Bibliography, etc. Note
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A Crimes Against Humanity Convention after the establishment of the International Criminal Court / by Morten Bergsmo and Song Tianying Codifying the 'Laws of Humanity' and the 'Dictates of the Public Consciene': towards a new global treaty on crimes against humanity / by Leila Sadat The ICC case law on the contextual elements of crimes against humanity / by Eleni Chaitidou The Draft Convention on Crimes Against Humanity: what to do with the definition? / by Darryl Robinson Beyond territory, jurisdiction, and control: towards a comprehensive obligation to prevent crimes against humanity / by María Luisa Piqué The obligation to prevent in the Proposed Convention examined in the light of the obligation to prevent in the Genocide Convention / by Travis Weber State obligation to punish core international crimes and the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention / by Julie Pasch Towards greater coherence in international criminal law: comparing protected groups in genocide and crimes against humanity / by Rhea Brathwaite The Proposed Convention on Crimes Against Humanity and human trafficking / by Christen Price The responsibility to protect and to prosecute: reflections on the Canadian experience and recommendations for the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention / by Rita Maxwell U.S. role in the prevention and prosecution of and response to crimes against humanity / by Mary Kate Whalen The Proposed Convention on Crimes Against Humanity and aut dedere aut judicare / by Ian Kennedy The aut dedere aut judicare provision in the Proposed Convention on Crimes Against Humanity: assessment from a Chinese perspective / by Shang Weiwei and Zhang Yueyao The Proposed Convention on the the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes Against Humanity: developments and deficiencies / by Tessa Bolton.