Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide: A Commentary

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The 1948 UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide ("Genocide Convention") has a special standing in international law and international politics. For 60 years, the crime of genocide has been recognized as the most horrendous crime in international law, famously designated the 'crime of crimes.' On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of its adoption, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights stated that "genocide is the ultimate form of discrimination." In the same context, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court described the Genocide Convention as a 'visionary and founding text for the Court.' The Convention has, as such, influenced the subsequent development of many different areas of international law. For example, the 1951 Advisory Opinion on the Genocide Convention enabled the International Court of Justice to shape the modern regime of reservations to treaties. More recently, the prohibition against genocide has become a crucial pi

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