An Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure (Google eBook)

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Cambridge University Press, Jun 14, 2007 - Law - 477 pages
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International criminal law has developed considerably in the last decade and a half, resulting in a complex and re-invigorated discipline. This has impacted directly on the popularity of the study of the subject, particularly on postgraduate law degrees. This textbook serves these courses by providing an introduction to the principles of international criminal law and processes. Written by four international lawyers with experience of teaching international criminal law, it is accessible yet sophisticated in its approach. It covers substantive international criminal law, the institutions designed to enforce it and their procedures, and the international law applicable to domestic prosecutions of international crimes. It will be essential reading for students and teachers of international criminal law. In addition, practitioners and researchers in the field (and in related fields such as criminal law), students of international law and international relations will find this introduction invaluable.
  

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Contents

PART A
1
2
17
PARTB
37
4
54
5
71
PARTC
91
7
102
8
119
12
221
13
262
14
281
PARTE
301
16
331
17
349
18
393
PARTF
405

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149
PARTD
165
11
187
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422
21
446

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About the author (2007)

Robert Cryer is a Lecturer in International Law at the University of Nottingham.

Hakan Friman is a Visiting Professor at University College London.

Darryl Robinson currently holds a position at the Prosecutor's Office at the International Criminal Court.

Elizabeth Wilmshurst is a Senior Fellow at Chatham House and a Visiting Professor at University College London.

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