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Mens Rea at the International Criminal Court

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Mens Rea at the International Criminal Court
Title
Mens Rea at the International Criminal Court
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International Criminal Law Ser.
Series volume
v.10
Mens Rea at the International Criminal Court
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Mens Rea at the International Criminal Court
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Contents
  • Mens Rea at the International Criminal Court -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Rationale of Mens Rea in International Criminal Law -- 1.2 Contemporary Mens Rea Controversies -- 1.3 Composition of Research -- 2 Definitional Elements of Mens Rea at the Ad Hoc Tribunals -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Levels of Mens Rea -- 2.3 Mens Rea within the Ad Hoc Tribunals -- 2.3.1 Principal Perpetration -- 2.3.2 Accessory Liability -- 2.4 Conclusion -- 3 Definitional Elements of Mens Rea at the International Criminal Court -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Intent and Knowledge -- 3.3 Mens Rea for the Different Liability Modes under Article 25 of the Rome Statute -- 3.3.1 Committing -- 3.3.2 Ordering, Soliciting or Inducing -- 3.3.3 Aiding, Abetting or Otherwise Assisting -- 3.3.4 In Any Other Way Contributing -- 3.3.5 Inciting to Commit Genocide -- 3.3.6 Attempting to Commit -- 3.3.7 Criminal Responsibility for the Crime of Aggression -- 3.3.8 Responsibility of Commanders and Other Superiors -- 3.4 Conclusion -- 4 Mens Rea and War Crimes -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Applicable Legal Framework -- 4.3 Mens Rea in Practice: Operation Allied Force -- 4.4 The Rome Statute on War Crimes -- 4.5 ICC Case Law on War Crimes -- 4.5.1 Conscripting Child Soldiers -- 4.5.2 Willful Killing -- 4.5.3 Attacking Civilians -- 4.6 War Crimes at the Ad Hoc Tribunals -- 4.7 Conclusion -- 5 Mens Rea and Genocide -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Acts of Genocide -- 5.3 Genocide at the International Court of Justice -- 5.4 Genocide at the Ad Hoc Tribunals -- 5.4.1 Intent to Destroy -- 5.4.2 Different Mens Rea Standards under Different Liability Modes -- 5.4.3 Inchoate Offense -- 5.5 ICC Evidentiary Standards vis-à-vis Genocide -- 5.6 Conclusion -- 6 Mens Rea and Crimes against Humanity -- 6.1 Introduction
  • 6.2 Contextual Elements of an "attack" -- 6.2.1 Widespread or Systematic -- 6.2.2 Directed against Any Civilian Population -- 6.2.3 Pursuant to or in Furtherance of a State or Organizational Policy -- 6.3 Mens Rea Requirements: Knowledge of the Attack -- 6.3.1 International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia -- 6.3.2 International Criminal Court -- 6.4 Mens Rea for the Underlying Crimes -- 6.4.1 Murder -- 6.4.2 Extermination -- 6.4.3 Enslavement -- 6.4.4 Deportation or Forcible Transfer of Population -- 6.4.5 Imprisonment or Other Severe Deprivation of Physical Liberty -- 6.4.6 Torture -- 6.4.7 Rape, Sexual Slavery, Enforced Prostitution, Forced Pregnancy, Enforced Sterilization, or Any Other Form of Sexual Slavery of Comparable Gravity -- 6.4.8 Persecution -- 6.4.9 Enforced Disappearance of Persons -- 6.4.10 The Crime of Apartheid -- 6.4.11 Other Inhumane Acts -- 6.5 Crimes against Humanity at the ICC -- 6.6 Concluding Remarks and Overview -- 7 Mens Rea and the Crime of Aggression -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Mens Rea for Crimes against Peace at the IMT -- 7.3 General Constitutive Elements of the ICC Crime of Aggression -- 7.4 Elements of Aggression within the Ambit of the Rome Statute -- 7.5 Mens Rea Defenses Concerning Aggression -- 7.6 Self-defense, Humanitarian Intervention, Protection of Nationals Abroad or Aggression -- 7.6.1 Al-Shifa: (Error in) Self-defense against Al-Qaeda or Act of Aggression? -- 7.6.2 Entebbe Incident: Defense of One's Own Nationals Abroad or Act of Aggression? -- 7.6.3 The Invasion of Kuwait: An Act of Aggression? -- 7.7 Conclusion -- 8 Mens Rea for the Criminalization of Political Speeches -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 The Potential Criminal Nature of Political Speeches Subjected to International Criminal Trials -- 8.3 Hate Speech, Incitement, or Freedom of Expression?
  • 8.4 The Rudiments of the Criminalization of Hate Speeches -- 8.5 Criminalization of Hate Speeches at the ICTR -- 8.6 Criminalization of Hate Speeches at the ICTY -- 8.7 Criminalization of Speeches at the ICC -- 8.8 The Level of Mens Rea Required for the Criminalization of Political Speeches -- 9 Defenses against Mens Rea -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Mental Disease or Defect -- 9.2.1 General Analysis -- 9.2.2 Scientific Developments and Their Impact on the Insanity Defense -- 9.3 Intoxication -- 9.4 Self-defense or Defense of Others -- 9.5 Duress and Necessity -- 9.5.1 Duress -- 9.5.2 Necessity -- 9.6 Military Necessity in a Situation vs. Necessity in a Case -- 9.6.1 Anticipating Defenses -- 9.7 Mistake of Fact or Mistake of Law -- 9.7.1 Mistake of Fact -- 9.7.2 Mistake of Law -- 9.8 Superior Orders -- 9.9 Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Table of cases -- Index
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