International and comparative criminal law series.
Formatted Contents Note
Methodology for determining a uniform system of international criminal law defenses International criminal law defenses originating from customary international law International criminal law defenses originating from comparative criminal law The diverging position of criminal law defenses before the ICTY and ICC : contemporary developments Individual and institutional command responsibility and the international regulation of armed conflicts International criminal law defenses and the international regulation of armed conflicts Self-defense by states and individuals in the law of war Contemporary and new technical issues of international criminal law defenses A new concept of international due process.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-327) and index.