Genocide

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  • To consitutue  CaH, the acts relied on before the outbreak of war, must have been in execution of, or in connection with, a any crimes within the jurisdiction of the tribunal
    • Nuremberg
  • four groups
    • destruction?
      • definition
      • in whole or in part?
      • cultural destruction?
  • focus on nationality and ethnicity- culture carrying
    • not only physical and biological
      • the collective as a target
  • ethnocide
    • gendercide
    • ecocide
    • urbicide
  • not a state crime
    • no numerical threshold
      • 4 protected groups
        • subjective element: intent to destoy
    • legal definition
  • against whom?
    • by whom?
      • destruction?
  • Lemkin: "Crime of Barbarity"
    • Cultural destruction
    • More than killing: Deprivation of Life, Prevention of Life and Endangering Life
    • LECTURE 1 GENOCIDE
      • WWII
        • WWII- General Rumstedt- "we are therefore obliged to DESTROY
      • Nuremberg
      • UN General Assembly (1946)
        • affirms that genocide is a crime under international law
      • Genocide Convention 1948
        • Article III
        • Article II
        • Article I
          • Peace or in time of war  & to prevent and punish
        • article a-e
      • definition
      • non legal definitions
        • ethnocide
          • gendercide
          • ecocide
          • urbicide
      • legal definition
      • cambodia/  former yugoslavia/ Myanmar?
        • against whom?
          • by whom?
            • destruction?

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