Research Paper

The Progressing Proposal for An International Anti-Corruption Court

Mark L. Wolf, Richard J. Goldstone, and Robert I. Rotberg
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American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Table of Contents

II. The Need for an International Anti-Corruption Court

A. The Consequences of Grand Corruption
B. Grand Corruption Does Not Exist Because of a Lack of Anti-Corruption Laws

III. The International Anti-Corruption Court

A. The Officials Subject to Prosecution in the IACC
B. Crimes Subject to Prosecution in the IACC
C. The Authority to Prosecute Nationals of Nonmember States
D. Complementarity
E. The IACC Will Be Important to the Victims of Grand Corruption
F. Common Questions Concerning the IACC