International order fraying
The establishment of the International Criminal Court, commonly referred to as the ICC, was a significant development in human security and international justice. The court was created by the Statute of Rome in 1998, and it began to function in 2002.
However, the failure of the community of nations to enforce an ICC arrest warrant for Sudanese President Bashir for alleged mass atrocity crimes and genocide in Sudan has demonstrated the limits of international justice.
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