The Resource Africa and the Future of International Criminal Justice

Africa and the Future of International Criminal Justice

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Africa and the Future of International Criminal Justice
Title
Africa and the Future of International Criminal Justice
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eng
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Nmehielle, Vincent O
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345.0235
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KZ7075 -- .A375 2012eb
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  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- Africa
  • Criminal liability (International law)
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Africa and the Future of International Criminal Justice
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Contents
  • COVER -- DEDICATION -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- ABBREVIATIONS -- CONTRIBUTORS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION -- 1.1. AFRICA-RELATED INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACTIVITIES -- 1.2. THE RELEVANCE OF A DEBATE ON AFRICA AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE -- 1.3. QUESTIONS AND ISSUES ADDRESSED IN THIS VOLUME -- PART I: FROM RWANDA TO SIERRA LEONE -- CHAPTER 2: THE IMPACT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR RWANDA AND THE SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE ON IMPUNITY IN RWANDA AND SIERRA LEONE -- 2.1. INTRODUCTION -- 2.2. THE ICTR AND RWANDA -- 2.3. ICTR IMPACT ON PROSECUTION RATES AND TRENDS -- 2.4. ICTR NORMATIVE IMPACT -- 2.5. ICTR SENTENCING IMPACT -- 2.6. ICTR CAPACITY IMPACT -- 2.7. THE SCSL AND SIERRA LEONE -- 2.8. SCSL IMPACT ON PROSECUTION RATES AND TRENDS -- 2.9. SCSL NORMATIVE IMPACT -- 2.10. SCSL SENTENCING IMPACT -- 2.11. SCSL CAPACITY IMPACT -- 2.12. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 3: FROM PROTRACTED CONFLICT TO SUSTAINED PEACE IN SIERRA LEONE -- 3.1. INTRODUCTION -- 3.2. AN OVERVIEW OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL BACKGROUND TO THE CONFLICTS IN SIERRA LEONE -- 3.3. A BRUTAL CIVIL WAR -- 3.4. THE ROAD TO PEACE AND INSTITUTIONS OF ACCOUNTABILITY -- 3.5. A SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE -- 3.6. THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE TWO INSTITUTIONS TO PEACE -- 3.7. RESTORING THE RULE OF LAW -- 3.8. CONCLUSIONS -- PART II: AFRICA AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- CHAPTER 4: AFRICAN GRIEVANCES AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- 4.1. INTRODUCTION -- 4.2. THREE POLICY DILEMMAS FOR AFRICA REGARDING INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW -- 4.3. THE FIRST DILEMMA -- 4.4. THE SECOND DILEMMA -- 4.5. THE THIRD DILEMMA -- 4.6. A WORD ON UNIVERSAL VS. REGIONAL AUTHORITY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW -- 4.7. THE RULE OF LAW VS. DIPLOMATIC STRATEGIES, REGARDING INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW IN AFRICA AND THE BASHIR AND GADDAFFI ARREST WARRANTS
  • 4.8. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 5: HISTORICAL NARRATIVE OF MASS ATROCITIES AND INJUSTICE IN AFRICA -- 5.1. INTRODUCTION -- 5.2. AFRICA'S EARLY SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE -- 5.3. RISING TENSION AND OPPOSITION TO THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN AFRICA -- 5.4. ASSESSING THE TENSION BETWEEN AFRICAN STATES AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE -- 5.5. HISTORICAL INJUSTICES AND POSSIBLE LINKS TO CONTEMPORARY DEBATES ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN AFRICA -- 5.6. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 6: THE ICC -- 6.1. INTRODUCTION -- 6.2. CONTEXTUALISING INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE IN HISTORY -- 6.3. THE PROBLEM WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- 6.4. THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND AFRICA -- 6.5. