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The legacy of Nuremberg : civilising influence or institutionalised vengeance?

Author: David A Blumenthal; Timothy L H McCormack
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008.
Series: International humanitarian law series, v. 20.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Assesses the legacy of the Nuremberg Trial asking whether the Trial really did have a civilising influence or if it constituted little more than institutionalised vengeance.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David A Blumenthal; Timothy L H McCormack
ISBN: 9789004156913 9004156917
OCLC Number: 183179495
Description: xxv, 337 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The atmospherics of the Nuremberg Trial / William Maley --
The Nuremberg tribunal and German society : international justice and local judgment in post-conflict reconstruction / Susanne Karstedt --
The importance of a retributive approach to justice / Graham T. Blewitt --
Investigating international crimes : a review of international law enforcement strategies expediency v. effectiveness / John H. Ralston and Sarah Finnin --
Justice betrayed : post-1945 responses to genocide / Mark Aarons --
Contributions of the Nuremberg Trial to the subsequent development of international law / Michael J. Kelly and Timothy L.H. McCormack --
The crime of aggression : born of the failure of collective security--still shackled to its fate? time to catch up or part ways / Carrie McDougall --
Evaluating Timor Leste's Reception, Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Annemarie Devereux and Lia Kent --
Different models of tribunals / Madelaine Chiam --
The operations of the International Criminal Court--a brief overview and first impressions / Geoffrey Skillen --
Australia's prosecution of Japanese war criminals : stimuli and constraints / Michael Carrel --
Excluding the undesirable : interpreting Article IF(a) of the Refugee Convention in Australia / Alison Duxbury --
Australian implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court / David Blumenthal.
Series Title: International humanitarian law series, v. 20.
Responsibility: edited by David A. Blumenthal, Timothy L.H. McCormack.
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