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The weapons provisions in the Rome statute of the International criminal court and in the German code of crimes against international law.

9783832956189

The weapons provisions in the Rome statute of the International criminal court and in the German code of crimes against international law.

Krivanek, David.

Nomos

2011

232 pages

$74.00

Paperback

K5301

Based on Krivanek's doctoral thesis completed at the U. of Cologne, Germany, this work investigates the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court with regards to weapons and means of warfare criminalized. Specifically, he analyzes which particular kinds of weapons and means of warfare are criminalized by means of Article 8 (2) of the Statute and carries out a comparative examination of these provisions of the Rome Statute with the provisions criminalizing particular weapons in the code implementing the Rome Statute in Germany, the Code of Crimes against International Law. Distributed in the US by ISBS.

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