International Criminal Law: Cases and Commentary
International Criminal Law: Cases and Commentary presents a comprehensive practice-oriented explanation of the development of major areas in substantive international criminal law through a selection of key illustrative cases from domestic and international jurisdictions.
The book focuses on law related to individual criminal liability for war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and aggression, with specific attention paid to sources of international criminal law, fundamental principles of criminal responsibility, and defences. The decisions presented in the book are helpfully accompanied by short introductions setting out the circumstances of each case and brief commentaries on the importance of the decision and principles illustrated.
Oxford University Press
crimes against humanity, defenses, genocide, terrorism, torture, trials, war crimes
Criminal Law | International Law | Military, War, and Peace
Antonio A. Cassese, Guido G. Acqiaviva, Mary D. Fan & Alex A. Whiting,
International Criminal Law: Cases and Commentary,
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