A HISTORY OF POLITICAL TRIALS
Many people think that the establishment of special courts to prosecute notorious dictators represents a triumph of law over impunity. Laughland takes a very different and controversial view. He shows that trials of heads of state are in fact not new, and that previous trials throughout history have themselves violated the law and due process.
Publisher: Peter Lang
Item #: 5729637
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