International Criminal Responsibility in the Two World Wars
The criminal responsibility of the states, individuals, governments, and organizations were all notions that received considerable attention in the aftermath of the two world wars. This chapter discusses the systems that were advocated: first, that of the exclusive responsibility of the states, second, that of the cumulative responsibility of the states and individuals; and finally, that of exclusive responsibility of individuals.
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