International criminal law is a branch of public international law which centres on the criminal responsibility, under international or national law, of individuals, as well as on the rights and obligations of states and the powers of international bodies in relation to such responsibility. It encompasses the substantive law of international crimes, the procedural law of international criminal courts (including the legal relationship between international criminal courts and states), and the rights and obligations of states under international law in relation to the criminalisation of
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