Global War Crimes Tribunal Collection 2.B.4

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After the First World War the first truly international criminal tribunal was envisaged to try perpetrators of crimes committed in this period. After the Second World War, the Allied powers set up an international tribunal to try not only war crimes, but crimes against humanity committed under the Nazi regime. After the beginning of the war in Bosnia, the United Nations Security Council established the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in 1993, and, after the genocide in Rwanda, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) in 1994. In 1998, at a Diplomatic Conference in Rome, the Rome Statute establishing the ICC was signed.Apart from these institutions, some `hybrid` courts and tribunals exist - judicial bodies in which both international and national judges are represented (the Extraordinary Chambers for Cambodia and the war crimes court at Kosovo). In this unique collection all documents on the War Crimes Tribunals are being presented. The series now contains of more than 150 volumes and should be present in every library around the world. It is an official reference item used by professors and professionals around the world.
Title Global War Crimes Tribunal Collection 2.B.4
Subtitle The Yugoslav Crisis Bosnia Part 4
Editor(s) W. van der Wolf
Language English
Publication date 2018
Pages 459
Edition Paperback
NUR code 820
NUR description Genereral Law