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This front matter section of the book Judging War Crimes and Torture: French Justice and International Criminal Tribunals and Commissions (1940-2005) contains table of contents, foreword, introduction, list of abbreviations and presentation. The "French Doctors" have invented and practised the 'rights and duty of international humanitarian intervention', giving assistance to those who need it, even against the opposition of governments. France is a liberal country, a parliamentary democracy with separate executive, legislative and judiciary powers.

Keywords: France; International Criminal Tribunals; war crimes

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