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Issues and controversies surrounding the use of plea bargaining in international criminal tribunals

@inproceedings{Pal2013IssuesAC,
  title={Issues and controversies surrounding the use of plea bargaining in international criminal tribunals},
  author={Shivani Pal},
  year={2013}
}
This thesis investigates the ethical issues and controversies that surround the use of plea bargaining in international criminal tribunals. Existing approaches to this subject have a tendency to be overly abstract, resulting in often ideologically deterministic justifications or critiques of plea bargaining in an international context. These approaches also fail to take into account any human dimension that may be involved in these negotiations. This thesis goes some way towards remedying this… 
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