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Reasonable and effective universality

Conditions to the exercice by national courts of universal jurisdiction over international crimes
Zürich
2018
570 pages
978-3-7255-8680-6
Livre (broché)
CHF89.00
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The aim of this study is to propose a comprehensive national legal framework for the effective and reasonable exercise of universal jurisdiction, which allows states to fulfill their international obligations to prosecute and punish the gravest human rights violations, while respecting other states’ sovereignty and preserving the rights of each individual to a fair criminal prosecution and trial.
The study is structured in three parts. Part I covers universal jurisdiction in international law. It responds to the question of what states are allowed or required to do under international law. Part II focuses on national legislation to identify if the universality principle is positively enshrined and under what conditions. The analysis of state legislation and practice has led to the identification of four potential preconditions to the assertion of universal criminal jurisdiction, which are developed in Part III, the main part of the study.

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TitreReasonable and effective universality
Sous-titreConditions to the exercice by national courts of universal jurisdiction over international crimes
ISBN/ISSN978-3-7255-8680-6
LangueAnglais
Type de produit et de reliureLivre (broché)
Catégorie de produits Droit pénal
Pages570 pages
PrixCHF89.00
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Zürich
2018
DisponibilitéDisponible
Programme de bibliothèqueBibliomaker
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