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27 Stetson L. Rev. 589 (1997-1998)
After the Dusko Tadic War Crimes Trial: A Commentary on the Applicability of the Grave Breaches Provisions of the 1949 Geneva Conventions

handle is hein.journals/stet27 and id is 605 raw text is: AFTER THE DUSKO TADIC WAR CRIMES TRIAL:
A COMMENTARY ON THE APPLICABILITY OF
THE GRAVE BREACHES PROVISIONS OF THE
1949 GENEVA CONVENTIONS*
Dorothea Beane**
TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION .............
A. Historical Summary ........
B. Creation of the Tribunal .....
II.  ANALYSIS  ..................
A. The Dissenting Opinion of
Judge McDonald ...........
B. The Nicaragua Precedent ....
C. Expert Testimony of Professor
James Gow ..............
III. CONCLUSIONS ..............
A. Articulating a Standard for
International Conflict .......

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B. The False Dichotomy of an Internal/International
Conflict Standard  ............................ 608
C. Outlook for the International Criminal Court ....... 610

APPENDIX A:
Statute of the Tribunal  ..............

................ 615

APPENDIX B:
Glossary  ..................................
APPENDIX C:
Regional Map of the Former Yugoslavia ..........

....... 624

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* © Dorothea Beane, 1997. All rights reserved.
** Professor of Law, Stetson Unversity College of Law. B-A., Drew University,
1974; J.D., Rutgers School of Law at Newark, 1977. The Author wishes to thank Adam
Goldman, a second-year student at Stetson University College of Law, for his invaluable
assistance with this Essay. In addition, the Author wishes to thank the Stetson Law
Review editors and staff for their contributions to this Essay.

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