Implementing International Humanitarian Law: From the Ad Hoc Tribunals to a Permanent International Criminal Court

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a
abetting:
aiding and co-operation 91 -3;
concept of 88 -9;
elements of 89 - 91
Abrams, ?? 206 n.24
ACHR:
see American Convention on Human Rights (ACHR)
actus reus:
aiding and/or abetting 90 -1;
directly, substantially 94 ;
individual criminal responsibility 86 -7;
wilful killing 148 -9
aggression:
acts of 20 ;
ad hoc tribunals 80 ;
conspiracy to commit 79 ;
definitions of 46 , 63 -4, 79 - 81 , 132 , 46 n.28;
individual criminal responsibility 79 - 81 ;
International Criminal Court (ICC) Statute 63 -6, 80 ;
International Law Commission Draft Statute 46 -7;
jus cogens80 ;
Nuremberg Tribunal 63 , 79 - 80 ;
obligations erga omnes80 ;
prevention of 230 ;
sovereign immunity 95 ;
Yugoslavia Tribunal (ICTY) 80
aiding:
abetting and co-operation 91 -3;
concept of 88 -9;
elements of 89 - 91
Aircraft Convention 46
Akayesu Case:
aiding and/or abetting 89 ;
birth prevention 226 ;
causing serious bodily or mental harm 223 ;
civilians 264 , 248 n.45;
genocidal intent 215 , 216 -17;
genocide, complicity in 233 ;
Genocide Convention 209 n.35;
incitement to commit genocide 231 -2;
'killing' 222 ;
protected groups 210 -11;
rape 157 -8, 223 , 157 n.228, 224 n.118;
sovereign immunity 95 , 111 ;
torture 156 ;
violations of the laws or customs of war 187 , 193 ;
widespread or systematic attack 249
Aksoy v. Turkey153 n.205
Albanians 176 n.319, 258 n.109
Aleksovski Case127 , 142 , 144
Almelo Trial87
American Convention on Human Rights (ACHR) 59 , 81 , 152 , 160 , 38 n.210
Amnesty International 11
anti-personnel mines 64
apartheid:
Apartheid Convention 47 , 81 , 85 ;
crimes against humanity 255 n.94;
individual criminal responsibility 81
appropriation of property 115 , 167 -71
armed conflicts:
acts of the accused and 123 -4;
Aleksovski Case127 ;
Celebici Camp Case127 , 130 -1;
characterisation of 29 - 30 , 113 -14, 131 -2;
Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions 121 , 135 , 192 n.417;
existence of 120 -35, 199 , 245 -7, 264 ;
Geneva Convention Protocols of 1977 121 , 122 -3;
Genocide Case134 -5;
hostage-taking 181 ;
International Court of Justice (ICJ) 134 -5;
International Criminal Court (ICC) Statute 122 -3, 136 -7, 194 n.428;
International Law Commission Draft Statute 122 , 136 ;
Kupreskic and Others Case247 , 264 , 247 n.37;

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