Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 35, p. 232, 2013
7 Pages Posted: 11 Jul 2013 Last revised: 11 Jun 2014
Date Written: July 10, 2013
This essay examines how the wartime framing Professor Dudziak's book elucidates has impacted the development of international criminal law. It argues that the fiction that time can be divided into "wartime" and "peacetime" has been central to the development of international criminal law. However, the regime's reliance on the war/peace dichotomy has eroded over time.
Keywords: international criminal law, international criminal court, international humanitarian law, national security
JEL Classification: K14, K33
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
deGuzman, Margaret M., 'War Time' in International Criminal Law: A Review of Mary L. Dudziak's War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences (July 10, 2013). Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 35, p. 232, 2013. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2292065