Erkin Humbat Musayev
Baku State University
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND AR (AZERBAIJAN REPUBLIC) LEGISLATION
GENOCIDE CRIME AND ITS COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS WITH OTHER
Key words: international law, international criminal law, genocide, war crimes, transnational crime
Açar sözlər: beynəlxalq hüquq, beynəlxalq cinayət hüququ, genosid, müharibə hüququ, transmilli cinayət
Ключевые слова: международное право, международное уголовное право, геноцид, военные преступления, транснациональная преступность
International Criminal Law (ICL) – It is the system of norms that determine and regulate the mutual relations of states in the crimes against crime. In this sense, international criminal law is essentially independent of the type of crimes committed. It covers the complex norms that regulate the solution of problems related to extradition and jurisdiction, which regulate the relations between law enforcement and judicial authorities of various states on issues such as mutual aid, cooperation, etc.
According to another approach, when it comes to international criminal law, it is understood the system of norms governing the prevention and elimination of criminal activity that is specific to international social dangerousness, as well as the relations between international issues and other issues of states and individuals. Often this type of criminal activity belongs to genocide, rape, anti-human crimes and war crimes, as well as international crimes prohibited by international conventions - for example, piracy, transnational organized crime, illegal circulation of drugs, terrorism and so on .
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