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Introduction To Part One

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Chapter Summary

This introductory chapter of part one of this book gathers the tools that both enrich and lay a foundation for the rest of this study's critique of the inadequate treatment of sex crimes under international law, from its inception through today. It addresses the developments in the crime of rape in domestic law. The author claims that changes in the law in this field are likely to have a significant impact on both the international legal realm and the domestic legal realm - in addition to the symbolic importance of such changes.

Keywords: international law; sex crimes



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