Cultural Genocide in International Law: Is the Time Ripe for a Change?
Article from: TDM 5 (2013), in Art and Heritage Disputes in International and Comparative Law
This article aims to highlight the limits of the current legal
framework and the need for international criminal law to evolve
towards the development of effective legal instruments designed
for the punishment of cultural genocide, with a view to
conferring jurisdiction on international criminal courts and
remedying present gaps and shortcomings.
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S. Negri; "Cultural Genocide in International Law: Is the Time Ripe for a Change?"
TDM 5 (2013), www.transnational-dispute-management.com