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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Defenses in Contemporary International Criminal Law

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ISBN13: 9781571051516
ISBN: 1571051511
Published: April 2001
Publisher: Transnational Publishers, Inc
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Chapter headings: Methodology for Determining a Uniform System of International Criminal Law Defences; International Criminal Law Defences Originating from Customary International Law; International Criminal Law Defences Originating From Comparative Criminal Law; Individual and Institutional Command responsibility and the International Regulation of Armed Conflicts; International Criminal Law Defences and the International Regulation of Armed Conflicts; Self-Defence by States and Individuals in the Law of War; Contemporary and New Technical Issues of International Criminal Law Defences; A New Concept of International Due Process.

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Contents:
Methodology for determining a uniform system of international criminal law defenses; international criminal law defenses originating from customary international law; interantional criminal law defenses originating from comparative criminal law; individual and institutional command responsibility and the international regulation of armed conflicts; international criminal law defenses and the international regulation of armed conflicts; self-defense by states and individuals in the law of war; contemporary and new technical issues of international criminal law defenses; a new concept of international due process.