|Author (Person)||Arnould, Valérie|
|Publisher||Royal Institute for International Relations (Egmont Institute)|
|Series Title||Egmont Papers|
|Series Details||No.93 (May 2017)|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
The atmosphere of crisis surrounding the International Criminal Court (ICC) seems to be slowly dissipating after Gambia and South Africa revoked their notices of withdrawal from the Court in February and March 2017 respectively. Concerns that the threats of withdrawal made by Burundi, Gambia and South Africa in late 2016 would produce a domino effect, and even become the harbinger of the ICC’s demise in the long term, have proven premature. This development should, however, not make us complacent about the challenges the ICC continues to face, even in the absence of further state withdrawals.
|Countries / Regions||Europe|