International and comparative criminal justice.
Based on the author's thesis (doctoral--University of Sydney, 2010). First published 2014 by Ashgate Publishing.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -189) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. The responsibility to protect civilians from political violence : locating necessity between the rule and its exception 2. International criminal law : from Hostis to Hostia Humani Generis 3. Between necessity and contingency : representing legality as a Faustian pact 4. Global law : from force and law to aggression and legality 5. The deficiencies of law before overwhelming violence 6. A possible methodology of judicial discourse in marshalling, interpreting, and construing aggression clauses 7. Exclusion and inclusion : from biopolitics to biolegality 8. Abuse of legality : the illegal use of the legal 9. Reframing criminal aggression from outside to inside law 10. Legality and resolving ambiguity.