International Criminal Law

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Cavendish Pub., 2001 - Law - 323 pages
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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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Contents

Table of Cases
xv
Table of Statutes
xxvii
Table of International Instruments
xxxiii
Copyright

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Susan Nash is a Professor of Law and Director of Postgraduate Legal Studies at the University of Westminster. Ilias Bantekas is a Visiting Fellow at Harvard and Reader and Director of the International Law Unit at the University of Westminster.

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