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Author / Creator:Bantekas, Ilias.
Edition:[4th ed.]
Imprint:Oxford ; Portland, OR : Hart Pub., 2010.
Description:lxii, 604 p. ; 25 cm.
Subject:Criminal law.
Criminal jurisdiction.
International crimes.
Internationales Strafrecht.
Criminal jurisdiction.
Criminal law.
International crimes.
Format: Print Book
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ISBN:9781849460453 (pbk.)
1849460450 (pbk.)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Preface
  • Table of Cases
  • Table of Treaties
  • Table of National Legislation
  • Part I. Fundamental Principles of International Crimes and Criminal Justice
  • Chapter 1. Fundamentals of International Criminal Law
  • Chapter 2. The Subjective and Objective Elements of International Crimes
  • Chapter 3. Modes of Liability and Criminal Participation
  • Chapter 4. The Law of Command Responsibility
  • Part II. Defences and Excuses From Criminal Liability
  • Chapter 5. Defences in International Criminal Law
  • Chapter 6. Immunities from Criminal Jurisdiction
  • Part III. Substantive Crimes
  • Chapter 7. War Crimes and Grave Breaches
  • Chapter 8. Crimes Against Humanity
  • Chapter 9. The Crime of Genocide
  • Chapter 10. Offences Against the Person
  • Chapter 11. Transnational Crimes
  • Chapter 12. Terrorism
  • Chapter 13. The Crime of Aggression
  • Chapter 14. International Criminal Law of the Sea
  • Part IV. Enforcement of International Criminal Law
  • Chapter 15. The Exercise of Criminal Jurisdiction
  • Chapter 16. International Cooperation in Criminal Matters
  • Chapter 17. The Nuremberg and Tokyo Tribunals and the Origins of International Criminal Justice
  • Chapter 18. The International Criminal Tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda
  • Chapter 19. The Permanent International Criminal Court
  • Chapter 20. Internationalised Domestic Criminal Tribunals, Truth Commissions and Amnesties
  • Part V. Evidence and International Criminal Procedure
  • Chapter 21. Evidence before International Criminal Courts and Tribunals By Caroline Buisman
  • Chapter 22. The Status of Victims in International Criminal Law and Criminal Proceedings
  • Index