International and European criminal law
- Satzger, Helmut author.
- München, Germany : C.H. Beck ; Oxford, United Kingdom : Hart ; Baden-Baden, Germany : Nomos, 
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- Physical description
- xxxv, 301 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
KZ7000 .S2813 2012
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- Includes bibliographical references (p. xxi-xxxv) and index.
- Criminal law in an international context
- Terminology of "international criminal law"
- The application of national criminal law to cases with international elements
- The principles of criminal jurisdiction and their implementation in national legal orders
- Basic principles and issues of European criminal law
- Supranational criminal law
- The influence of European criminal law on domestic substantive criminal law
- Criminal law enforcement in Europe
- The European Convention on Human Rights
- General introduction to international criminal law
- History of international criminal law
- The International Criminal Court (ICC)
- The general part of international criminal law
- Special part of international criminal law
- The implementation of the ICC-statute into national law : the German solution in particular.
- Publisher's Summary
- This work highlights the international aspects of criminal law so far ingrained in national law. The book is designed to give a first and solid introduction to international criminal law, using numerous examples and references to schemas and charts. It also caters for the needs of students and academics in this field.
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- by Dr. Helmut Satzger, Professor of Law at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich.
- Previously issued in German.
- Companion website available.
- Related Work
- Satzger, Helmut. Internationales und europäisches Strafrecht.
- Other edition
- English translation of: Satzger, Helmut. Internationales und europäisches Strafrecht. 5. Aufl. Baden-Baden : Nomos, 2011 9783832967406 (DLC) 2012415762 (OCoLC)810330532