International Criminal Court: Concerns at the first meeting of the Assembly of States Parties, 3 - 10 September 2002.
The first session of the Assembly of States Parties will take place at the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York from 3-10 September 2002 : an historic event and testament to the commitment to end impunity for the worst crimes known to humanity. This paper addresses many of the issues relating to the US campaign to undermine the International Criminal Court, and makes recommendations for the Assembly of States Parties, states parties and all states to take action against the US campaign.This paper also looks at a range of issues that the Assembly of States Parties will be working on at its first meeting and makes recommendations on many issues.
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