War Crimes Law Comes of Age: Essays

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accountability see also responsibility, state responsibility, superior orders
agents 30
Agincourt massacre 117-20
aggressive war 83-4, 202
Charles VII's Ordinances 5, 7, 32
church 79-80
command 82-7, 90
companies 32
criminal acts 30, 67-121
crimes against humanity 235, 238-40, 242-3
customary law 36, 267, 269-70
death 30
delegation 30
due diligence 84
due process 108
former Yugoslavia67
Geneva Convention for the Protection of Victim of war 194935
Geneva Conventions 162, 245-6
Hague Convention (No IV Respecting the laws and Customs of War on Land 3
Hague Regulations 162
Henry V29-36
international criminal courts 301
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia187, 190, 196, 279 282-3, 288, 293
leaders 77-82
Nazi Germany67
Nuremberg principles 190
Nuremberg Tribunal 201
obedience 80-1
pillage 32
prevention, duty of 87
princes 29-36, 69-74, 116-17
restraints on powers of 69-74
prisoners of war 31, 117-20
private acts of troops 30, 32-34, 81-2
rape 78-9, 204-10
religion 81-2
Shakespeare67-121
South Africa67
state responsibility 33-36
strict liability 84
subordinates 82, 95-6
superior orders 98-103
Tadić case 298
unjust wars 81
war crimes 189, 296
Yamashita doctrine 35, 83-4
ad hoc tribunals see International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Additional Protocols
crimes against humanity 236, 241
Intergovernmental Group of Experts on form the Protection of War Victims270-1, 275
due diligence, 86
International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia213
Lieber Code 135
starvation 133
utilitarianism 96
Agincourt
accountability 117-20
chivalry 117
Henry V11, 52-8
jus armorum117
just war 117
massacre 52-8, 66, 117-20
prisoners of war 52-8, 66, 117-20
servants 52-8
treason 117
tyrannies 117-118
aggressive war
accountability, 83-4, 202
international criminal courts, 202
Nuremberg Principles, 202
Nuremberg Tribunal, 199
United States, 202
ambassadors 60-2
annexation 25
arms seejus armorum
army
accountability 30-33
captains 32
companies 32
criminal acts 30
just wars 24
mercenaries 24
private acts 30-33, 81
rape 205-6
regular 5
state responsibility 33-34
Statutes and Ordinances of the Warre ( Henry VIII) 8
universal criminal jurisdiction 252-3
wages 5

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