Table of contents for International criminal law / Kriangsak Kittichaisaree.

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Part I: Legal Foundations
1. Review of Relevant Concepts
2. Ad Hoc International Tribunals and the International Criminal Court
3. General Principles of International Criminal Law
Part II: Particular International Crimes
4. Genocide
5. Crimes Against Humanity
6. War Crimes
7. Aggression and other International Crimes
Part III: Modes of Participation and Grounds for Excluding Criminal Responsibility
8. Modes of Participation in International Crimes
9. Grounds for Excluding Criminal Responsibilty
Part IV: Procedural and Other Aspects
10. Initiation of Proceedings and International Cooperation
11. Rights of Parties
12. Cumulative Charges, Sentencing, and Compensation for Victims

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
International offenses.
Criminal procedure (International law)