Arresting Impunity: The Case for Universal Jurisdiction in Bringing War Criminals to Accountability

@article{Joyner1996ArrestingIT,
  title={Arresting Impunity: The Case for Universal Jurisdiction in Bringing War Criminals to Accountability},
  author={C. Joyner},
  journal={Law and contemporary problems},
  year={1996},
  volume={59},
  pages={153-172}
}
  • C. Joyner
  • Published 1996
  • Political Science
  • Law and contemporary problems
The war criminal sickens the conscience of civilized society.' War crimes are repulsive, heinous acts. War carried out under the most civilized laws of armed conflict is horrible, but its horrors are greatly exacerbated by those brutal acts of plunder, torture, rape, and murder that humanitarian laws of war forbid. Such vile acts affect not only those against whom they are perpetrated; they appall and offend all of humanity. Since war criminals often operate with the knowledge and assistance of… Expand
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