This chapter considers the means that are made available for the execution of the mandate. It provides a comprehensive overview of funding mechanisms and budgets of international tribunals as well as internal cost allocation between the different court organs. It also ‘follows the money’ and presents cost tabulations and comparisons. After nearly twenty years of experimenting it is clear that international criminal justice does not come cheap.
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