Unimaginable atrocities: justice, politics, and rights at the war crimes tribunals.
- William Schabas
- Oxford University Press, 2012
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In this book, William Schabas explores the controversies surrounding the international trials of war criminals by considering the discipline of international criminal law, discussing the relationship between genocide and crimes against humanity, and providing a strong historical perspective reference to the international justice at Nuremberg and Tokyo, and the growing pains of the International Criminal Court.