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Title: State Responsibility v. Individual Responsibility for International Crimes: Tertium Non Datur?
Available From: http://www.ejil.org/pdfs/13/4/1566.pdf
Description: Marina Spinedi addresses the issue of crimes committed by individuals with official state status. Specifically, she looks at the question of whether or not criminal acts committed by those with this official status should be considered to have been carried out "in a private capacity." In this article Ms. Spinedi goes on to look at the position of the International Court of Justice on subjecting former Ministers of Foreign Affairs to foreign jurisdiction. This article can be found in 13 Eur. J. Int'l L. 895.
EISIL Categories: Home > States & Groups of States > The State & Its Organs
Keywords: crimes
criminal law
International Court of Justice (ICJ)
Language(s): English
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