International Criminal Law: Transnational Criminal Organizations and Transitional Justice.
International Criminal Law: Transnational Criminal Organizations and Transitional Justice
The vast differences between the approaches of international criminal law and transition justice almost invariably leave parties negotiating the end of authoritarian regimes or armed conflicts in a situation of legal uncertainty, says Olasolo. To address the issue, he covers foundations of international criminal law, the scope of criminal proceedings for international crimes since the end of the Cold War, the scope of criminal proceedings for international crimes in national jurisdictions, international criminal law and transnational criminal organizations, and international criminal law and transitional justice. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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|Date:||Oct 1, 2018|
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