Peace and Security
This chapter discusses the concept of crimes against the peace and security of mankind. It deals with the element of ‘internationality’, which is construed in terms of the collective security interests of the international community. It highlights the work of the International Law Commission in creating the Draft Code of Crimes against the Peace and Security of Mankind dealing with international crimes committed by individuals and the increased role of the UN in maintaining or restoring international peace and security.
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