GoJIL Vol. 2, No. 2 (2010)
Uganda and the International Criminal Court Review Conference: Some Observations of the Conference's Impact in the 'Situation Country' Uganda
The International Criminal Court Review Conference took place in a 'situation country' of the International Criminal Court (ICC), meaning in a Country the ICC is currently investigating. Therefore, the Conference had a dimension, which arose besides the factual conference and its outcomes. This article pictures observations of developments in Uganda due to the Conference and shows how issues of International Criminal Law have been increasingly recognized and discussed within the regional society. The meaning of the Conference's venue in a 'situation country' in the Rome Statute system is to be assessed, whereby reference is made to the ICC's outreach and (positive) complementarity.
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