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Individual criminal liability for the international crime of aggression
(Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2008-03)
Aggression is regarded as one of the core crimes under customary international law, but the definition of aggression is still contentious. At present there is no international instrument that provides for effective individual ...
South Africa's (possible) withdrawal from the ICC and the future of the criminalization and prosecution of crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide under domestic law : a submission informed by historical, normative and policy considerations
(Washington University School of Law, 2017)
The ANC-led Government’s decision in October 2016 to withdraw South Africa from the International Criminal Court (“ICC”) came as a shock to those who regard South Africa as a champion of international criminal justice ...
Aggression as "organised hypocricy?" - How the war on terrorism and hybrid threats challenge the Nuremberg legacy
(University of Windsor, 2012)
Modern threats to international peace and security from so called “Hybrid Threats”, multimodal threats such as cyber war, low intensity asymmetric conflict scenarios, global terrorism etc. which involve a diverse and broad ...
Alternative measures to reduce trial cases, private autonomy and "public interest" : some observations with specific reference to plea bargaining and economic crimes
(Juta Law Publishing, 2014-01)
This note considers alternative measures to reduce trial cases as a strategy to enhance the effectiveness of the criminal justice system. The emphasis falls on economic crime. It is noted that alternative measures, ...
Constitutionalization and the International Criminal Court : whither individual criminal liability for aggression
(Juta Law, 2008-01)
The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court provides for the criminalization of the most serious crimes under international law, including aggression. However, the International Criminal Court can only exercise ...
Mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and the risk of abuse of process: a human rights perspective
(Juta Law, 2006-01)
Mutual legal assistance, as one of the modalities of international co-operation in criminal matters, is generally regarded as primarily a foreign policy matter. In this article it is argued that the mutual legal assistance ...