The Armenian massacres of 1915-1916 a hundred years later : open questions and tentative answers in international law / Flavia Lattanzi, Emanuela Pistoia, editors.
x, 332 pages ; 25 cm.
Studies in the history of law and justice ; v. 15.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Historical introduction: World War I and the dynamics of the Armenian Genocide / Marcelo Flores On the applicability of the Genocide Convention to the Armenian Massacres / Chiara Cipolleti Is customary law on the prohibition to states to commit acts of genocide applicable to the Armenian massacres? / Alessandra Gianelli Metz Yeghern and the origin of international norms on the punishment of crimes / Antonio Marchesi Armenian cultural properties and cultural heritage: What protection under international law one hundred years later? / Federica Mucci What reparations for the descendants of the victims of "the Armenian Genocide"? / David Donat Cattin The Armenian massacres and the price of memory: impossible to forget, forbidden to remember / Agostina Latino Denying the Armenian Genocide in international and European law / Monica Spatti Criminalizing the denial of 1915-1916 Armenian massacres and the European Court of Human Rights: Perincek v Switzerland / Carmelo Domenico Leotta Is the denial of the "Armenian Genocide" an obstacle to Turkey's accession to the EU? / Pierluigi Simone The European Parliament as the human rights gatekeeper of the Union? / Alessandro Rosano The EU and the Turkish recognition of the Armenian "Genocide" in the broader framework of the EU external action: A tale of possibilities yet to be explored / Emanuela Pistoia