Man's Inhumanity to Man: Essays on International Law in Honour of Antonio Cassese

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Antonio Cassesse, Lal Chand Vohrah
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jan 1, 2003 - Law - 1 pages
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This volume contains a unique collection of essays on various aspects of current interest within the field of public international law, international criminal law, human rights and humanitarian law. The wide range and topicality of the issues covered bears witness to the vast professional experience of Antonio Cassese, the first President of the ICTY, in whose honour this collection has been compiled, and to the many fields of scholarship in which he has left a permanent mark. Written by a selection of renowned academics and practitioners, Man s Inhumanity to Man offers the reader thought-provoking discussion on the International Criminal Court, the ICTY and International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and other aspects of international criminal justice; on truth commissions and amnesties in the aftermath of armed conflicts; on military humanitarian intervention and the development of human rights protection.
  

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Contents

Improving Compliance with the Laws Applicable in Armed
1
The ICJ Statute the Charter and Forms of Legality Review
41
The Philosophy and Policy of International Criminal Justice
65
Truth Justice and Amnesty
127
Developments Under the European Convention on Human
137
Serious Violations of Human Rights and Foreign States
149
Responsabilite Etatique et Responsabilite Individuelle pour
211
Humanitarian Intervention NATO Action against
233
Casseses Tadic and the Law of NonInternational Armed
533
Topics Within the Sphere of Sentencing in International
567
International Peremptory Norms Jus Cogens
595
A Supplementary Step For Truth
641
Le Nouveau Projet de la C D I sur la Responsabilite de lEtat
655
The Rule of International Humanitarian Jurisprudence
685
Truth and Consequences or Truth and Reconciliation?
693
Human Rights under the International Covenant on Civil
729

Sur les Rapports entre Sujets et Acteurs en Droit International
261
National Jurisdiction over Extraterritorial Crimes within
279
Some Aspects of Immunity from Criminal Jurisdiction of
297
Inherent Powers of International Courts and Tribunals
353
Is a State Specially Affected when its Nationals Human Rights
373
de la Cour Internationale de Justice 19942000
399
The European Convention for the Prevention of Torture
423
The Work of the International Bar
443
Whose Intent is it Anyway? Genocide and the Intent
467
Two Recent Decisions
481
1A Is There a Hierarchy of Crimes in International Law?
511
La Condition des Victimes de Crimes de Droit International
771
Apport de la Pratique du Tribunal Penal International pour
791
The Setting of International Standards in Genomics
827
Interpreting the Statutes of the ad hoc Tribunals
847
PolicyOriented Law in the International Criminal Tribunal
889
The Contribution of the Federal Republic of Germany and
923
The United Nations and Humanitarian
935
A Perennial
953
Index
995
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