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Confronting the Shadow State: An International Law Perspective on State Organized Crime

ISBN : 9780198823933

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¥14,608
Author: 
Henri Decoeur
Pages
320 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
156 x 234 mm
Pub date
Apr 2018
Series
Oxford Monographs in International Law
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Index: 

Introduction
State organized crime
1 The phenomenon of state organized crime
The limits of applicable international law
2 State responsibility for state organized crime
3 International criminal law instruments for the suppression of organized crime and corruption
4 The limits of applicable crime-suppression conventions
International legal mechanisms for the suppression of state organized crime
5 A normative justification for establishing state organized crime as an international crime
6 A convention for the suppression of state organized crime
7 The potential role of the UN Security Council in the suppression of state organized crime
8 The potential role of international criminal tribunals in the suppression of state organized crime
Concluding remarks

About the author: 

Henri Decoeur is lawyer specializing in international criminal litigation, in matters relating to human rights, organized crime, terrorism, and corruption. He holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge, an LLM from McGill University, and a BA in comparative law from the University Paris Ouest Nanterre. He has worked for international criminal courts and tribunals, and practices law as a licensed member of the Paris Bar.

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