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  • 9 of 996 Publications

  1. The law of Damals, the Verbrecherstaat and postwar German justice Contribution
    Douglas, Lawrence (2022)
    In: Burghardt, Boris; Jeßberger, Florian; Vormbaum, Moritz (Eds.), Strafrecht und Systemunrecht. Festschrift für Gerhard Werle zum 70. Geburtstag, Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen, pp. 569-579
  2. Universal jurisdiction and international crimes in German courts – recent steps towards exercising the principle of complementarity after the entry into force of the Rome Statute Journal Article
    Safferling, Christoph J.M.; Petrossian, Gurgen (2021)
    In: European Criminal Law Review, 11(2), pp. 242-263
  3. Germany Contribution
    Akinrinade, Babafemi (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Atrocity crimes, atrocity laws and justice in Africa, Eleven International Publishing, The Hague, pp. 266-270
  4. 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
  5. The enabler, the true believer, the fanatic: German justice in the Third Reich Journal Article
    Sfekas, Stephen J. (2015)
    In: Journal Jurisprudence, pp. 189-230
  6. The Fujimori judgment: a president's responsibility for crimes against humanity as indirect perpetrator by virtue of an organized power apparatus Journal Article
    Ambos, Kai (2011)
    In: Journal of International Criminal Justice, 9(1), pp. 137-158
  7. Retroactive law and proactive justice: Debating crimes against humanity in Germany, 1945–1950 Journal Article
    Pendas, Devin O. (2010)
    In: Central European History, 43(3), pp. 428-463
  8. Accountability for the torture memo. Prosecuting Guantanamo in Europe: can and shall the masterminds of the “torture memos” be held criminally responsible on the basis of universal jurisdiction? Journal Article
    Ambos, Kai (2009)
    In: Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 42(1/2), pp. 405-448

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