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This unique and detailed book contributed to by various experts in international humanitarian law and international criminal law, carries out a careful and critical analysis of existing national and international case law relating to the criminal prosecution and punishment of serious violations of the law on the conduct of hostilities.
The authors verify the progress that has been made to render more effective the criminal prosecution of these violations and identify the thorniest obstacles that are still remaining. The final part of the book is devoted to fact-finding and investigative issues, highlighting the evidentiary problems that a prosecutor may encounter to prove cases concerning the violation of the rules on the conduct of warfare.