The Crime of Aggression: Consequences of Applying International Criminal Law to a Radically Indeterminate Concept

This PhD research, started in February 2010 and completed in December 2015, concerns the reasons for applying international law, and international criminal law in particular, to the notion of aggressive war in interstate relations, and the implications of the application of (criminal) law to such an indeterminate concept. That the notion of aggression is indeterminate … Continue reading The Crime of Aggression: Consequences of Applying International Criminal Law to a Radically Indeterminate Concept