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Book
xxi, 354 pages ; 22 cm.
  • A concise history of international criminal law
  • Sovereignty, jurisdiction, and power
  • The making of international criminal law
  • The internationalization of crimes
  • The principle of legality in international criminal law
  • The legal regulation of armed conflict
  • The crimes of terrorism
  • Genocide and crimes against humanity
  • Immunities, amnesties, and excuses
  • Forms of individual responsibility
  • International criminal law and its alternatives : truth, justice, reconciliation, and memory.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-5012-01, LAW-5012-01