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Justice in Extreme Cases

Criminal Law Theory Meets International Criminal Law

The book shows how moral theory can challenge and improve international criminal law and how extreme cases can challenge and improve mainstream theory. Les mer
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The book shows how moral theory can challenge and improve international criminal law and how extreme cases can challenge and improve mainstream theory.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Acknowledgements; Cases and Authorities; List of Abbreviations; Part I. Introduction and Problem: 1. Introduction; 2. The Identity Crisis of International Criminal Law; Part II. Proposed Solution: 3. The Humanity of Criminal Justice; 4. Fundamentals without Foundations; 5. Criminal Law Theory in Extremis; Part III. Illustration through Application: 6. An Unresolved Contradiction; 7. The Outer Limits of Culpability; 8. The Genius of Command Responsibility; 9. Horizons: The Future of the Justice Conversation; Judgment; Glossary of Selected Terms; Bibliography; Index.

Om forfatteren

Darryl Robinson is professor of law at Queen's University (Canada). He has helped shape international criminal law as a negotiator of the ICC Statute, a legal adviser at the Court, and as an influential scholar. He received the Antonio Cassese Prize for International Criminal Legal Studies for his work on moral coherence of criminal law.