International and comparative criminal justice.
Formatted Contents Note
The crime of genocide : 'a crime without a name'? Dehumanizing intent and death by destruction The conventional approach to the genocidal pattern of conduct : the omission of dehumanization The conventional selective protection of groups : the omission of 'racialization' The conventional approach to genocidal intent The genocidal state The conventional omission of genocide denial The conventional restrictive approach and the jus cogens prohibition of genocide The symptoms of the inapplicability of the genocide convention : the lack of state practice Legal memory : its impact on the social and collective memory of the crime.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -174) and index.