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La Marche Vers Une Justice Pénale Internationale

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This book intends to pay tribute both to the exemplary career of Lucius Caflisch and to his remarkable contribution to international law. This Liber Amicorum covers principally those fields in which Lucius Caflisch made the greatest contribution: human rights and international humanitarian law, the spatial dimensions of international law and the peaceful settlement of disputes. It also deals with other areas which attracted his attention and which concerned his country. The behavior of the United States was difficulty to sustain over the long term. How could they in fact continues to be the first to qualify as genocide about did the secretary of state Colin Powell on Darfur while considering that "no new work is dictated by this call ".

Keywords: Lucius Caflisch; human rights; humanitarian law; Colin Powell; Darfur



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