UN Genocide Convention
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by punishing individuals who commit such crimes can the provisions of international law be enforced'. At Nuremberg, senior state officials who had committed heinous crimes on behalf or with the protection of their state were brought to trial for the first time in history and were held personally
accountable regardless of whether they acted in their official capacity.
The drafters of the Convention on Genocide crystallized the results of the Nuremberg trial and thus ensured its legacy. The Convention established a mechanism to hold those who committed or participated in the commission of genocide, the crime of crimes, criminally responsible. Almost fifty years before the adoption of the Rome Statute, the Convention laid the foundations for the establishment of the International Criminal Court. It also obliged its Contracting Parties to criminalise and punish
This book is a much-needed Commentary on the Genocide Convention. It analyses and interprets the Convention thematically, thoroughly covering every article, drawing on the Convention's travaux preparatoires and subsequent developments in international law. The most complex and important provisions of the Convention, including the definitions of genocide and genocidal acts, have more than one contribution dedicated to them, allowing the Commentary to explore all aspects of these concepts.
The Commentary also goes beyond the explicit provisions of the Convention to discuss topics such as the retroactive application of the Convention, its status in customary international law and its future.
Forlag: Oxford University Press
Format: 24 x 16 cm
«..superbly edited and written, offering a comprehensive, between two covers, commentary on the convention and its drawbacks as written...No public library, private collection, or international decision-maker's legal resources would be complete without this comprehensive, but succinct, guidebook on both the historical and contemporary themes which drive the letter and spirit of the UN's Genocide Convention.»
Law. Her publications include La giustizia cautelare nel diritto internazionale (Interim measures taken by International courts and tribunals) (2000) and The Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary (co-edited with A Cassese and JRWD Jones, 2001). She has also published numerous
articles on public international law, international humanitarian law and international criminal law.