Application of Treaty-Based Universal Jurisdiction to the Nationals of Non-Party States
The article concludes that international law does not preclude the exercise of treaty-based universal jurisdiction over the nationials of Non-Party States, and in fact this practice is vital to the fight against international crimes.
Non-Party States, Universal Jurisdiction
Place of Original Publication
New England Law Review
35 New England Law Review 363 (2001)
Scharf, Michael P., "Application of Treaty-Based Universal Jurisdiction to the Nationals of Non-Party States" (2001). Faculty Publications. 739.
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