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This introductory chapter provides an overview of the book The Relationship Between State and Individual Responsibility for International Crimes and its parts. From a methodological point of view, the inquiry into the relationship between state and individual responsibility for international crimes is carried out on the basis of a three-step analysis. The part I of the chapter deals with the way in which this relationship can be ideally conceived of from a pure theoretical viewpoint. The part II then turns to a systematic analysis of international practice, and some particularly problematic aspects of the relationship between state and individual responsibility for international crimes. Finally, the part III addresses the basic question set out at the beginning of this introduction, that is, the existence of a relationship between state and individual responsibility for international crimes.

Keywords: international crimes; state responsibility

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