What would the world look like if the UN system of peace and security functioned as intended?
ENSURING INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THE USE OF FORCE BY STATES
Inter-state aggression, the "crime of all crimes" prosecuted after World War II, has finally returned in the form of an amendment to the International Criminal Court's Rome Statute. Each state is free to decide whether to accept the Court's jurisdiction over this offence. They need an incentive to do so.
The Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, the University of Ottawa and the International Rule of Law Initiative have co-sponsored The Powers of the UN General Assembly to Prevent and Respond to Atrocity Crimes: A Guidance Document