In the wake of increasing globalisation, criminal law has become an internationalised subject. This revised and updated second edition highlights the most important aspects of European and international criminal law in order to provide the reader with a comprehensive, concise and solid introduction to this modern field of law. Focus is laid on:- Rules determining the exercise of jurisdiction - 'European Criminal Law' dealing with the question if and how far the EU may create or harmonise criminal law - Evolution of European Criminal Procedure Law - Ne bis in idem-principle - Guarantees under the European Convention of Human Rights - Principles of International Criminal Law - Procedures and substantive law of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Dr Helmut Satzger is Professor of German, European and International Criminal Law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. Praise for the first edition: '... it manages to give a good overview without being unduly long. The book is most definitly worth a read even for those with more specific interests in the topics covered, and it will serve well as a textbook....'Annika Suominen, in: EuCLR 1/2014, p. 88 'This book is both an outstanding and demanding presentation of international criminal law and its current developments and trends caused by globalisation.'Landeskriminalblatt Niedersachsen 01/2013 von Satzger, Helmut
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