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Edited by Kristin Henrard
This edited volume offers a rich compilation of perspectives on (perceived) differential standards of international organisations concerning minority protection. It also addresses the ongoing controversial question of the status of ‘new’ minorities, without neglecting the protection of ...
This treatise, designed for prosecutors, defense attorneys and academics, describes in detail the legal basis and operation under these treaties from the perspective of the United States by the former Department of Justice official responsible for their initial implementation.
Editor-in-Chief: Maurice D. Voyame. Editors: Walter Kälin, Robert Kolb and Christoph Spenlé.
Dedicated to one of the great innovations in the proceedings before the International Criminal Court, this book offers a comprehensive analysis of the Court’s power to order a convicted person to make reparations to victims, possibilities for its implementation and its potential to bring justice ...
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