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Title: Genocide in International Law:The Crimes of Crimes
Authors: A. Schabas, William
Keywords: International Law
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Description: The legal questions involved in studying genocide draw on three areas of law: human rights law, international law and criminal law. These are all subjects that I have both taught and practised. This alone ought to be suf®cient to explain my interest in the subject. But there is more. Of the three great genocides in the twentieth century, those of the Armenians, the Jews and Gypsies, and the Tutsi, my life has been touched by two of them.
URI: http://10.6.20.12:80/handle/123456789/56846
ISBN: 0 521 78790 4
Appears in Collections:Education Planning & Management(EDPM)

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