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Abstract: L’Action Mondiale des Parlementaires (PGA), un réseau de plus de 1300 législateurs de
124 Parlements du monde accueille chaleureusement la nouvelle de l’accession des Iles Cook au Statut de Rome de la CPI le
18 juillet dernier. Ceci mène à 108 le nombre d’Etats qui participent au nouveau système de justice pénale internationale.
Abstract: The decade since the early 1990s has witnessed the growth of a field of research and practice aimed at resolving and preventing violent conflict. Research on violent conflict has led to a number of different theories on causes of violent conflict, many of them based on the study of large-scale, protracted conflicts in Africa and the Balkans. Advocates of conflict prevention have linked longer-term root causes of violent conflict to aspects of underdevelopment, and tensions inherent in development processes.
Abstract: The 15 volcanic islands that make up the Cook Islands are scattered over 770,000 square miles of the south Pacific ocean and lie between American Samoa to the west and French Polynesia to the east.