The Application of Universal Values in the Field of International Criminal Law

@inproceedings{Schuerch2017TheAO,
  title={The Application of Universal Values in the Field of International Criminal Law},
  author={Res Jorge Schuerch},
  year={2017}
}
This chapter investigates the second aspect of the universal value debate, namely whether the universal system of core crimes, in case of non-prosecution of an alleged perpetrator of international crimes at a national level, is unjustifiably imposed on sovereign states in the context of international criminal law enforcement, as were Western values during colonial times. With respect to the neo-colonialism claim, this is important because the violation of the sovereignty of states is an… Expand