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Torture Committed by Non-State Actors: The Developing Jurisprudence from the Ad Hoc Tribunals

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This paper examines the jurisprudence of the ad hoc war crimes tribunals on torture. Through case law analysis, it investigates the development of a definition of torture at customary international law for international criminal law which differs from that in the UN Torture Convention and that generally applied in human rights law. The author examines this analysis for insights into individual responsibility and individual protection under international criminal law and international human rights law.

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