Crime of Aggression 2 Volume Hardback Set

Crime of Aggression 2 Volume Hardback Set

A Commentary

Barriga, Stefan; Kress, Claus

Cambridge University Press

10/2016

1488

Dura

Inglês

9781107015265

15 a 20 dias

This landmark commentary, over two volumes, provides the first analysis of the history, theory, legal interpretation and future of the crime of aggression. The authoritative contributors explain the positions of the main actors in the negotiations at Kampala and set out how countries have criminalized illegal war-making in domestic law and practice.
Volume 1: Introduction: the crime of aggression and the international legal order Claus Kress; Part I. History: 1. World War I, Wilhelm II and Article 227: the origin of the idea of 'aggression' in international criminal law Kirsten Sellars; 2. The crimes against peace precedent Carrie McDougall; 3. The legacy of the Tokyo dissents on 'crimes against peace' Kirsten Sellars; 4. The General Assembly's definition of the act of aggression Thomas Bruha; 5. The practice of the Security Council regarding the concept of aggression Nicolaos Strapatsas; 6. The International Court of Justice and the concept of aggression Dapo Akande and Antonios Tzanakopoulos; 7. The International Law Commission's work on aggression James Crawford; 8. Negotiations on the Rome Statute (1995-1998) Roger S. Clark; Part II. Theory: 9. Just war theory and the crime of aggression Larry May; 10. The modern doctrinal debate on the crime of aggression Florian Jessberger; 11. The specificity of the crime of aggression Astrid Reisinger Coracini and Pal Wrange; 12. Aggression and international human rights law William Schabas; Part III. Crime of Aggression under Current International Law: 13. Interpreting the crime of aggression Leena Grover; 14. The state conduct element Claus Kress; 15. Individual conduct Roger S. Clark; 16. General principles of international criminal law Roger S. Clark; 17. Entry into force and conditions for the exercise of jurisdiction: cross-cutting issues Stefan Barriga and Niels Blokker; 18. Conditions for the exercise of jurisdiction based on Security Council referrals Niels Blokker and Stefan Barriga; 19. Conditions for the exercise of jurisdiction based on state referrals and proprio motu investigations Stefan Barriga and Niels Blokker; 20. Immunities Helmut Kreicker; 21. The crime of aggression, domestic prosecutions and complementarity Pal Wrange; 22. The judicial function of the pre-trial division Eleni Chaitidou, Franziska Eckelmans and Barbara Roche; 23. Victims of the crime of aggression Erin Pobjie; Part IV. Crime of Aggression and National Law: 24. Croatia Ksenija Turkovic and Maja Munivrana Vajda; 25. Germany Elisa Hoven; 26. Estonia Andres Parmas; 27. Russia Svetlana Glotova; 28. United Kingdom Roger O'Keefe. Volume 2: 29. The Arab world Mohamed M. El Zeidy; 30. Asia Nina H. B. Jorgensen; 31. (Extended) synopsis: the crime of aggression under domestic criminal law Astrid Reisinger Coracini; 32. Selected national laws and regional instruments on the crime of aggression Astrid Reisinger Coracini; Part V. Crime of Aggression and the Future World Order: Section 1. Actors' Views: 33. Brazil Marcel Biato and Marcelo Boehlke; 34. China Zhou Lulu; 35. France Edwige Belliard; 36. Germany Susanne Wasum-Rainer; 37. India Narinder Singh; 38. Iran Djamchid Momtaz and Esmaeil Baghaei Hamaneh; 39. Israel Roy Schoendorf and Daniel Geron; 40. Japan Ichiro Komatsu; 41. Republic of Korea (South Korea) Young Sok Kim; 42. Norway Rolf Einar Fife; 43. Russia Gennady Kuzmin and Igor Panin; 44. South Africa Andre Stemmet; 45. United Kingdom Christopher Whomersley; 46. United States Harold Hongju Koh and Todd F. Buchwald; 47. Egypt Namira Negm; 48. Civil society Noah Weisbord; Section 2. Scholarly Reflections: 49. 'A trap to the innocent ...' Martti Koskenniemi; 50. Unjust war and the crime of aggression Jeff McMahan; 51. What is the specific evil of aggression? Frederic Megret; 52. The crime of bootstrapping Jens David Ohlin; 53. Amending the crime of aggression under the Rome Statute David Scheffer; Epilogue: the long journey to Kampala - a personal memoir Benjamin B. Ferencz.
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