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By Meron, Theodor
Bringing together Judge Meron's most important speeches in one volume, this book provides an insider's account of the development of international criminal law, humanitarian law, and human rights. Judge Meron, one of the most respected and admired figures in international law, al...so gives his vision of the role of the international judge.Read more
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In 'Bloody Constraint', Meron addresses the basic humanitarian and ethical values that are so important for international law and war crimes prosecutions in our era. He also considers international legal issues that have relevance today.
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This book is a collection of Theodor Meron's essays on war crimes, international humanitarian law and related areas.
Against a background of Medieval and Renaissance sources as well as Shakespeare's historical and dramatic realms, this work considers ways in which law, chivalry, morality, conscience, and state necessity are deployed in Shakespeare to promote a society in which soldiers behave h...umanely and leaders are held to high standards of civilized behaviour.Read more
Provides new contexts for Shakespeare's play Henry V . The result is an account of how Shakespeare's and other histories dramatically articulated complex medieval and Renaissance attitudes to warfare and the conduct of nations and individuals in time of war.
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