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About this Item: The Yale Journal of International Law, Inc., New Haven, Conn., 1998. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Vol 23, No 2, Summer 1998. "This article will focus particularly on the concept of an impunity-punishment axis to examine the historical and legal developments in which both the Armenians and Jews became prime targets for genocidal victimization-a type of victimization that helped usher in a new legal ethos of retributive justice. The core element of the ethos was the common criminological premise that the main, if not the only, way to prevent a future crime was to punish the present crime and thereby deter potential perpetrators." This book has 55 pages. Overall, a VERY GOOD copy of this SCARCE title. Seller Inventory # 016086

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