complementarity


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a relation between two opposite states or principles that together exhaust the possibilities

the interrelation of reciprocity whereby one thing supplements or depends on the other

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The principle of complementarity means that the ICC can only hear a case if the courts in a concerned state are unable or unwilling to act on a certain case.
But understanding the potential of complementarity is just the first step.
To violate the principle of complementarity would be to violate the very basis of our consent to be bound by the Rome Statute,"Roquesaid.
Briggs is especially effective in demonstrating that the other hierarchies in the Hebrew and Christian scriptures have been superseded in modern times and modern theology--who now argues for the complementarity of slave and free or Jew and Greek?
The term complementarity originated in a series of addresses by St.
Complementarity (or Integrated Polarity) is the first unifying Law, where ultimately the apparent opposites become unified at the deeper levels of universal Consciousness.
Steve C Roach, Critical Theory of International Politics Complementarity, Justice and Governance, New York: Routledge, 2010.
7) This perversion of justice has infringed the principles of fundamental justice--which imply insuring the defendant's right to fair trial and sentence (8)--and put the ICC's complementarity regime on the horns of a dilemma.
Many studies have emphasized resource complementarity as an essential component in the potential of an alliance to create synergy effects (see, for example, Lin, Yang, and Arya 2009; Osborn and Hagedoorn 1997).
According to the market complementarity analysis conducted by the TDAP there are large number of products which Pakistan is exporting, in large volumes, to the world and the Central Asian Republics are importing the same products from other global sources but not from Pakistan; it establishes that a complementarity between the Central Asian market (demand) and Pakistan's production strengths (supply) does exist.
Part I describes the role of the ICC in the international criminal justice system, elaborates on the importance of the principle of complementarity to the goals of the institution, and surveys critiques that have been levied against the Court.
This year, Francis has dedicated his general audience talks to the family In mid-April, a speech on the difference and complementarity between men and women served as the foundation for two later speeches about the sacrament of marriage.
In addition to being geographically contiguous, our countries are characterized not only by harmony at the human level, but also by complementarity in terms of their immense human and natural resources.
BARDO (TAP) - The National Constituent Assembly (NCA) has urged political players, civil society and intellectuals to help find solutions to clear socio-economic hurdles in the way of the Maghreb integration and complementarity.