Chapter 1: International Criminal Law: Nature, Origins and a Few Key Issues
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1 International criminal law: nature, origins and a few key issues Bartram S. Brown The purpose of international criminal law is to establish the criminal responsibility of individuals for international crimes. Public international law is traditio...

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