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Universal jurisdiction, Australia & offshore detention | case studies: Baltasar Garzon

Universal jurisdiction is a legal concept that has seen many politicians around the world arrested, charged, prosecuted and imprisoned for a range of crimes, including crimes against humanity, via – but not exclusively – the ICC (International Criminal Court). One … Continue reading

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