I.I.3 PRINCETON PRINCIPLES ON UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION (WITHOUT COMMENTARY)
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Adopted, 27 January 2001

Source: The Princeton Project on Universal Jurisdiction 28–36 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Program in Law and Public Affairs, S. Macedo ed., May 2001); available also at http://lapa.princeton.edu/hosteddocs/unive_jur.pdf (accessed 5 March 2011)

 

The participants in the Princeton Project on Universal Jurisdiction propose the following principles for the purposes of advancing the continued evolution of international law and the application of international law in national legal systems:

Principle 1. Fundamentals of Universal Jurisd…

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“I.I.3 PRINCETON PRINCIPLES ON UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION (WITHOUT COMMENTARY)”, in: International Law & World Order: Weston's & Carlson's Basic Documents, Weston & Carlson. Consulted online on 21 November 2018 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2211-4394_ilwo_SIM_031506>
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