Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS)
College of Arts and Sciences
There has long been work and research on international criminal justice in the face of great and tragic atrocities. One mechanism established to confront these atrocities and create international criminal justice is the International Criminal Court. Since its inception the court has drawn criticism both for its infringement on state sovereignty and its focus on Africa. My research looks at how the International Criminal Court can best work to address these critiques and continue to provide international criminal justice. I believe one facet of this can be found in the adoption of the normative framework of a Right to Assist local civil resistance movements. To examine this, I am primarily looking at the case against the former head of state of Sudan Omar Al-Bashir.
Yamamoto, Anne E., "The International Criminal Court and Civil Resistance" (2022). Master's Theses. 1444.