Rape and international criminal law / Irene Piccolo.
The Hague, The Netherlands : International Courts Association, 
540 pages ; 23 cm.
International criminal law series ; 7.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Historical evolution of the concept of "rape" 2. Definition of rape in international law 3. Constitutive elements: actus reus, mens rea, non consent 4. United Nations Commission on Yugoslavia conflict: rape as tool of "ethnic cleansing" 5. International Tribunals and procedural issues: a. historical contest: Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda ; b. creation of the ad hoc Tribunals ; c. protection of victims ; guarantees for accused 6. Main judgements: a. Tadic and Blaskic: rape as element of a widespread or systematic campaign of terror ; b. Akayesu: rape as genocide ; c. "Cilibici Camp" and case law on Rape as Torture ; d. Furundẑija : rape as a war crime ; e. Kunarac et al. ("Foca') and rape as a crime against humanity 7. Conclusion Appendix: Documents; Case law ICTR and ICTY.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
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