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Final exam: oral exam. For foreign students it is possibility make the exam in english.
The educational aim of the course is to facilitate the acquisition of the fundamental principles of international criminal law.
The course is dedicated to the study of international criminal tribunals and to the international criminal justice. The expression “international criminal law” indicates the groups of international norms which are aimed to define and sanction international crimes, to impose to the States the obligation of processing and punishing the authors of those crimes, to write the rules for the criminal process. The course will be focused on the history of international criminal courts - beginning from the Nuremberg Tribunal and Tokyo Tribunal, through the ad hoc Tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia, until the International Criminal Court (ICC) -, on the international crimes and the international sanctions, finally on the international criminal procedure.
A. Cassese, Lineamenti di diritto internazionale penale, Vol. I, Il diritto sostanziale, Il Mulino, 2005.
Front Lesson. Possibility for foreign students to attend the course using slides in english and through meeting with the teacher to summarize the program in english.
For foreign students it is possible to make the exam in english studying the text: A. Cassese, P. Gaeta, Cassese's International Criminal Law, OUP Oxford, 2013.