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 7: IS THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT TARGETING AFRICA? -- 7.1. INTRODUCTION -- 7.2. THE DUTY TO PROSECUTE OR EXTRADITE PERPETRATORS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 7.3. THE COMPLEMENTARITY PRINCIPLE -- 7.4. AMNESTIES AND THE ICC -- 7.5. AMNESTIES AND THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL DEFERRAL IN TERMS OF ARTICLE 16 OF THE ROME STATUTE -- 7.6. IMMUNITY AND THE ICC -- 7.7. IMMUNITY OF HEADS OF STATE AND SENIOR STATE OFFICIALS AND PROSECUTIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 7.8. CAN AN INCUMBENT HEAD OF STATE OR SENIOR STATE OFFICIAL BE PROSECUTED IN A FOREIGN STATE? -- 7.9. THE ROME STATUTE ON IMMUNITIES FOR INCUMBENT HEADS OF STATE AND SENIOR STATE OFFICIALS -- 7.10. CONCLUSION -- PART III: AFRICA AND THE COMPLEMENTARITY PRINCIPLE OF THE ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- CHAPTER 8: TAKING CREDIBLE OWNERSHIP OF JUSTICE FOR ATROCITY CRIMES IN AFRICA -- 8.1. INTRODUCTION -- 8.2. THE AFRICAN UNION HAS REJECTED ATROCITY CRIMES AND IMPUNITY -- 8.3. WHY COMPLEMENTARITY IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE IN THE ICC PROCESS -- 8.4. IMPLEMENTING THE COMPLEMENTARITY PRINCIPLE IN AFRICA
  • 8.5. AFRICAN UNION'S ENGAGEMENT WITH THE ICC: USING THE EUROPEAN UNION'S MODEL -- 8.6. COMPLEMENTARITY AND THE PROPOSED AFRICAN UNION CRIMINAL CHAMBER -- 8.7. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 9: THE COMPLIMENTARITY PRINCIPLE PUT TO THE TEST -- 9.1. INTRODUCTION -- 9.2. BACKGROUND TO THE CASE OF UGANDA BEFORE THE ICC -- 9.3. "PUTTING THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE"? -- 9.4. EXAMINING UGANDA'S WILLINGNESS TO PROSECUTE THE LRA -- 9.5. EXAMINING UGANDA'S ABILITY TO PROSECUTE THE PERPETRATORS OF THE MOST SERIOUS CRIMES -- 9.6. CHALLENGES POSED BY DOMESTICATION OF THE ROME STATUTE -- 9.7. CONCLUSION -- PART IV: THE LIMITS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT IN ACHIEVING PEACE AND JUSTICE IN AFRICA -- CHAPTER 10: PEACE, JUSTICE AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- 10.1. INTRODUCTION -- 10.2. THE ICC'S LIMITATIONS AS AN INSTRUMENT OF JUSTICE -- 10.3. THE ICC'S POTENTIAL AS AN INSTRUMENT OF JUSTICE -- 10.4. THE PEACE AND JUSTICE DEBATE -- 10.5. THE ICC AS AN OBSTACLE TO PEACE -- 10.6. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 11: MULTINATIONAL CORPORATE COMPLICITY -- 11.1. INTRODUCTION -- 11.2. THE CASE FOR CORPORATE COMPLICITY LIABILITY -- 11.3. MODELS OF CORPORATE LIABILITY -- 11.4. MODELS OF COMPLICITY -- 11.5. CONCLUSIONS -- PART V: IMPUNITY AND JUSTICE -- CHAPTER 12: AT THE CROSSROADS -- 12.1. INTRODUCTION -- 12.2. AFRICAN UNION RESOLUTION ON THE ABUSE OF THE PRINCIPLE OF UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION -- 12.3. THE PRINCIPLE OF UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION -- 12.4. AFRICAN UNION RESOLUTION ON THE ICC INDICTMENT OF THE PRESIDENT OF SUDAN -- 12.5. AFRICAN COURT ON HUMAN AND PEOPLES' RIGHTS AND THE EXERCISE OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION -- 12.6. AU RESOLUTION ON THE TRIAL OF HISSEIN HABRE BY SENEGAL -- 12.7. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 13: THE AFRICAN UNION HIGH-LEVEL PANEL ON DARFUR -- 13.1. INTRODUCTION -- 13.2. CONCEPTUAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES CONCERNING INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN AFRICA
  • 13.3. THE ROLE OF THE AUPD IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL RESPONSES TO INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 13.4. THE AUPD AND AU RESPONSES TO INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 13.5. CONCLUSION: ASSESSMENT AND OUTLOOK -- CHAPTER 14: THE CASE FOR AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT TO PROSECUTE INTERNATIONAL CRIMES COMMITTED IN AFRICA -- 14.1. INTRODUCTION -- 14.2. CONTEXTUAL ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT -- 14.3. JUSTIFICATIONS FOR AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT -- 14.4. PROMOTING A REGIONAL CULTURE OF INDIVIDUAL CRIMINAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR GROSS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND STRENGTHENING THE AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION REGIME -- 14.5. SPEARHEADING AFRICAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW -- 14.6. LEGAL BASIS FOR AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT -- 14.7. POTENTIAL OBJECTIONS AND COUNTER-OBJECTIONS TO THE ACC -- 14.8. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 15: CONCLUSION -- APPENDICES -- INDEX
