IntlLaw HumanRights

IntlLaw HumanRights - CurrentEvents:...

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Current Events: ICC does not have death penalty International Criminal Court //  International Cricket Court THE INDIVIDUAL CONTINUED >> see Section 5 Individual State Responsibility Law o Procedural Nationality Exhaustion of Resources (best choice until it fails  and you have nothing to lose) Diplomatic Protection o Substantive Attributability and Liability Government can be held liable for not  doing their job Scope of Liability International Minimum Standards Int’l Bill of Human Rights Human Rights Law If country goes below, then they are in  violation Human Rights Law o Humanitarian Law  Fair, adequate, and prompt During the time of the Cold War
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If you are suing a government with a state that the US does  not like you will get the full power of the American  Government In addition to knowing the law you also have to know the social, 
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2011 for the course PSCI 358 taught by Professor Fetni during the Summer '11 term at UPenn.

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