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Author Malekian, Farhad, author.

Title Classical morality in international peremptory criminal law / by Farhad Malekian
Published Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 332 pages)
Contents Intro; Table of Contents; About the Author; Introduction; Chapter I; 1. Peremptory Norm in Objection to Unlawful Legality; 2. Unity of Peremptory Norms; 3. Natural Dignity and Rights; 4. Peremptory Norm as Universal Substantive Elements; 5. The Legal Existence of Moral Law; 6. The Minimum Standards of Civilization; 7. The Art of Definition of International Peremptory Criminal Law; Chapter II; 1. Objectives of Peremptory N; 2. The Nature of Jus Cogens; 3. The Scope of Justification of Jus Cogens; 4. Universal Mischief; 5. Morally Repugnant Acts against the International Community
6. Controversy over the Detection of Peremptory Norms7. Normative Conflicts between Peremptory and Other Norms; 8. Distinction of Norms; 9. Analysing the Process of Valid Reasons for Jus Cogens; Chapter V; 1. Perspective of Veto Rights; 2. Is the UN Charter Compatible with Jus Cogens Norms?; 3. Moral Confessions on Peremptory Norms; 4. The Security Council against Peremptory Norms; 5. The Cruelty of Security Council Measurers; 6. The Veto Right Against the Peremptory Norms; 7. Violation of Moral Requirements of Peremptory No; 8. The Security Council Monopolizing the Rights of the Universe
6. Jus Cogens ViolChapter III; 1. Jus Cogens Originating from Positive Law; 2. Law-Making Treaties Dealing with Peremptory Sources; 3. Customary Law Rendering Jus Cogens Norms; 4. The Difference between Customary and Jus Cogens Norms; 5. The Emergence of Peremptory Norms; 6. The Elements of Crimes Against Humanity; 7. Secondary Sources; 8. Jus Cogens as Opinio Juris; 9. Predication of Jus Cogens Norms; Chapter IV; 1. Interrelated Discipline of Jus Cogens Norms; 2. Legitimizing the Illegitimate; 3. Solving the Incompatibility of Peremptory Norms; 4. Categories of Norms; 5. Mandatory Nature
6.1. Requisite Pacta Sunt Servanda6.2. Responsibility to Op; 7. Erga Omnes Arriving at International Courts; 8. Violations of Basic Norms; 9. Normative Rules Preventing Extradition Rules; 9.1. Asylum as Erga Omnes; 9.2. Jurisdiction beyond Ordinary Rules; Chapter VII; 1. Debating the Normative Hierarchy of Rules; 2. The Security Council within the Hierarchy of Norms; 3. Consent Pertaining to Hierarchy of Values; 4. No Hierarchy Attached to Obligations Concern All States; 5. Peremptory Norms in Humanitarian Framework; 6. Ethical Balance in International Community Interests; Chapter VIII
9. The Motive of Permanent Members Violating Peremptory Norms10. The Hidden Intention of Legal Norms; 11. Seizing Violations of Peremptory Norms; 12. Blindness in Peremptory Criminal Justice; 13. Grave Humanitarian Violations of International Peremptory Criminal Law; Chapter VI; 1. The Strength of Erga Omnes Over State Supremacy; 2. Jus Cogens and Obligatio Erga Omnes; 2.1. The Emergence of Implementation; 2.2. Universal Recognition of Erga Omnes; 3. Unreservable Peremptory Norms; 4. Immoral Nature of Reservation; 5. No Question of Irresponsibility; 6. The Supremacy of Obligations
Summary This book begins with the belief that, if a moral principle cannot be identified in the language of the law, if law is not underpinned by a moral understanding of the norm, if the moral accusation is not attached to the violations of certain indispensable norms of the law, then we are violating the peremptory character of the universality of the moral law. The book vicariously objects to any dispute for the advantage of the impunity of those who have cruelly contravened the corpus juris of international peremptory criminal law. What justifies the law in recognizing certain principles as peremp
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Subject International criminal law -- Moral and ethical aspects
Jus cogens (International law)
Criminal justice law.
International criminal law.
Jus cogens (International law)
LAW -- Criminal Law -- General.
Treaties & other sources of international law.
Genre/Form Internet resources.
Law materials.
Law materials.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1527518264
9781527518261