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1 online resource (471 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789460945748
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3015681
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3015681
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10735542
  • (CaONFJC)MIL424439
  • (OCoLC)823710360
Label
Africa and the Future of International Criminal Justice
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=3015681
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • COVER -- DEDICATION -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- ABBREVIATIONS -- CONTRIBUTORS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION -- 1.1. AFRICA-RELATED INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACTIVITIES -- 1.2. THE RELEVANCE OF A DEBATE ON AFRICA AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE -- 1.3. QUESTIONS AND ISSUES ADDRESSED IN THIS VOLUME -- PART I: FROM RWANDA TO SIERRA LEONE -- CHAPTER 2: THE IMPACT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR RWANDA AND THE SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE ON IMPUNITY IN RWANDA AND SIERRA LEONE -- 2.1. INTRODUCTION -- 2.2. THE ICTR AND RWANDA -- 2.3. ICTR IMPACT ON PROSECUTION RATES AND TRENDS -- 2.4. ICTR NORMATIVE IMPACT -- 2.5. ICTR SENTENCING IMPACT -- 2.6. ICTR CAPACITY IMPACT -- 2.7. THE SCSL AND SIERRA LEONE -- 2.8. SCSL IMPACT ON PROSECUTION RATES AND TRENDS -- 2.9. SCSL NORMATIVE IMPACT -- 2.10. SCSL SENTENCING IMPACT -- 2.11. SCSL CAPACITY IMPACT -- 2.12. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 3: FROM PROTRACTED CONFLICT TO SUSTAINED PEACE IN SIERRA LEONE -- 3.1. INTRODUCTION -- 3.2. AN OVERVIEW OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL BACKGROUND TO THE CONFLICTS IN SIERRA LEONE -- 3.3. A BRUTAL CIVIL WAR -- 3.4. THE ROAD TO PEACE AND INSTITUTIONS OF ACCOUNTABILITY -- 3.5. A SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE -- 3.6. THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE TWO INSTITUTIONS TO PEACE -- 3.7. RESTORING THE RULE OF LAW -- 3.8. CONCLUSIONS -- PART II: AFRICA AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- CHAPTER 4: AFRICAN GRIEVANCES AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- 4.1. INTRODUCTION -- 4.2. THREE POLICY DILEMMAS FOR AFRICA REGARDING INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW -- 4.3. THE FIRST DILEMMA -- 4.4. THE SECOND DILEMMA -- 4.5. THE THIRD DILEMMA -- 4.6. A WORD ON UNIVERSAL VS. REGIONAL AUTHORITY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW -- 4.7. THE RULE OF LAW VS. DIPLOMATIC STRATEGIES, REGARDING INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW IN AFRICA AND THE BASHIR AND GADDAFFI ARREST WARRANTS
  • 4.8. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 5: HISTORICAL NARRATIVE OF MASS ATROCITIES AND INJUSTICE IN AFRICA -- 5.1. INTRODUCTION -- 5.2. AFRICA'S EARLY SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE -- 5.3. RISING TENSION AND OPPOSITION TO THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN AFRICA -- 5.4. ASSESSING THE TENSION BETWEEN AFRICAN STATES AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE -- 5.5. HISTORICAL INJUSTICES AND POSSIBLE LINKS TO CONTEMPORARY DEBATES ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN AFRICA -- 5.6. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 6: THE ICC -- 6.1. INTRODUCTION -- 6.2. CONTEXTUALISING INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE IN HISTORY -- 6.3. THE PROBLEM WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- 6.4. THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND AFRICA -- 6.5. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 7: IS THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT TARGETING AFRICA? -- 7.1. INTRODUCTION -- 7.2. THE DUTY TO PROSECUTE OR EXTRADITE PERPETRATORS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 7.3. THE COMPLEMENTARITY PRINCIPLE -- 7.4. AMNESTIES AND THE ICC -- 7.5. AMNESTIES AND THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL DEFERRAL IN TERMS OF ARTICLE 16 OF THE ROME STATUTE -- 7.6. IMMUNITY AND THE ICC -- 7.7. IMMUNITY OF HEADS OF STATE AND SENIOR STATE OFFICIALS AND PROSECUTIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 7.8. CAN AN INCUMBENT HEAD OF STATE OR SENIOR STATE OFFICIAL BE PROSECUTED IN A FOREIGN STATE? -- 7.9. THE ROME STATUTE ON IMMUNITIES FOR INCUMBENT HEADS OF STATE AND SENIOR STATE OFFICIALS -- 7.10. CONCLUSION -- PART III: AFRICA AND THE COMPLEMENTARITY PRINCIPLE OF THE ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- CHAPTER 8: TAKING CREDIBLE OWNERSHIP OF JUSTICE FOR ATROCITY CRIMES IN AFRICA -- 8.1. INTRODUCTION -- 8.2. THE AFRICAN UNION HAS REJECTED ATROCITY CRIMES AND IMPUNITY -- 8.3. WHY COMPLEMENTARITY IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE IN THE ICC PROCESS -- 8.4. IMPLEMENTING THE COMPLEMENTARITY PRINCIPLE IN AFRICA
