by Iain CAMERON - book
The protective principle of International criminal jurisdiction
This work examines the role and function that the protective principle plays in international criminal law as a whole. It also analyzes the systems of criminal jurisdiction in Sweden and the United States. Shorter analyses are also made of the Danish, Norwegian and British systems.
by Bart DE SCHUTTER - book
Bibliography on International Criminal Law
by Gert VERMEULEN - book
Essential Texts on International and European Criminal Law: Sixth Edition
This pocket book is comprised of the principal policy documents and multilateral legal instruments on international and European criminal law, with a special focus on Europol and Eurojust, as well...
by Annika SUOMINEN - article
The Past, Present and Future of Eurojust
The objective of this article is to shed some light on the current situation of co-operation in criminal matters in the EU, especially with regard to Eurojust. With the Lisbon Treaty, the area of...