From May 31 to June 11, 2010 state parties to the International Criminal Court gathered to consider amendments to its foundational document, the Rome Statute, and to take stock of its implementation and impact. Among other achievements, this conference finalized a definition of the Crime of Aggression, the final crime over which the ICC has jurisdiction.
Sponsored by the International Criminal Court Student Network.
Appearing: Kris Leefers (Student-Duke Law School); Charles J. Dunlap Jr. (Duke Law School), moderator; Marcelo Bohlke (Permanent Delegation to the United Nations, Brazil), Georgia Harley (Department of Foreign Afairs & Trade, Australia) and Fédéric Mégret (McGill University)
Recorded on November 13, 2010 Duke University, School of Law.