Atrocities, Deterrence, and the Limits of International Justice

  • David Wippman
  • Published 2013

Abstract

Unfortunately, the connection between international prosecutions and the actual deterrence of future atrocities is at best a plausible but largely untested assumption. Actual experience with efforts at deterrence is not encouraging. Before placing too much reliance on deterrence as a basis for supporting international criminal prosecutions, especially over… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wippman2013AtrocitiesDA, title={Atrocities, Deterrence, and the Limits of International Justice}, author={David Wippman}, year={2013} }