Table of contents for Crimes against humanity : a normative account / Larry May.


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Part I. Universal Norms and Moral Minimalism: 1. Introduction
2. Jus cogens norms
3. Custom, opinio juris, and consent
Part II. Principles of International Criminal Law: 4. The security principle
5. The international harm principle
6. International crime: The case of rape
Part III. Prosecuting International Crimes: 7. Prosecuting minor players for crimes against humanity
8. Prosecuting state leaders for crimes against humanity
9. Prosecuting genocide amidst widespread complicity
Part IV. Defenses and Alternatives: 10. Superior orders, duress, and moral perception
11. The international rule of law
12. Victims and convictions
13. Reconciliation and amnesty programs.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Crimes against humanity, International offenses