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Punishing violations of international humanitarian law a the national level: a guide for common law states Book - March 9, 2016

By Anna Segall (Author)

IHL - IMPLEMENTATION

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The ICRC guide Punishing violations of IHL at the national level is intended as a practical reference work for lawmakers and others in common law States who are directly involved in incorporating provisions for the punishment of violations of international humanitarian law into national legal systems. It consists of nine stand-alone chapters on issues relevant to the prosecution of grave breaches and other violations of humanitarian law, and international crimes such as genocide, torture and… More
The ICRC guide Punishing violations of IHL at the national level is intended as a practical reference work for lawmakers and others in common law States who are directly involved in incorporating provisions for the punishment of violations of international humanitarian law into national legal systems. It consists of nine stand-alone chapters on issues relevant to the prosecution of grave breaches and other violations of humanitarian law, and international crimes such as genocide, torture and crimes against humanity. Less

Published : 2001