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About Company Media Kit Contact Scoop.it Cookies? Home Browse by author Browse by year Departments History of Thought FAQ Advanced search Login &&&&&&&& & &Pitchero currently offers Club, League, County and NGB Network websitesCommand responsibility in international law---the boundaries of criminal liability for military commanders and civilian leadersPitcheroSorry, the page you requested could not be foundPreview PDF Download (9MB) Preview Abstract Born in the aftermath of the Second World War, the doctrine of command or superior responsibility provides that a military commander or a civilian leader may be held criminally responsible in relation to crimes committed by subordinates even where he has taken no direct or personal part in the commission of these crimes&&&The basis of this type of liability lies in a grave and culpable failure on the part of a superior to fulfill his duty to prevent or punish crimes of subordinates
Contrary to most other forms of criminal liability, the doctrine of command responsibility first developed as a norm of international law, rather than under domestic lawMettraux, Guenael (2008) Command responsibility in international law---the boundaries of criminal liability for military commanders and civilian leadersFollow us Facebook Twitter Google+ Linkedin RESOURCES BLOG RESOURCES CENTER CASE STUDIES .RESOURCES BLOG RESOURCES CENTER CASE STUDIES . & & & Want A Free Website?Feel free to contact us or visit Pitchero.com.In that sense, the responsibility of a superior is entailed and is closely linked to the crimes of his subordinates for which he may be convictedFAQs Contact us Takedown Policy LSE Theses Online supports OAI 2.0 with a base URL of 5d8a9798ff