Title:Towards the effective prosecution of international crimes : evolving norms and state practice in Argentina, Chile and Peru Author(s):BAKKER, ChristineDate:2006Citation:
- Florence, European University Institute, 2006
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of Law
Title:Aggression, the crime of crimes: a study of individual liability for the unlawful use of force Author(s):VILLARINO VILLA, CristinaDate:2009Citation:
- Florence, European University Institute, 2009
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:Ever since the Nuremberg Tribunal delivered its historic judgment, the principle of individual criminal liability for the unlawful use of force has been characterized by an unbridgeable gap between theory and practice. ...
Title:The right to justice for victims of human rights crimes Author(s):SPIGA, Valentina Date:2013Citation:
- Florence : European University Institute, 2013
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:The past three decades have seen increasing concern in the international community for the need to more effectively 'do justice’ for victims of mass atrocities. At the same time, there is a growing recognition that such ...
Title:Patrimonial strategies of crime control : an enquiry into the general evolution and human rights implications of international and European criminal law initiatives regarding the financing of terrorism, money, laundering, confiscation, asset freezing, and associated detection mechanisms Author(s):GODINHO, Jorge A. F.Date:2006Citation:
- Florence : European University Institute, 2006
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:As the saying goes, money is power. This being so, then an efficient way to deter and repress activities declared unlawful by international or national legislators, such as terrorist acts or organized crime activities, ...