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Hirad Abtahi: ICC and Non-Party State, The Islamic Republic of Iran and The ICC

In this article, Hirad Abtahi, legal adviser to the President of the International Criminal Court (ICC), examines Iran’s ambivalent position vis-à-vis the ICC treaty. He briefly reviews the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran and discusses issues that prevent Iran from ratifying the treaty.

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