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This front matter section of the book The Relationship Between State and Individual Responsibility for International Crimes contains the table of contents, acknowledgments and a list of abbreviations. The book offers a unique comparison between state and individual responsibility for international crimes and examines the theories that can explain the relationship between these two regimes. It provides a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the relevant international practice from the standpoint of both international criminal law, and in particular the case law of international criminal tribunals, and state responsibility.

Keywords: international crimes; state responsibility

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