  • 8.5. AFRICAN UNION'S ENGAGEMENT WITH THE ICC: USING THE EUROPEAN UNION'S MODEL -- 8.6. COMPLEMENTARITY AND THE PROPOSED AFRICAN UNION CRIMINAL CHAMBER -- 8.7. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 9: THE COMPLIMENTARITY PRINCIPLE PUT TO THE TEST -- 9.1. INTRODUCTION -- 9.2. BACKGROUND TO THE CASE OF UGANDA BEFORE THE ICC -- 9.3. "PUTTING THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE"? -- 9.4. EXAMINING UGANDA'S WILLINGNESS TO PROSECUTE THE LRA -- 9.5. EXAMINING UGANDA'S ABILITY TO PROSECUTE THE PERPETRATORS OF THE MOST SERIOUS CRIMES -- 9.6. CHALLENGES POSED BY DOMESTICATION OF THE ROME STATUTE -- 9.7. CONCLUSION -- PART IV: THE LIMITS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT IN ACHIEVING PEACE AND JUSTICE IN AFRICA -- CHAPTER 10: PEACE, JUSTICE AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT -- 10.1. INTRODUCTION -- 10.2. THE ICC'S LIMITATIONS AS AN INSTRUMENT OF JUSTICE -- 10.3. THE ICC'S POTENTIAL AS AN INSTRUMENT OF JUSTICE -- 10.4. THE PEACE AND JUSTICE DEBATE -- 10.5. THE ICC AS AN OBSTACLE TO PEACE -- 10.6. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 11: MULTINATIONAL CORPORATE COMPLICITY -- 11.1. INTRODUCTION -- 11.2. THE CASE FOR CORPORATE COMPLICITY LIABILITY -- 11.3. MODELS OF CORPORATE LIABILITY -- 11.4. MODELS OF COMPLICITY -- 11.5. CONCLUSIONS -- PART V: IMPUNITY AND JUSTICE -- CHAPTER 12: AT THE CROSSROADS -- 12.1. INTRODUCTION -- 12.2. AFRICAN UNION RESOLUTION ON THE ABUSE OF THE PRINCIPLE OF UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION -- 12.3. THE PRINCIPLE OF UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION -- 12.4. AFRICAN UNION RESOLUTION ON THE ICC INDICTMENT OF THE PRESIDENT OF SUDAN -- 12.5. AFRICAN COURT ON HUMAN AND PEOPLES' RIGHTS AND THE EXERCISE OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION -- 12.6. AU RESOLUTION ON THE TRIAL OF HISSEIN HABRE BY SENEGAL -- 12.7. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 13: THE AFRICAN UNION HIGH-LEVEL PANEL ON DARFUR -- 13.1. INTRODUCTION -- 13.2. CONCEPTUAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES CONCERNING INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN AFRICA
  • 13.3. THE ROLE OF THE AUPD IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL RESPONSES TO INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 13.4. THE AUPD AND AU RESPONSES TO INTERNATIONAL CRIMES -- 13.5. CONCLUSION: ASSESSMENT AND OUTLOOK -- CHAPTER 14: THE CASE FOR AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT TO PROSECUTE INTERNATIONAL CRIMES COMMITTED IN AFRICA -- 14.1. INTRODUCTION -- 14.2. CONTEXTUAL ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT -- 14.3. JUSTIFICATIONS FOR AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT -- 14.4. PROMOTING A REGIONAL CULTURE OF INDIVIDUAL CRIMINAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR GROSS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND STRENGTHENING THE AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION REGIME -- 14.5. SPEARHEADING AFRICAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW -- 14.6. LEGAL BASIS FOR AN AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURT -- 14.7. POTENTIAL OBJECTIONS AND COUNTER-OBJECTIONS TO THE ACC -- 14.8. CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 15: CONCLUSION -- APPENDICES -- INDEX
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (471 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789460945748
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3015681
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3015681
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10735542
  • (CaONFJC)MIL424439
  • (OCoLC)823710360

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