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International Crimes

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ISBN13: 9780754622406
ISBN: 0754622401
Published: April 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: £220.00

This volume makes accessible a selection of the most significant journal articles dealing with international crimes. The studies collected here should be a valuable aid to both teaching and research.

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The Context in the New Millennium: Richard Falk (1993) Rethinking the Agenda of International Law; Nikos Passas (1999) Globalization, Criminogenic Asymmetries and Economic Crime; Barbara Stark (2000) Women and Globalization: The Failure and Postmodern Possibilities of International Law; M Cherif Bassiouni (1997) Searching for Peace and Achieving Justice: The Need for Accountability; Leila Nadya Sadat and S. Richard Carden (2000) The New International Criminal Court: An Uneasy Revolution. Recent Crimes and Renewed Challenges I: Christine Chinkin (1994) Rape and Sexual Abuse of Women in International Law; Ndiva Kofele-Kale (1995) Patrimonicide: The International Economic Crime of Indigenous Spoliation; Sumit Sen (1998) Exiled at Home: The International Regime of Internal Displacement. Recent Crimes and Renewed Challenges II: Folarin Shyllon (2000) International Standards for Cultural Heritage: An African Perspective; James O. Odek (1994) Bio-Piracy: Creating Proprietary Rights in Plant Genetic Resources; Joshua P. Eaton (1997) The Nigerian Tragedy, Environmental Regulation of Transnational Corporations, and the Human Right to a Healthy Environment; Mark Allan Gray (1996) The International Crime of Ecocide. Enforcement: Carla J. Ferstman (1997) Domestic Trials for Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity: The Example of Rwanda; Ruth Wedgwood (1991) The Use of Armed Force in International Affairs: Self-Defense and the Panama Invasion; Neil Boister and Richard Burchill (1999) The Implications of the Pinochet Decisions for the Extradition or Prosecution of Former South African Heads of State for Crimes Committed Under Apartheid; Antonio Cassese (1998) On the Current Trends towards Criminal Prosecution and Punishment of Breaches of International Humanitarian Law.