Is There an International Criminal Law?

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  • L. C. Green

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1786

Abstract

In this pragmatic discussion of international criminal law, the author provides both an analytic and historical overview of the jurisprudence. The roles of treaties, conventions, and the United Nations are presented as the relationship between international and domestic criminal law is explored. In this process, the author distinguishes international legal posturing from bona fide attempts to create an international criminal law.

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