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A Collective Theory of Genocidal Intent

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A Collective Theory of Genocidal Intent
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A Collective Theory of Genocidal Intent
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International Criminal Justice Ser.
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v.7
A Collective Theory of Genocidal Intent
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A Collective Theory of Genocidal Intent
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Contents
  • Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 A Critique of Individualistic Approaches to Genocidal Intent -- Abstract -- 2.1 The Traditional Individualistic Understanding of Genocidal Intent: Its Pure Subjectivity -- 2.2 An Overview of the Purpose-Based Approach -- 2.3 An Overview of the Knowledge-Based Approach -- 2.4 Rethinking the Knowledge-Based Approach (I): Some Observations -- 2.4.1 A Hypothetical: An Insomniac Commander -- 2.4.2 Consequence or Context? On Valid Objects of Knowledge -- 2.4.3 Why Principals? A Comparison with Joint Criminal Enterprise and Perpetration by Means -- 2.4.4 Why Knowledge? A Comparison with Aiding and Abetting Genocide -- 2.4.5 Just an Aiding and Abetting Theory? A Wake-Up Call from the Popović et al. Case -- 2.5 Rethinking the Knowledge-Based Approach (II): A Purpose-Based Theory of Individualistic Genocidal Intent -- 2.5.1 'Special Intent': A Matter of IntensityDegree, or of Object? -- 2.5.2 Genocidal Intent as 'Direct IntentPurposely' -- 2.5.2.1 The Three-Level Hierarchy of Mens Rea -- 2.5.2.2 Destruction as an 'Unwanted (or Uninterested) but Permitted Side-Effect'? -- 2.5.2.3 Destruction as a 'Desired Main Effect' on the 'Straight Line of Your Purpose' -- 2.5.2.4 The Notion of 'Desire in a Broad Sense' -- 2.6 Complications and Frustrations: Individualistic Genocidal Intent at the Ad Hoc Tribunals -- 2.6.1 The Akayesu Paradox: Applying the Knowledge-Based Theory to the Purpose-Based Concept of Genocidal Intent? -- 2.6.2 Case Law Claiming the Purpose-Based Approach Doctrinally, but Denying It Evidentially? -- 2.6.3 From Individualistic Intent to Collective Intent -- References -- 3 Collective Genocide, Contextual Element and Substantiality -- Abstract -- 3.1 An Overview of the Two-Layered Structure of Genocide: 'Conduct Level' Versus 'Context Level'
  • 3.2 Who Are You?: The Hidden Concept of 'Collective Genocide' Governing the Case Law -- 3.2.1 A Peculiar Judicial Invention of 'Collective Genocide' at the Ad Hoc Tribunals: A Quasi-Element of Genocide? -- 3.2.1.1 Akayesu -- 3.2.1.2 Kayishema and Ruzindana -- 1st Stage Inquiry: Are the Elements of Genocide Met in Rwanda? -- 2nd Stage Inquiry: Are the Elements of Genocide Met in Kibuye? -- 3.2.1.3 Rutaganda and Musema -- 3.2.1.4 Krstić, Popović et al., Karadžić and Tolimir -- 3.2.2 The Reason for the Jelisić Acquittal: The Absence of 'Collective Genocide' -- 3.3 'Collective Genocide' and the Substantiality Requirement -- 3.3.1 Historical Development of the Substantiality Requirement -- 3.3.2 Objectifying 'in Whole or in Part'?: Contextual Element of Genocide -- 3.3.3 Essence of Genocide? Destruction, Result and Substantiality -- 3.4 'Collective Genocide' and Threat -- 3.4.1 Objective Threat Inherent in the Contextual Element -- 3.4.2 'Concrete Threat' as Content of 'Collective Genocide'?: Al Bashir Decision -- 3.4.3 Rethinking the Criticisms of the Al Bashir Decision's 'Concrete Threat' -- 3.4.4 Threat Only as Proof, but Not Content of 'Collective Genocide' -- 3.5 'Collective Genocide' and the Degraded Importance of Individualistic Genocidal Intent -- References -- 4 Collective Genocidal Intent and Genocide as a Criminal Enterprise -- Abstract -- 4.1 Unveiling Collective Genocidal Intent -- 4.1.1 Without Collective Genocidal Intent, No Individual Genocidal Intent -- 4.1.2 Inferring My Intent from 'Acts of Others'?: Collective Genocidal Intent and the Pattern of Conduct -- 4.1.3 "Group as Such": Importance of Collective MotiveReason for Targeting -- 4.2 Genocide as a Criminal Enterprise: A Genocide-'Joint Criminal Enterprise' Analogy
  • 4.2.1 The Inherent Logic of Joint Criminal Enterprise Within Genocide: Parallel Notions of 'Common PurposePlan' and Collective Genocidal Intent -- 4.2.2 Applying Joint Criminal Enterprise to Genocide: Watering Down Individual Genocidal Intent Through Objectification? -- 4.2.2.1 Joint Criminal Enterprise and Presumption of Individual Genocidal Intent -- 4.2.2.2 Joint Criminal Enterprise and the Objective Approach to Individual Genocidal Intent at the ICTY -- 4.2.2.3 The Inherent Logic of Joint Criminal Enterprise and the Objective Approach to Individual Genocidal Intent at the ICTR -- 4.2.2.4 Krstić Appeals: Lowered Level of ParticipationContribution and the Reduced Level of Genocidal Liability -- 4.2.2.5 A Hypothetical Consideration of the Ultimate Mastermind's Genocidal Intent -- 4.2.3 The Top-Down Verticality of Genocidal Intent: The JCE Logic Within Genocide Rendering Genocide a Leadership Crime -- References -- 5 Conclusion -- Index
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