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Title: Three fallacies of international criminal justice – part three
Authors: Raman, Rashmi
Keywords: International Criminal
Issue Date: 30-Jan-2019
Publisher: IntLawGrrls
Citation: Raman, Rashmi. (January 30, 2019). Three Fallacies of International Criminal Justice – Part Three. IntLawGrrls.
Description: My final premise is based on looking at the retributive mechanisms that have been the hallmark of the completed trials at the permanent court and also at the ad hoc tribunals. During the years leading up to the Rome Statute, there was debate and discussion on the model to be followed at the ICC.
URI: https://ilg2.org/2019/01/30/three-fallacies-of-international-criminal-justice-part-three/
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