|Title||Aggression, crime and international security : Moral, political and legal dimensions of international relations / Page Wilson|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2009|
|Descript||xi, 171p. ; 24 cm|
The concept of aggression in international relations. -- Aggression in the post-World War I settlement. -- State aggression at the League, 1920 to 1940. -- Aggression and individual criminal responsibility at Muremberg and subsequent trials. -- Aggression and individual criminal responsibility at the Tokyo Trial. -- The UN's 'definition' of state aggression, 1944 to 1974. -- The International Law Commission's attempts to criminalise state aggression, 1946 to 1998. -- State aggression at the UN, 1945 to 2009. -- Conclusion.
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