The International Criminal Court (ICC) claims the right to extend its jurisdiction over nationals of non-consenting, non-party States to the Rome Statute. The United States, as a non-party State, argues that the Rome Statute violates customary international law by doing so. Professor Dapo Akande has written an article that defends the ICC practice. This article refutes the arguments made by Professor Akande.
Sekulow, Jay A. and Ash, Robert W.
"The Issue of ICC Jurisdiction Over Nationals of Non-Consenting, Non-Party States to the Rome Statute: Refuting Professor Dapo Akande’s Arguments,"
South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business: Vol. 16
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarcommons.sc.edu/scjilb/vol16/iss2/6