Reasonable and effective universality: conditions to the exercice by national courts of universal jurisdiction over international crimes

Vanessa Thalmann
The aim of this thesis is to propose a comprehensive national legal framework for the effective and reasonable exercise of universal jurisdiction, which allows states to fulfill their international obligations to prosecute and punish the gravest human rights violations, while respecting other states' sovereignty and preserving the rights of each individual to a fair criminal prosecution and trial. The study is structured in three parts. Part I covers universal jurisdiction in international law. It responds...
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