International Law Journal},
  year={1997},
  volume={21},
  pages={363}
}
  • K. Annan
  • Published 1997
  • Law
  • Fordham International Law Journal
This Opening Remark contains the text of Kofi Annan’s speech to the International Bar Association. In the speech, Annan calls for the creation of an International Criminal Court and proposes that the Court is necessary for the full realization of the United Nations’ goal of international justice. ADVOCATING FOR AN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT 
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