State crime: current perspectives

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Contributors: Rothe, Dawn (Hrsg.)
Format: Print Book
Published: New Brunswick, NJ [u.a.] Rutgers University Press c 2011
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Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index. - Revisiting crimes by the capitalist state / Gregg Barak -- The crime of the last century and of this century / David O. Friedrichs -- Nuclear weapons, international law, and the normalization of state crime / Ronald C. Kramer and David Kauzlarich -- Empire and exceptionalism : the Bush administration's criminal war against Iraq / Ronald C. Kramer and Raymond J. Michalowski -- Do empires commit state crime? / Peter Iadicola -- Burundi / Kara Hoofnagle -- Legal precedent, jurisprudence, and state crime : Pinochet and crimes against humanity / Dawn L. Rothe and Michael Bohlander -- Reinventing controlling state crime and varieties of state crime and its control : reflections on what I would have done differently had I had to do it again / Jeffrey Ian Ross -- Complementary and alternative domestic responses to state crime / Dawn L. Rothe -- The fairness of Gacaca / Roelof H. Haveman and Alphonse Muleefu -- "A baleful pestilent growth to which the axe must by all means be laid--- " : assassination of regime elites versus collateral civilian damage : an exploratory essay / Michael Bohlander and Dawn L. Rothe -- How to restore justice in Serbia? : a closer look at peoples' opinions about post-war reconciliation / Stephan Parmentier, Marta Valiñas, and Elmar Weitekamp -- The current status and role of the international criminal court / Christopher W. Mullins
Physical Description:XI, 335 S. 24 cm