The Crime of Aggression as Custom and the Mechanisms for Determining Acts of Aggression

@article{Jia2015TheCO,
  title={The Crime of Aggression as Custom and the Mechanisms for Determining Acts of Aggression},
  author={Bing Bing Jia},
  journal={American Journal of International Law},
  year={2015},
  volume={109},
  pages={569 - 582}
}
  • B. Jia
  • Published 1 July 2015
  • Political Science
  • American Journal of International Law
The fallout from the 2010 Kampala Review Conference for the United States has been explained by Harold Koh and Todd Buchwald, who were officially involved in the negotiations at the conference. The concerns they enumerate serve to implicate, inter alia, two issues of broad importance for the international community: the definition of the crime of aggression, and the clear divide between the positions of the permanent members of the UN Security Council and the rest of the Kampala participants… 
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