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Gerry Simpson and Julian Burnside: Law, War and Crime

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Gerry Simpson and Julian Burnside: Law, War and Crime
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Gerry Simpson and Julian Burnside debate the tensions inherent in war crime trials from Nuremberg to the trial of Saddam Hussein.Those tensions are found between collective guilt and individual responsibility; and the between the instinct that war, at worst is an error, and the conviction that war is a crime - Melbourne Writers Festivalmoreless

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