A Critical Introduction to International Criminal Law

Published on Jan 31, 2019
Carsten Stahn15
Estimated H-index: 15
(LEI: Leiden University)
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En el estudio de los patrones de asentamiento en la frontera agraria de Colombia, han predominado estudios sobre el proceso de colonizacion rural; este mismo sesgo rural existe en torno a los efectos del conflicto en esta region del pais. Esta tesis plantea la importancia de entender la “ciudad colona” como ventana para entender a la colonizacion entre 1959 y 1985 como un dispositivo que conecto una serie de heterogeneas instituciones que respondian a una coyuntura politica, y que cumplio una fu...
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Originally published in 1893 and never out of print, Emile Durkheim's groundbreaking work remains one of the cornerstone texts of the sociological canon--now updated and re-translated in this new edition.As the Industrial Revolution was changing the landscape of society, Durkheim presented a new vision of the social structures at the root of capitalism, and the issues he grappled with still resound today. If pre-industrial societies were held together by common values, sentiments, and norms, equ...
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#1Kirsten SellarsH-Index: 2
Foreword Simon Chesterman Introduction Kirsten Sellars 1. Treasonable conspiracies at Paris, Moscow, and Delhi: the legal hinterland of the Tokyo tribunal Kirsten Sellars 2. Then and now: command responsibility, the Tokyo tribunal, and modern international criminal law Robert Cryer 3. Colonial justice at the Netherlands Indies war crimes trials Lisette Schouten 4. The superior orders defence at the postwar trials in Singapore Cheah Wui Ling 5. The Khabarovsk trial: the Soviet riposte to the Toky...
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In the immediate aftermath of the armistice that ended the First World War, the Allied nations of Britain, France, and Italy agreed to put the fallen German Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II on trial, in what would be the first ever international criminal tribunal. In Britain, Lloyd George campaigned for re-election on the slogan 'hang the Kaiser', but the Italians had only lukewarm support for a trial, and there was outright resistance from the United States.
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#1Bronwyn Leebaw (UCR: University of California, Riverside)H-Index: 4
How is disobedience required under international criminal law? How do war crimes trials demand and seek to cultivate disobedience as a response to atrocity? It is widely recognized that international law may require disobedience as a response to domestic authorities that order or legalize war crimes, yet this obligation to disobey is commonly conceptualized as a kind of byproduct of efforts to establish compliance with international norms. Drawing on empirical and theoretical scholarship analyzi...
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#1Yael Ronen (HUJI: Hebrew University of Jerusalem)H-Index: 6
This chapter examines three legal issues that may arise with respect to prosecution before the ICC of nationals of non-parties. One concerns the prohibition on retroactive criminalisation; another is the simultaneous applicability of different criminal codes; and a third is a potential violation of the rights of the non-party States. The chapter examines these questions by reference to situations presently under preliminary examination or investigation by the Office of the Prosecutor.