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Command Responsibility of Non-Military Superiors in The International Criminal Court (ICC)

Vetter, Greg R

2000

Abstract

this Article compares the command responsibility provisions embodied in article 28 of the ICC Statute with the command responsibility doctrine that arose after World War II, and as implemented and interpreted since then by the ICTY and the ICTR. In doing this, the Article's goal is to focus on the issue of civilian command responsibility as codified in the ICC Statute.
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