International criminal law tags

International Criminal Law tags

International Criminal Law (overview)
Sources Of International Criminal Law
The Importance Of Prosecuting International Crimes
Institutions Of International Criminal Law
International Criminal Court
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Recognition Of International Criminal Law In Domestic Jurisdictions
United Kingdom
Legal Person S Criminal Liability
Legal Person S Liability In Tort
United States
Natural And Legal Persons
Legal Person S Liability In Tort
Natural Persons
Legal Persons
Natural Persons
Legal Persons
Natural Persons
Legal Persons

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Criminal law generally deals with prohibitions addressed to individuals, and penal sanctions for violation of those prohibition imposed by individual states. International criminal law comprises elements of both in that although its sources are those of international law, its consequences are penal sanctions imposed on individuals.



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Customary International Law, Geneva Conventions, International Criminal Court, International Criminal Law, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Piracy, Revenge, Rule of law, Transnational crime, Treaties.



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