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Argument: ICC advances principal universal jurisdiction on war crimes

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Amnesty International. "The Globalization of Justice" - "Universal jurisdiction is the principle that every country has an interest in bringing to justice the perpetrators of the most grave crimes, no matter where the crime was committed, and regardless of the nationality of the perpetrators or their victims. The Pinochet case is the most well-known universal jurisdiction case."

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