Washington University Global Studies Law Review
Does the ICJ, in discharging its responsibility under Article IX to establish the “responsibility” of a state for genocide, risk trenching on the jurisdiction now assigned to the ICTY and ICC? And does it risk perpetuating a notion of “collective guilt”?
Thomas M. Franck,
Individual Criminal Liability and Collective Civil Responsibility: Do They Reinforce or Contradict One Another?,
Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev.