The Criminalization of Aggression and Soldiers’ Rights

by Tom Dannenbaum, Assistant Professor of International Law at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

This article identifies the core wrong of criminal aggression to be the entailed legally unjustified killing and human violence and not the violation of sovereignty or states’ rights. Its key contribution is to elaborate two implications of that normative account of the crime.

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