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  1. While many texts focus only on existing or proposed legislation, this book analyses the public perception of private military companies (PMCs) and how their use by states affects how the general public perceives state legitimacy of monopolizing force.
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    €55.-
  2. The Killing of Death

    Publication date: February 5, 2016

    This study deals with the phenomenon of genocide denialism, and in particular how it operates in the context of the genocide against the Tutsi.
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    €89.-

  3. The second edition of this volume contains an overview and discussion of the historical and normative processes (legal and political) that culminated in the adoption of the Kampala Resolution on the Crime of Aggression (2010).
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    €75.-

  4. This forty-fifth volume of annotated leading case law of international criminal tribunals contains decisions taken by the SCSL in the years 2006-2007.
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    €195.-

  5. The investigation phase in international criminal procedure has so far received less attention than the trial phase itself. This book seeks to cover this gap.
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    €149.-

  6. This forty-third volume of annotated leading case law of international criminal tribunals contains decisions taken by the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia between 2007 and 2010
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    €185.-
  7. The Child in ICC Proceedings

    Publication date: September 3, 2015

    This study examines the procedural implications of child participation in the proceedings before the International Criminal Court
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    €65.-

  8. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and its core legal texts from a children’s rights perspective. It examines the ICC provisions and its case law, evaluating whether these meet international children’s rights standards.
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    €65.-

  9. This book examines the current international legal regime relevant to the intentional destruction of the environment during warfare, where it has intentionally been targeted as a ‘victim’, or somehow manipulated to serve as a ‘weapon’ of warfare.
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    €75.-

  10. Globalization is not a new phenomenon. New realities have emerged over the past two decades which have given it greater influence in the affairs of states. This coincided with the increasing inability of states and international organizations to carry out their institutional functions for the common good. This is testing a number of assumptions about the future of human rights and international criminal justice.
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    €125.-
 
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