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Le crime de génocide dans la jurisprudence internationale : débats et hypothèses

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The judgment in the Krstic case, relating to the Srebrenica massacre is a rare occurrence qualification of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The quotation given is of major interest; we find together a story and important positions. Regarding the narrative of the facts and their interpretation, we learn that the perpetrators were forced to change their plans and conceal under the circumstances, because of the attention and the international presence. Figure "total genocide" is not unique, the actors are likely to hide their intent to destroy, and the law must take into account these realities and try to play a useful role. This chapter discusses relevant articles of the convention on the prevention and punishment of the crime of genocide. The views on the genocide are varied, they are more or less allowed. Experts speak out in different settings. Some have a doctrinal speech; others have word that produces effects.

Keywords: genocide; Krstic case; crime; convention; punishment; international presence



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