The Obligation To Prosecute Heads Of State Under The Rome Statute Of The Internatonal Criminal Court (Icc) And Customary International Law: The African And U.S. Perspectives

@inproceedings{Hassan2019TheOT,
  title={The Obligation To Prosecute Heads Of State Under The Rome Statute Of The Internatonal Criminal Court (Icc) And Customary International Law: The African And U.S. Perspectives},
  author={Fareed Mohd Hassan and Noor Dzuhaidah binti Osman},
  year={2019}
}
The United States (US), a Signatory, but not a State Party, to the Rome Statute, entered into various Bilateral Agreements (BIAs) with almost all Rome Statute State Parties prohibiting the arrest, surrender, or prosecution of the U.S. Head of State before the ICC. Similarly, the African Union (AU) Members, being the majority State Parties to the Rome Statute have decided in the AU Assembly of Heads of State and Government not to cooperate with the ICC and to grant immunity to African Heads of… Expand

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