The history of attempts to create international criminal tribunals for prose- cution of international crimes includes attention to the responsibility of heads of state, other public officials, and private persons for violations of treaties and customary international law and, thus, nonimmunity of heads of state and other governmental actors.
Paust, Jordan J.
"ISLA Panel Oct. 18, 2003, At Loyola University New Orleans-Panel On History Of International Tribunals Prior To Nuremberg: Selective History Of International Tribunals And Efforts Prior To Nuremberg,"
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