International Criminal Law
This work explores criminal issues from an international law perspective, and domestic state practice from a variety of common law and civil law states. It takes account of international (international criminal tribunals) and domestic case law, and recent international developments, su ch as the International Criminal Court, terrorism-related issues (such as the Lockerbie case).
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Table of International Instruments
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