International Law and Cambodian Genocide: The Sounds of Silence

CAMBODIA, Sorpong Peou, Ashgate, 2001

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW, Carolina Academic Press, 2000

Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 11, p. 82, 1989

29 Pages Posted: 8 Oct 2011  

Hurst Hannum

Tufts University - Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Date Written: 1989

Abstract

This article examines the feasibility of bringing an application to the International Court of Justice, under the terms of Article IX of the Genocide Convention or Article 36 of the Statute of the Court. It concludes that such an application would be legally feasible and political desirable and that the failure of any state thus far to institute proceedings before the Court is an indefensible abdication of international responsibility.

Suggested Citation

Hannum, Hurst, International Law and Cambodian Genocide: The Sounds of Silence (1989). CAMBODIA, Sorpong Peou, Ashgate, 2001; Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 11, p. 82, 1989. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1940589

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