|1.||Inazumi, Mitsue : Universal jurisdiction in modern international law, 2005|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series
Universal jurisdiction in modern international law : expansion of national jurisdiction for prosecuting serious crimes under international law / Inazumi, Mitsue - (School of human rights research series ; vol. 19), xiv, 274 p.. - Antwerpen : Intersentia, 2005.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Chapter I. Introduction. Chapter II. Overview of the Modern Jurisdictional Regime 1 Introduction 2 Relevant Basic Norms 3 Bases of Jurisdiction Recognised under International Law 4 History and Analysis of the Formation of the Jurisdictional Regime 5 Conclusion. Chapter III. Historical Development of Universal Jurisdiction 1 Introduction 2 The First Period: Universal Jurisdiction in Classical International Law 3 The Second Period: After the Second World War up to the End of the 1960s 4 The Third Period: The Expansion of Universal Jurisdiction in the 1970s and 1980s 5 The Fourth Period: The Spread of Universal Jurisdiction from the 1990s to the Present 6 Conclusions. Chapter IV. Universal Jurisdiction in a Conceptual Context 1 Introduction 2 What is Universal Jurisdiction? 3 The Legal Status of Universal Jurisdiction Under International Law 4 The Status of Universal Jurisdiction over Genocide. Chapter V. Guiding Rules by which to Solve Jurisdictional Conflicts 1 Introduction 2 Concurrent Jurisdictional Regime 3 The Lockerbie Case as an Example of a Jurisdictional Dispute 4 General Observations on Rules Governing the Concurrence of National Jurisdictions 5 Looking for Evidence of Guiding Rules 6 Compilation of Guiding Rules 7 Tentative Conclusions. Chapter VI. Some Effects Relating to the Application of the Guiding Rules 1 Introduction 2 Application of the Guiding Rules to Non-Territorial Jurisdiction 3 How should Universal Jurisdiction be Exercised? 4 The Controversial Nature of Evaluating Appropriateness of Jurisdiction with Reference to the Guiding Rules 5 Some Peripheral Effects of the Guiding Rules 6 Conclusion. Chapter VII. Conclusion 1 Introduction 2 Overview of the Study 3 Propositions 4 Reappraisal of Territorial Jurisdiction 5 Is the Role of Non-Territorial Jurisdiction Auxiliary?
NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; Genocide convention; Geneva conventions;