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    International criminal law

    Pulvirenti, Rossella ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5859-7215 (2021) International criminal law. In: Diálogo en el Derecho Internacional Público (Dialogue in Public International Law). International right . Tirant lo Blanch, pp. 57-88. ISBN 9788413973746

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    International Criminal Law (ICL) ensures that the individual perpetrators of certain heinous crimes are liable for their acts. ICL was born as a branch of both Public International Law (PIL), which regulates the rights and the responsibilities of States, and Criminal Law but it is also heavily influenced other branches of law. For instance, due to its original focus on violations of customs of war, it draws on International Humanitarian Law (IHL), which protects the civilian population form the atrocities of armed conflicts and regulates the means and methods of warfare, and on International Human Rights Law (IHRL), the set of rules which grants fundamental rights to individuals.

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