Session 506: CC23 -> State and International Crimes
Time: 8:30AM to 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 20
Place: Conv Ctr 211/212
Session Chair: Dawn L. Rothe, Western Michigan University
Rape During War: It's Historical and Legal Evolution as a Crime Against Humanity
by: Christopher W. Mullins, University of Northern Iowa (Corresponding)
Do Peace Activists See War as Criminal? Implications for Critical Criminology
by: David Kauzlarich, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (Corresponding)
Towards a Theory of State Crime
by: Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore (Corresponding)
Crime on the High Seas: The Senegalese Ferry Sinking and State Crime Victimization
by: Stephen L. Muzzatti, Ryerson University (Corresponding)
Dawn L. Rothe, Western Michigan University
Should the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court Include Drug Trafficking?
by: George Yacoubian, Jr., Pacific Inst. for Research & Evaluation (Corresponding)

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