|Author:||Christine Van den Wijngaert|
|Publisher:||Springer; 1 edition (September 26, 1996)|
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International Criminal Law book. Norms of international criminal law have gradually become the standard by which behaviour of governments and individuals is assessed on the international scene.
International Criminal Law book. In the process, the general public has become increasingly aware of the existence of international criminal law. 9/11 and the war in Iraq have undoubtedly contributed to this awareness. In recent years, there has been an exponential growth in the number of instruments in the field of international criminal law. More and more students, legal practitioners, judges, prosecutors and civil servants in ministries and international organizations are confronted with an area of the law that, until recently, was hardly recognised as a legal discipline in its own right: International Criminal Law. This book intends to guide them through the vast labyrinth of treaties in this field.
Christine, Baroness Van den Wyngaert (born 2 April 1952, Antwerp, Belgium), an international and comparative criminal law expert, has served from 2009 to 2018 as a judge on the International Criminal Court. On 8 July 2013, Van den Wyngaert was ennobled by King Albert II of Belgium as a baroness for her services as a judge.
Author of International Criminal Law, International Criminal Law - A Collection of International and European Instruments Second Revised .
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by Christine Van den Wijngaert, Christine Van den Wyngaert, Guy Stessens, Ignace Van Daele. ISBN 9789041114440 (978-90-411-1444-0) Softcover, Springer, 2000. International Criminal Law: A Collection of International and European Instruments: ISBN 9789041103031 (978-90-411-0303-1) Hardcover, Springer, 1996.
International Criminal Law : A Collection of International and Regional . Christine Van den Wyngaert is a judge at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Christine Van den Wyngaert is a judge at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. She served as a judge at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (2003 - 2009) and as an ad hoc judge at the International Court of Justice (2000 - 2002). He specialises in international and European criminal law, international humanitarian law and human rights law. show more. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
More and more, international criminal law is becoming a fact of day-to-day life in an ever-globalizing village. Legal practitioners, judges, prosecutors, defence attorneys and civil servants in ministries are increasingly confronted with issues of international criminal law. The jurisprudence of the Yugoslavia tribunal in The Hague has intensified academic interest in the subject and is changing traditional attitudes towards the law. National courts have to address difficult questions of international criminal law.
More and more, international criminal law is becoming a fact of day-to-day life . Its focus is on international (universal) and European instruments. Christine Van den Wijngaert, Guy Stessens, Liesbeth Janssens. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1 Oca 2005 - 1 sayfa. Christine Van den Wyngaert. Published by Brill, Netherlands (2012).
Christine Van den Wyng. Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives. Author: GERHARD LOIBL. Online Publication Date: 01 Jan 1997. Volume/Issue: Volume 2: Issue 1.