War Crimes and War Crime Trials From Leipzig to the ICC and Beyond: Cases and Materials
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Description: This is both a casebook of selected war crime decisions by various national and international tribunals in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries as well as a brief historical account of the geopolitical, diplomatic and military events surrounding them. The text is divided into six parts arranged in chronological order, beginning with the Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907 up to the Summer 2004 decisions by the Supreme Court of the United States, which dealt with transnational terrorism committed by United States¿ citizens as well as the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, detainees held under the authority of the Bush Administration. War Crimes and War Crime Trials contains edited excerpts from forty-four judicial opinions embellished with a congeries of international, national, military and political documents that add context to the case law. The editors have included fairly extensive selections from some of the major materials that have surrounded subsequent war crime litigation. Also included are an epilogue by Michael Ignatieff; an eleven-entry appendix; a glossary containing over 200 words; a reference section of over 1,400 citations from a wide variety of legal, historical and international relations literature; and a name and subject index.
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Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Carolina Academic Press
Publication date: 8/1/2005
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
|Hague peace conferences; World War I; Treaty of Versailles; League of Nations; Leipzig trials (1899-1921)|
|Weimar Republic : the Nazi party and German fascism; World War II and German war crimes; IMT-Nuremberg; Nuremberg "subsequent proceedings"; other selected war crime cases - Great Britain and Norway (1921-1951)|
|Japanese imperialism in the 1930s; China and Manchuria; Nanking massacre; Tripartite Pact; World War II and Japanese war crimes; IMTFE Tokyo; Japanese atomic bomb litigation (1927-1948; 1963)|
|Israel and the Eichmann case; selected war crime cases involving former Nazis in Ghana (extradition); United States (civil damages); France (war crimes) and Canada (war crimes) (1960-62; 1966; 1980; 1985; 1994)|
|SEATO Treaty; Vietnam War; Gulf of Tonkin Resolution; Peers Commission Report, Medina and Calley cases; commentary on My Lai; U.S. District Court cases on legality of Vietnam conflict (1964-1975)|
|A postscript on twentieth century impunity; selected ICTY and ICTR cases; International Criminal Court and the Rome statute; military commission controversy : history, cases and commentary; the Hamdi and Padilla cases and the U.S. Supreme Court; citizen terrorists and the constitution; political ethics and terrorism (1990-2004)|
|General Orders No. 100|
|The Nuremberg laws|
|Regulation on military government courts, issued by letter of headquarters, U.S. forces, European theater|
|Regulation of military commissions, issued by letter of headquarters, U.S. forces, European theater|
|Regulations governing the trials of accused war criminals, GHQ, supreme commander for the allied powers [Tokyo]|
|Military government - United States Zone Ordinance No. 7|
|Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide|
|Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict|
|Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity|
|International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights|
|Protocol I additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the protection of victims of international armed conflicts|
|[United Nations] Security Council resolution condemning hostage taking|
|United States Code : 18 U.S.C. Section 2401, The War Crimes Act of 1996|
|Tables of international legal regimes and war incident values|