Editor’s page

Norman Geras reviews Larry May’s Crimes Against Humanity: A Normative Account. He identifies a tension within Larry May’s conception of crimes against humanity, arguing that one of the two central principles at the heart of it undermines the other. He places this in the wider context of the development of international humanitarian law, with its ambiguous and problematic relation to the protection of individual human rights when these are under attack by sovereign states.

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