This comment examines the difficulties involved in implementing Resolution 808, and also its contribution to the development of a permanent international criminal court (hereinafter "ICC"). The comment begins with an overview of Security Council Resolution 808. The comment next considers the factors that have stopped previous attempts to create an ICC. Finally, the author proposes that a permanent ICC could and should be implemented and that the earlier difficulties in establishing such a tribunal have been overcome.
Daniel B. Pickard,
Security Council Resolution 808: A Step Toward a Permanent International Court for the Prosecution of International Crimes and Human Rights Violations, 25 Golden Gate U. L. Rev.