Der Tatbestand der Aggression – Wege zur Implementierung der Ergebnisse von Kampala in das Völkerstrafgesetzbuch

@inproceedings{Hoven2014DerTD,
  title={Der Tatbestand der Aggression – Wege zur Implementierung der Ergebnisse von Kampala in das V{\"o}lkerstrafgesetzbuch},
  author={Elisa Hoven},
  year={2014}
}
Am 11. Juni 2010 gelang den Vertragsstaaten des Internationalen Strafgerichtshofs (IStGH) auf der Konferenz von Kampala ein – mit Recht als historisch zu bezeichnender – Durchbruch: die Einigung auf eine Definition des Aggressionsverbrechens. Mit der Formulierung des Aggressionstatbestandes im Statut des IStGH wird nach langjahrigen, kontroversen Diskussionen eine wesentliche Lucke des materiellen Volkerstrafrechts geschlossen. 
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