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  1. Aggression, the Crime of Crimes: Individual Criminal Liability for the Unlawful Use of Force - ISBN 9780199680429

    Aggression, the Crime of Crimes: Individual Criminal Liability for the Unlawful Use of Force

    £66.00

    There are some circumstances in which individuals can be held criminally responsible for launching unlawful wars. This book is a historical and legal study of this notion, examining how the law has developed and critically assessing the recent changes incorporating aggression into the Rome Statute of the ICC. Learn More
    Publication date 01 July 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  2. Blackstone's International Criminal Practice - ISBN 9780198749332

    Blackstone's International Criminal Practice

    £278.15

    The definitive practitioners' guide to international criminal law and practice, Blackstone's International Criminal Practice provides comprehensive coverage of all major international and internationalised criminal courts. The book's primary focus is the International Criminal Court but also covers war crimes tribunals and domestic practice. Learn More
    Publication date 11 April 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  3. Toward a Prosecutor for the European Union, Volume 2: Draft Rules of Procedure - ISBN 9781849463157

    Toward a Prosecutor for the European Union, Volume 2: Draft Rules of Procedure

    £53.75

    This is the second of a two volume work which presents the results of a study carried out by a group of European criminal law experts, with the financial support of the EU Commission in 2010-2011, whose aims were to examine in detail current public prosecution systems in the Member States and to scrutinise proposals for a new European office. Learn More
    Publication date 05 March 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  4. Control Beyond the State: Transnational Counter-Terrorism Law - ISBN 9781849465595

    Control Beyond the State: Transnational Counter-Terrorism Law

    £32.40

    Publication date 05 March 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  5. The Legal Foundations of INTERPOL - ISBN 9781849468046

    The Legal Foundations of INTERPOL

    £55.60

    Publication date 05 March 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  6. The Justice of Peace and Jus Post Bellum - ISBN 9780198823285

    The Justice of Peace and Jus Post Bellum

    £89.55

    Opinions over the nature of a 'just peace' are divided. In this third output of a major research project on Jus Post Bellum, Stahn, Iverson, and Easterday bring together a team of experts to argue that a just peace is not only related to form and process, but involves 'substantive' justice: a just order, a secure peace, and societal acceptance. Learn More
    Publication date 20 July 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  7. The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law - ISBN 9780198808398

    The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law

    £89.55

    This book provides a comprehensive explanation of what the right to a fair trial means in practice under international law. Focus on factual scenarios that practitioners may, it brings together sources and cases that define the right to a fair trial in criminal proceedings. Learn More
    Publication date 15 July 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  8. The Political Constitution of EU Criminal Law: Choices of Legal Basis and their Consequences in the New Constitutional Framework - ISBN 9781509906246
  9. Shocking the Conscience of Humanity: Gravity and the Legitimacy of International Criminal Law - ISBN 9780198786153

    Shocking the Conscience of Humanity: Gravity and the Legitimacy of International Criminal Law

    £66.00

    The literature and jurisprudence of international criminal law relies on the claim that international crimes are exceptionally grave. DeGuzman looks to build the legitimacy of international law by exposing the value choices that the rhetoric of 'gravity' entails, and poses a new framework for assessing the legitimacy of international criminal law. Learn More
    Publication date 20 June 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  10. Exceptions and Defences in International Law - ISBN 9780198789321

    Exceptions and Defences in International Law

    £75.40

    Exceptions to international obligations can be expressed in several ways and be of fundamental practical importance. Bringing together legal philosophers and scholars of international law, this volume provides theoretical frameworks for the understanding of such exceptions and their application in specific areas of international law. Learn More
    Publication date 15 June 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  11. International `Criminal' Responsibility: Antinomies - ISBN 9781138098916

    International `Criminal' Responsibility: Antinomies

    £108.40

    Publication date 05 May 2019
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  12. Corruption in the Global Era: Causes, Sources and Forms of Manifestation - ISBN 9780367177768

    Corruption in the Global Era: Causes, Sources and Forms of Manifestation

    £108.40

    Publication date 22 March 2019
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  13. The European Union and Deprivation of Liberty: A Legislative and Judicial Analysis from the Perspective of the Individual - ISBN 9781509908080
  14. The New Histories of International Criminal Law: Retrials - ISBN 9780198829638

    The New Histories of International Criminal Law: Retrials

    £66.00

    This innovative edited collection brings together some of the world's leading international lawyers to re-evaluate ('retry') the dominant historiographical tradition of international criminal law. Learn More
    Publication date 21 March 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  15. Perpetrators of International Crimes: Theories, Methods, and Evidence - ISBN 9780198829997

    Perpetrators of International Crimes: Theories, Methods, and Evidence

    £75.40

    This edited collection is the first full assessment of the new field of perpetrator studies, which examines why individuals commit mass atrocities such as genocide or terrorism. It includes contributions from an array of disciplines including criminology, history, law, sociology, psychology, political science, religious studies, and anthropology. Learn More
    Publication date 07 February 2019
    By Oxford University Press

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