Modes of Liability and the “Fragmentation” of International Criminal Law

This project studies the “fragmentation” of the international criminal law on modes of liability: i.e. the process where notions like co-perpetration, command responsibility, etc. are sometimes subjected to conflicting interpretations by the various international criminal courts (“horizontal fragmentation’) and by domestic courts trying international crimes (“vertical fragmentation”). The descriptive element of identifying such instances of … Continue reading Modes of Liability and the “Fragmentation” of International Criminal Law