Criminal Jurisdiction 100 Years after the 1907 Hague Peace Conference
- Publication date:July 2009
- Dimensions: 245 x 160 mm
- Weight: 0.6kg
- Refer to T.M.C Asser Press, T.M.C Asser Press, R.J.Schimmelpennincklaan 20-22, 2517 JN The Hague, The Netherlands
The eighth Hague Joint Conference honoured the centennial anniversary of The Hague Conference of 1907 with a series of keynote addresses and panels focusing on salient issues in international humanitarian law and criminal jurisdiction. These included the lessons learned from the trials of Slobodan Milosevic, Charles Taylor, and Saddam Hussein; the need for a comprehensive anti-terrorism convention and judicial review of internationally enacted anti-terror measures; the defining, suppressing and trying of genocide; the issues of truth commissions, accountability and the International Criminal Court; corporate liability for human rights crimes; international humanitarian intervention in the post-9/11 era; the plundering of natural resources and destruction of the environment in times of armed conflict; and the present-day conduct of hostilities. Organized by the Hague Joint Conferences on International Law Foundation, the American Society of International Law, the Netherlands Society of International Law and the T.M.C. Asser Instituut participated in the conference.