By Derek Jinks, Jackson N. Maogoto, Solon Solomon
The paintings analyzes the effect and implementation of overseas humanitarian legislations in judicial and quasi judicial our bodies. furthermore, acknowledging the excessive effect household jurisdictions have within the configuration of overseas legislations, the ebook doesn't relaxation in simple terms in an research of the overseas jurisprudence, yet delves additionally into the query of the way household courts relate to foreign humanitarian legislations issues.
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86 ICTY Boskoski and Tarculovski 2008, Prosecutor v. Boskoski and Tarculovski, Case No IT04-82-T, Judgment, Trial Chamber, 10 July 2008, para 186 [hereafter]. ’ Akande 2012, p. 52. For an earlier discussion on the adjective ‘protracted’ and its use by the ICTY, see Tahzib-Lie and Swaak-Goldman 2004, p. 248. 80 46 N. 95 87 ICTY Limaj 2005, para 89. International Committee of the Red Cross, Working Paper, 29 June 1999 (submitted by the ICRC as a reference document to assist the Preparatory Commission in its work to establish the elements of crimes for the ICC) (italics in original).
55 International Court of Justice 1950, Asylum Case (Columbia v. Peru),  ICJ Rep 266, 27 November 1950, p. 277. However, in the Nicaragua case, the International Court of Justice explained that the practice does not need to be absolutely rigorous with regard to the conformity principle. ICJ Nicaragua 1986, para 186. 56 International Court of Justice 1969, North Sea Continental Shelf Cases (Federal Republic of Germany/Denmark and Federal Republic of Germany/Netherlands),  ICJ Rep 3, 20 February 1969, paras 73–74.
66 When American President Clinton visited Russia in May 1995, he was informed that the Russian army was only conducting a ‘police action against terrorists’. Tskhovrebov 1995, footnote 55. 1. 68 International Court of Justice 1969, North Sea Continental Shelf Cases (Federal Republic of Germany/Denmark and Federal Republic of Germany/Netherlands),  ICJ Rep 3, 20 February 1969. 69 Acts may both constitute the objective element and be evidence of subjective element in the same time. ’ Henckaerts 2005, p.
Applying International Humanitarian Law in Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Bodies: International and Domestic Aspects by Derek Jinks, Jackson N. Maogoto, Solon Solomon