Genocide and Political Groups (inbunden)
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Genocide and Political Groups (inbunden)

Genocide and Political Groups

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During the drafting of the Genocide Convention in 1948, a critical and controversial decision was made to exclude political groups, thereby limiting the Convention to national, ethnic, racial and religious collectives. This book analyzes whether this legal dichotomy continues to make sense, drawing on a comprehensive analysis of state practice.
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David Nersessian currently is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law, where he previously taught for many years as an adjunct faculty member. Prior to joining BU Law's faculty, he was Executive Director of Harvard Law School's Program on the Legal Profession. He earned his D. Phil in Law from Oxford University (St. Catherine's College), where his research concentrated in public international law, international criminal law and genocide. Prior to his doctoral work, Dr. Nersessian practiced for many years as a litigation attorney with large law firms in the United States after graduating magna cum laude from Boston University School of Law in 1995.


Introduction; 1. Defining a Crime Without a Name; 2. Conduct Elements; 3. Mens Rea; 4. Human Groups and Genocide; 5. Political Genocide and Customary International Law; 6. Political Genocide and the Principles of Legality; 7. The Case for a Crime of Political Genocide; 8. The Way Forward: Rethinking the Crime of Crimes; Appendix A - State Practice on Genocide; Appendix B - Unofficial Translations of Domestic Laws on Genocide from 84 States