This work highlights the international aspects of criminal law so far engrained in national law. The book is designed to give a first and solid introduction to international criminal law, using numerous examples and references to schemas and charts. It also caters for the needs of students and academics in this field.
Table Of Contents:
1. Criminal Law in an International Context 2. Terminology of "International Criminal Law" 3. The Application of National Criminal Law to Cases with International Elements 4. The Principles of Criminal Jurisdiction and their Implementation in National Legal Orders 5. Basic Principles and Issues of European Criminal Law 6. Supranational Criminal Law 7. The Influence of European Law on Domestic Substantive Criminal Law 8. Criminal Law Enforcement in Europe 9. The European Convention on Human Rights 10. General Introduction to International Criminal Law 11. History of International Criminal Law 12. The International Criminal Court (ICC) 13. The General Part of International Criminal Law 14. Special Part of International Criminal Law 15. The Implementation of the ICC-Statute into National Law - The German Solution in Particular