International Criminal Law (inbunden)
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International Criminal Law (inbunden)

International Criminal Law

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International Criminal Law provides a comprehensive overview of an increasingly integral part of public international law. It complements the usual accounts of the substantive law of those international crimes tried to date before international criminal courts and of the institutional law of those courts with in-depth analyses of fundamental formal juridical concepts such as an 'international crime' and an 'international criminal court'; with detailed
examinations of the many international crimes provided for by way of multilateral treaty and of the attendant obligations and rights of states parties; and with sustained attention to the implementation of international criminal law at the national level. Direct, concise, and precise, International Criminal Law
should prove a valuable resource for scholars and practitioners of the discipline of international criminal law.
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Roger O'Keefe, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Cambridge Dr Roger O'Keefe is a Senior Lecturer in Law and the Deputy Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and a Visiting Professor at the Central European University in Budapest. He has published and lectured widely on international criminal law, international humanitarian law, international human rights law and international cultural heritage law, as well as on topics of general interest in public international law such as the sources of international law, the law of treaties, the relationship between international and domestic law, statehood and admission to the United Nations, title to territory, jurisdiction and immunities, state responsibility and the advisory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice. In 2009 he was a member and the co-rapporteur of the African Union-European Union Technical Ad hoc Expert Group on the Principle of Universal Jurisdiction.


1. Introduction ; PART 1: ELEMENTARY CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES ; 2. The international rules on national criminal jurisdiction ; 3. The genus and species of international crime ; 4. International criminal courts and municipal criminal courts with international elements ; PART 2: THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES ; 5. Crimes under customary international law (i): Individual criminal responsibility under customary international law ; 6. Crimes under customary international law (ii): The crimes ; 7. Crimes under customary international law (iii): The modes of responsibility ; 8. Crimes under customary international law (iv): Grounds for excluding responsibility ; 9. Crimes pursuant to customary international law: The crime of piracy ; 10. Treaty crimes (i): General ; 11. Treaty crimes (ii): Treaty-based responses to terrorism ; PART 3: PROSECUTION AND PUNISHMENT & OTHER SUPPRESSION ; 12. International crimes in ordinary municipal courts (i): Imposing and excluding responsibility ; 13. International crimes in ordinary municipal courts (ii): Three controversies ; 14. Municipal courts with international elements ; 15. International criminal courts (i): The International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda ; 16. International criminal courts (ii): The Special Court for Sierra Leone and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon ; 17. International criminal courts (iii): The International Criminal Court ; 18. International criminal courts (iv): The rights of the accused and the protection and rights of victims ; 19. The further role of the United Nations Security Council ; 20. Concluding observations