School of Human Rights Research series ; v. 41.
"This volume is an adapted version of a dissertation defended at Tilburg University on 24 September 2010"--Title page verso.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Part 1. Introduction Ch. I. General Introduction Part 2. Analysing male captus bene detentus Ch. II. The origin of the maxim Ch. III. Dissecting the maxim: concepts, delimitations and definitions Part 3. Male captus bene detentus in practice Ch. IV. Introduction Ch. V. Cases between states Ch. VI. Cases between states and international(ised) criminal tribunals Ch. VII. Creating an external evaluative framework: principles distilled from part 3 Part 4. The international criminal court Ch. VIII. General information on the arrest and surrender regime Ch. IX. Creating an internal evaluative framwork: Article 21 of the ICC Statute Ch. X. Finding the current ICC position on the male captus issue Part 5. Conclusion Ch. XI. Answering the central question, recommendations and epilogue.
KZ6311 .P38 2010
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