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The Armenian Massacres of 1915-1916 a Hundred Years Later


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Ch. 1 - Historical Introduction: World War I and the Dynamic of the Armenian Genocide.- Part I.- Ch. 2 - The Armenian Massacres as the Murder of a Nation?.- Ch. 3 - On the Applicability of the Genocide Convention to the Armenian Massacres.- Ch. 4 - Is Customary Law on the Prohibition to States to Commit Acts of Genocide Applicable to the Armenian Massacres?.- Part II.- Ch. 5 - Metz Yeghern and the Origin of International Norms on the Punishment of Crimes.- Ch. 6 - Armenian Cultural Properties and Cultural Heritage: What Protection under International Law One Hundred Years Later?.- Ch. 7 - What Reparation for the Descendants of the Victims of the "Armenian Genocide"?.- Part III.- Ch. 8 - The Armenian Massacres and the Price of Memory: Impossible to Forget, Forbidden to Remember.- Ch. 9 - Denying the Armenian Genocide in International and European Law.- Ch. 10 - Criminalizing the Denial of 1915-1916 Armenian Massacres and the European Court of Human Rights: Perincek v Switzerland.- Part IV.- Ch. 11 - Is the Denial of the Armenian "Genocide" an Obstacle to Turkey's Accession to the EU?.- Ch. 12 - The European Parliament as the Human Rights Gatekeeper of the Union? .- Ch. 13 - The Union and the Turkish Recognition of the Armenian "Genocide" in the Broader Framework of the EU External Action: A Tale of Possibilities yet to be Explored.

About the Author

Flavia Lattanzi is Full Professor of International Law and served as Ad Litem Judge at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (2003-2007) and at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (2007-2016). She has been a member of the International Fact-Finding Commission created by Protocol I additional to the Geneva Conventions and Member and then President of the commission set up by the Italian Ministry of Justice on the implementation of international rules in the matter of criminal judiciary assistance.

Emanuela Pistoia is currently Associate Professor of European Union Law at Universita di Teramo, Italy. Her main research topics are cooperation in criminal matters, differentiated integration, the EU security and defence policy, competition law, immigration policy, European citizenship.

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