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Cassese's International Criminal Law579
The third edition of International Criminal Law expounds the general principles governing international crimes as well as the fundamentals of both substantive and procedural international criminal law, bringing the political and human contexts to the fore.
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Fler böcker av Antonio Cassese
<br>The late Judge Antonio Cassese was President of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. He was formerly a Professor of International Law at Florence University and member of the Institut de droit International. He was also President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). <p>Paola Gaeta is Professor of International Criminal Law at Geneva University and a former legal officer at the ICTY. <p><br>
PART I: INTRODUCTION; 1. Fundamentals of international criminal law; 2. The principle of legality; 3. The elements of international crimes, in particular the mental element; PART II: SUBSTANTIVE CRIMINAL LAW; SECTION I: INTERNATIONAL CRIMES; 4. War crimes; 5. Crimes against humanity; 6. Genocide; 7. Torture and aggression; 8. Terrorism as an international crime; SECTION II: MODES OF CRIMINAL LIABILITY; 9. Perpetration: in particular joint and indirect perpetration; 10. Omission liability and superior responsibility; 11. Other modes of criminal liability and inchoate crimes; SECTION III: CIRCUMSTANCES EXCLUDING CRIMINAL LIABILITY; 12. Justification and excuse; 13. Obedience to superior orders and official capacity; PART III: PROSECUTION AND PUNISHMENT BY INTERNATIONAL COURTS; 14. International criminal courts and tribunals; 15. The repression of international crimes by domestic jurisdiction; 16. International versus national jurisdiction; 17. Legal impediments to the exercise of criminal jurisdiction; 18. The adoption of the essential features of the adversarial system; 19. General principles governing international criminal trials; 20. Investigation and trial before international criminal courts; 21. Appeals and enforcements