9780314159977 (electronic book) 0314159975 (electronic book) 9781634590501 1634590503
American casebook series. Global issues series (St. Paul, Minn.)
Introduces issues arising in international and transnational crimes, giving students a broad perspective on this developing area of the law.
At head of title on cover: Cases and materials.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgements; Global Issues Series; Summary of Contents; Table of Contents; Chapter I. Introduction; A. Introduction to the Concept and Study of Global Issues; B. Federal and State Jurisdiction; C. International and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction; D. Players in International Criminal Law: States, Individuals, Tribunals, and Other Entities as â#x80;#x9C;Subjectsâ#x80;#x9D; of International Law; E. The Sources of International Criminal Law; Chapter II. Transnational Crimes; A. Introduction; B. Transnational Problem C. Constitutional Power to Reach Foreign ConductD. Jurisdiction; United States v. Larsen; United States v. Martinelli; Notes and Questions; E. Investigating and Prosecuting Violations of Foreign Law; F. Extradition; Chapter III. Terrorism; A. Introduction and Conceptual Background; B. Terrorism Problem; C. Defining and Prosecuting Terrorism in the United States; D. International and Foreign Definitions of Terrorism; E. Public Authority Defense; F. International and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Over Terrorism; United States v. Yousef; Notes and Questions; Chapter IV. Genocide A. Introduction to Genocide and International Criminal TribunalsB. Introduction to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal and Genocide Problem; C. Sources of Law; D. Federal Genocide Statute; Notes and Questions; Index