International and comparative criminal justice.
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A crime without a name The contours of genocide Genocide in crime codes Prosecuting under a quasi-genocide statute Prosecuting without a genocide statute Prosecuting under a true genocide statute Prosecuting in international courts Suing in the world court Ex post facto genocide Treaty violation or crime Genocide in customary law The UN Security Council and genocide The acts of genocide Genocide by killing Destroying a group Instant destruction Intent without intent The motives for genocide The intent of others The numbers game Identifying a group A group in the eye of the beholder Genocide by mistake Retail genocide Wholesale genocide Local genocide Targeting important persons Targeting political opponents Ethnic cleansing and genocidal intent Ethnic cleansing in the courts Human habitat Aerial genocide Nuclear genocide Opting out The Convention's curious omission States as criminals States as perpetrators of genocide Other routes to jurisdiction States as intermeddlers A legal interest in genocide Compensation for victims The World Court's power The need for genocide The power of domestic courts The deterrent value of genocide.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -298) and index.