Carsten Stahn mainly investigates Law, Statute, International law, Jurisdiction and Public international law. His study involves Criminal court, Criminal responsibility, Commission, Legal norm and Political rhetoric, a branch of Law. His Criminal court research integrates issues from Criminal investigation, Criminology, Criminal procedure and Theory of criminal justice.
His Statute research includes elements of Member states, Security council, Resolution and Peacekeeping. His Original jurisdiction research extends to the thematically linked field of International law. His research investigates the connection between Public international law and topics such as Legitimacy that intersect with issues in Normative.
Carsten Stahn focuses on Law, International law, Public international law, Criminal justice and Criminal law. Criminal court, Statute, Criminal procedure, Theory of criminal justice and Jurisdiction are subfields of Law in which his conducts study. His International law research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Court of equity, Comparative law and Dilemma.
His work deals with themes such as Administration, War crime and Mandate, which intersect with Public international law. His Criminal justice research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Accountability, Human rights, Law and economics, Fact-finding and Politics. He has researched Criminal law in several fields, including Public law and International humanitarian law.
Law, Criminal justice, Criminal law, Criminology and International law are his primary areas of study. His Statute, Injustice, Colonialism, Genocide and Crisis management study are his primary interests in Law. His Statute research incorporates themes from Queen and Criminal court.
His research in Criminal justice intersects with topics in Procedural justice, Arrest warrant and Law and economics. His Criminal law study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Status quo, Armed conflict, Accountability, Scholarship and Economic Justice. His work on Crimes against humanity as part of general International law study is frequently connected to Environmental ethics, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Carsten Stahn mainly focuses on Law, Criminal justice, Statute, Criminal law and Criminology. His research in Criminal jurisdiction, Appeal, Punishment, Cold war and Scholarship are components of Law. The study incorporates disciplines such as Arrest warrant, Genocide, Humanism and Politics in addition to Criminal justice.
His studies deal with areas such as Queen, Criminal court, Authorization, Islamic republic and Human rights as well as Statute. He combines subjects such as Collective responsibility, Corporate social responsibility, Corporate governance, Crimes against humanity and International law with his study of Criminal law.
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Responsibility to Protect: Political Rhetoric or Emerging Legal Norm?
American Journal of International Law (2007)
Accommodating Individual Criminal Responsibility and National Reconciliation: The UN Truth Commission for East Timor
American Journal of International Law (2001)
Complementarity, Amnesties and Alternative Forms of Justice: Some Interpretative Guidelines for the International Criminal Court
Journal of International Criminal Justice (2005)
‘Jus ad bellum’, ‘jus in bello’ . . . ‘jus post bellum’? –Rethinking the Conception of the Law of Armed Force
European Journal of International Law (2006)
The Ambiguities of Security Council Resolution 1422 (2002)
European Journal of International Law (2003)
Complementarity: A Tale of Two Notions
Criminal Law Forum (2008)
Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Discipline(s)
American University of International Law Review (2007)
Enforcement of the Collective Will After Iraq
American Journal of International Law (2003)
Participation of victims in pre-trial proceedings of the ICC
Carsten Stahn;Héctor Olásolo;Kate Gibson.
Journal of International Criminal Justice (2006)
Libya, the International Criminal Court and Complementarity A Test for ‘Shared Responsibility’
Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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