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n South African Law Journal - Universal jurisdiction and South Africa's perspective on the investigation of international crimes : notes

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Abstract

Universal jurisdiction is an important yet contentious jurisdictional principle in international law, despite more than 100 states worldwide having universal jurisdiction legislation (Amnesty International (2012) 1-2). The principle has dominated discussions at both the international and African regional levels, with many voicing practical, political and policy concerns with regard to its application.

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2014-01-01
2016-12-03
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