IRRC No. 861

The relationship between international humanitarian law and the international criminal tribunals

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Responsibility for prosecuting the perpetrators of war crimes falls first and foremost to the states, but if they do not wish or are not in a position to do so, practice has led to the establishment of international criminal tribunals.

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