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  1. Germany Contribution
    Ambos, Kai ; Bock, Stefanie (2022)
    In: Adams, Verity; Bohlander, Michael; Reed, Alan; Simpson, Bethany (Eds.), Fault in criminal law. A research companion, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, London; New York, (Substantive issues in criminal law, ), pp. 169-188
  2. The legitimacy of offences criminalising incitement to terrorist acts: A European perspective Contribution
    Petzsche, Anneke (2022)
    In: Cancio Meliá, Manuel; Llobet Anglì, Mariona; Walker, Clive (Eds.), Precursor crimes of terrorism. The criminalisation of terrorism risk in comparative perspective, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham
  3. Crimes committed by a state and culpability – can the perpetrators “at the bottom” of the organization be held culpable? Contribution
    Nestler, Cornelius (2020)
    In: Eisele, Jörg (Eds.), Past and future. Transitional justice versus traditional criminal justice? : Ways of dealing with past conflicts and past autocracies, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Beiträge zum Strafrecht - Contributions to Criminal Law, ), pp. 37-48
  4. Germany Contribution
    Tosza, Stanislaw (2019)
    In: (Eds.), Criminal liability of managers in Europe. Punishing excessive risk, Hart, Oxford, (Hart studies in European criminal law, volume 8), pp. 112-168
  5. Germany Contribution
    Rinceanu, Johanna (2018)
    In: Peters, Laura (Eds.), Acting together in crime. A comparative analysis of joint perpetration of and assistance to criminal offences under French, German, Austrian and Italian criminal law in light of five Dutch Supreme Court cases, Eleven International Publishing, The Hague, pp. 103-111
  6. Perpetrators and accessories in international criminal law. Individual modes of responsibility for collective crimes Book
    Jain, Neha (2016)
    ISBN 9781509907397, Hart Publishing, Oxford
  7. The German Rwabukombe Case. The Federal Court’s interpretation of co-perpetration and the genocidal intent to destroy Journal Article
    Ambos, Kai (2016)
    In: Journal of International Criminal Justice, 14(5), pp. 1221-1234
  8. Co-perpetration: German dogmatik or German invasion? Contribution
    Ohlin, Jens David (2015)
    In: Stahn, Carsten (Eds.), The law and practice of the International Criminal Court, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 517-537
  9. Problems of attribution in international criminal law. A German perspective Journal Article
    Weigend, Thomas (2014)
    In: Journal of International Criminal Justice, 12(2), pp. 253-266