Peace and Justice at the International Criminal court: A Court of Last Resort. By Errol P. Mendes
Mendes, Errol P. Peace and Justice at the International Criminal Court: A Court of Last Resort Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2010. viii + 215 pages. Cloth, $99.95.
Throughout history, paradigms have been revised when their assertions failed to mirror prevailing pattems of intemational behavior. The quest for peace is globally welcomed; however, selective justice by intemational institutions has dampened this laudable idea. The long-cycle theory, which, in part, seeks to explain that after periods of war peace is likely, tends to define peace in the terms of the victor. Powerful nations use global institutions, such as the United Nations (UN) and the International Criminal Court (ICC), to advance their woddviews as evidenced in the literature.
Antwi-Boasiako, Kwame Badu, "Peace and Justice at the International Criminal court: A Court of Last Resort. By Errol P. Mendes" (2011). Faculty Publications. Paper 10.