Crimes against humanity in the 21st century: law, practice, and threats to international peace and security

The origins of the concept of crimes against humanity -- The Nuremberg precedent -- From Nuremberg to the Hague -- 1993-1998 : the modern definition of crimes against humanity -- The law of the international and internationalised tribunals -- The law of the International Criminal Court -- State prac...

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Main Author: Dubler, Robert (Author)
Other Authors: Kalyk, Matthew (Author)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Leiden Boston Brill Nijhoff [2018]
Online Access: Table of Contents
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Summary:The origins of the concept of crimes against humanity -- The Nuremberg precedent -- From Nuremberg to the Hague -- 1993-1998 : the modern definition of crimes against humanity -- The law of the international and internationalised tribunals -- The law of the International Criminal Court -- State practice after the Rome Conference of 1998 -- Crimes against humanity and threats to international peace and security -- Crimes against humanity under customary international law and the ICC : the Chapeau elements -- Crimes against humanity under customary international law and the ICC : the underlying crimes -- Prosecuting crimes against humanity in domestic courts
Item Description:Enthält einen Index
Physical Description:XVI, 1090 Seiten
ISBN:9789004347670