7. As Sir Franklin Berman said: “I believe that the Court`s relations will be the ongoing relationship with the Security Council.” (Berman, F., `The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and the Security Council`Google Scholar, in Von Hebel et al., op. cit. 6, p. 173.) (5) Article 2 of the ICC statute states that “[d]er Court of Justice … [d]er … By an agreement that must be approved by the Assembly of States Parties to this Statute and which will then be concluded by the President of the Court on his behalf, will be put in contact with the United Nations. For the draft agreement on relations between the Court and the United Nations, see report of the Preparatory Commission of the International Criminal Court (more). Preparatory Commission of the International Criminal Court, PCNICC/2001/1/Add.1, 8. January 2002. (6) There may also be a relationship between the International Court of Justice and the ICC see Higgins, R., “The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and the International Court of Justice,” in Reflections on the International Criminal Court: Essays in Honour of Adriaan Bos, von Hebel, H.A.M., Lammers, J.G., AND Schukking, J., eds. (The Hague, T.M.C Asser Press 1999) S.
163CrossRefGoogle Scholar. On the relationship between the ICC and the ICTY (as long as the ICTY remains in place), see May, R., “The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia`Google Scholar, in Von Hebel et al., ibid., at. 155. 46. Article 103 of the United Nations Charter: “In the event of a conflict between the obligations of United Nations Members under that Charter and their obligations under another international agreement, the obligations under that Charter prevail.” See art. 103 infra. 48. Please list all the fees and grants of, Employment, advice, shared co-ownership or any close relationship with an organization whose interests may be affected by the publication of the response. Please also list all non-financial associations or interests (personal, professional, political, institutional, religious or other) that a reasonable reader wishes to know about the work submitted.