Pluralism in international criminal law edited by elies van sliedregt and sergey vasiliev innovative study of the impact of divergent judgments in international criminal law assessing whether they undermine the legitimacy coherence and efficiency of international criminal justice. Buy pluralism in international criminal law by elies van sliedregt sergey vasiliev isbn 9780198703198 from amazons book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. It ultimately brings together the theories of legal pluralism the comparative law discourse on legal transplants harmonization and convergence and the international legal debate on fragmentation to show where pluralism and divergence will need to be accepted as regular and even beneficial features of international criminal justice. 2011 the pluralism of international criminal la w 1065 humanity and receiving a ten year sentence2 erdemovic appealed claiming that he was excused on account of having committed his crimes under duress3 according to his uncontested testimony which both the prosecution and trial judge accepted. The inherent pluralism of international criminal law march 14 2018 sasha greenawalt alexander k a greenawalt is a professor of law at the elisabeth haub school of law at pace university his research focuses on criminal law international law and the laws of war
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