A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ROLES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC) AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS (ICTS) OVER CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND GLOBAL TERRORISM

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The overall aim of this research paper is to first of all establish the nature of International crimes.

then the paper shall examine the development of the ICTs and ICC since inception and to determine the extent to which the jurisdiction of the ICC has been successfully invoked in the areas of crimes against humanity and global terrorism.

The paper also aims to Identify those factors which have continually hindered the exercise of jurisdiction of the court over these crimes.

Finally, and most importantly, the paper aims to proffer solutions to issues preventing the ICC from full performance 

of its roles.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Cases ii
Table of Statutes iii
List of Abbreviations iv
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1
1.0 Introduction to Research Thesis 1
1.1 Background of Study 4
1.2 Statement of Problem 4
1.3 Research Objectives 4
1.4 Research Questions 4
1.5 Research Methodology 5
CHAPTER TWO: INTERNATIONAL CRIMES 6
2.0 Introduction 6
2.1 The Nature of International Crimes 6
2.2 Genocide 7
2.3 War crimes 9
2.4 Crimes of Aggression 11
2.5 Crimes Against Humanity 11
2.6 The Nature of Global Terrorism 14
2.7 The Incidence of Global Terrorism (Terrorism in Europe, the Middle East and Nigeria, a
Comparative Analysis) 18
CHAPTER THREE: THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS (ICTs) and
THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC) 21
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3.0 Introduction 21
3.1 The International Criminal Tribunal (ICTs) 21
3.2 The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 22
3.3 The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) 24
3.4 The International Criminal Court (ICC) 27
CHAPTER FOUR: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ROLES & JURISDICTION OF
THE ICC OVER CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND GLOBAL TERRORISM 33
4.0 Introduction 33
4.1 Critical Analysis of the Jurisdiction of the ICC Over Crimes Against Humanity and Global
Terrorism 33
CHAPTER FIVE: RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION 44
5.0 Introduction 44
5.1 Recommendations 44
5.2 Conclusion 47
BIBLIOGRAPHY 48
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ROLES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC) AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS (ICTS) OVER CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND GLOBAL TERRORISM
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