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Miriam Nomanni

Miriam Nomanni is a Research Assistant at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena and is currently working on her doctoral thesis “Der Strafvollzug an Verurteilten nach dem Völkerstrafgesetzbuch”. Her fields of research include international criminal law and its tribunals as well as universal jurisdiction and the enforcement of sentences relating to international crimes.

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» "Internationally, Germany is breaking new ground", well, think about it twice. International criminal law is a part of International public law and International public law is what states do.«
Heiko Recktenwald
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» Let's look at the issue from a more "realistic" perspective then. Ignoring the fact that non-appropriation has become customary law as Cristian mentioned, the US could resign from the OST....«
Jasper van den Bosch
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» […] sucht. Ich erkenne in meiner Feststellung, dass Normen ihren eigenen Bruch ermöglichen, anders als Rainer Schmalz-Bruns kein Paradox. Sie ist der Hinweis darauf, dass eine Praxis, die Abweichung ausschließt,...«
Möllers-Buchforum (5): Replik von Christoph Möllers | Völkerrechtsblog
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