Chapter 8: Forging a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity
8. Forging a convention for crimes against humanity Leila Nadya Sadat During the trials of the German and Japanese leaders by the Allies following World War II, crimes against humanity emerged as an independent basis of individual criminal liabili...
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