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INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL LAW
International criminal law is a
relatively new body of law.
International criminal law is a subset of public
international law. While international law typically
concerns inter-state relations, international
criminal law concerns individuals. In particular,
international criminal law places responsibility on
individual persons—not states or
organisations—and proscribes and punishes acts
that are defined as crimes by international law.
international criminal law, body of laws, norms, and rules
governing international crimes and their repression, as well as
rules addressing conflict and cooperation between national
criminal-law systems.
international law-conflict of laws.
Criminal law prohibits and punishes behaviour judged to be
antisocial. Because each country’s laws are a reflection of its
values, there are often large differences between the national
laws of different countries, both with respect to the nature of the
crimes themselves and the penalties considered appropriate. The
term international criminal law refers variously to at least three
distinct areas: 1. cooperation between different national legal
systems through extradition and other forms of mutual legal
assistance; 2. the prohibition and punishment of certain
behaviour by several countries acting collectively or by the
international community as a whole; 3. the operation of
autonomous international legal systems, including courts and
other mechanisms of enforcement, that exist alongside national
criminal law.
International crimes
1.Money laundaring
2.Drug trafficking
3.Willfull damage
4.Hostage taking
5.Counterfeiting
6.Genocide
7.Hijacking
8.Sabotage
9.Terrorism
Money laundaring
The elements of the crime of
money laundering are set forth in
the United Nations Convention
Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic
Drugs and Convention against
Transnational Organized Crime. It
is knowingly engaging in a financial
transaction with the proceeds of a
crime for the purpose of concealing
or disguising the illicit origin of the
property.
DRUG
TRAFFICKING
Addictive drugs were first
prohibited in the late 19th and
early 20th centuries. An Illegal
Drug Trade emerged during
the 19th century; China
retaliated with imports of
opium, and two Opium Wars
broke out. In the First Opium
Wars, the Chinese authorities
had banned opium, but the
United Kingdom forced China
to allow British merchants to
trade opium with the general
population. Smoking opium
had become common in the
19th century, and British
merchants increased their
trade with the Chinese.
Published on Feb 11, 2013 Despite
Mexico's Fifty thousand people have been
killed in the past five years due to drug and
organized crime-related violence.
Manila bus hostage-taking
ends with 9 dead
Monday, August 23, 2010
Genocide
Hijacking
 Hijacking is a type of
network security attack in
which the attacker takes
control of a communication
- just as an airplane hijacker
takes control of a flight -
between two entities and
masquerades as one of
them. In one type of
hijacking the perpetrator
takes control of an
established connection
while it is in progress.
Counterfeiting
 The Facts:
 Counterfeiting costs U.S. businesses
$200 billion to $250 billion annually.
 Counterfeit merchandise is directly
responsible for the loss of more than
750,000 American jobs.
 Since 1982, the global trade in
illegitimate goods has increased from
$5.5 billion to approximately $600
billion annually.
 Approximately 5%-7% of the world
trade is in counterfeit goods.
 U.S. companies suffer $9 billion in
trade losses due to international
copyright piracy.
 Counterfeiting poses a threat to global
health and safety.
counterfeiters are hardened
criminals, exploiting consumers,
businesses both large and small,
inventors and artists and children
laboring in sweatshops in Third
World countries.
New words:
1.Prohibits
2.Appropriate
3.Reprassion
4.Conflict
5.Concern
6.Proscribes
7.Illict
8.Relatively
9.Approximately
10.Suffer
11.Masquerades
12.perpetrator
-хориглох, цаазлах
-Хувьдаа завших, зүйтэй
- хэлмэгдүүлэл, хавчлага
-Зөрчил
-Харилцаа, ач холбогдол
-Хөөх, цөлөх, хориглох
-Хориотой, хууль бус
-Тод, тодорхой
-Ойролцоогоор
-Зовох
-Нуун далдлах, дүр үзүүлэх
-Гэмт хэрэгтэн, буруутан
International criminal law

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International criminal law

  • 2. International criminal law is a relatively new body of law. International criminal law is a subset of public international law. While international law typically concerns inter-state relations, international criminal law concerns individuals. In particular, international criminal law places responsibility on individual persons—not states or organisations—and proscribes and punishes acts that are defined as crimes by international law.
  • 3. international criminal law, body of laws, norms, and rules governing international crimes and their repression, as well as rules addressing conflict and cooperation between national criminal-law systems. international law-conflict of laws. Criminal law prohibits and punishes behaviour judged to be antisocial. Because each country’s laws are a reflection of its values, there are often large differences between the national laws of different countries, both with respect to the nature of the crimes themselves and the penalties considered appropriate. The term international criminal law refers variously to at least three distinct areas: 1. cooperation between different national legal systems through extradition and other forms of mutual legal assistance; 2. the prohibition and punishment of certain behaviour by several countries acting collectively or by the international community as a whole; 3. the operation of autonomous international legal systems, including courts and other mechanisms of enforcement, that exist alongside national criminal law.
  • 4. International crimes 1.Money laundaring 2.Drug trafficking 3.Willfull damage 4.Hostage taking 5.Counterfeiting 6.Genocide 7.Hijacking 8.Sabotage 9.Terrorism
  • 5. Money laundaring The elements of the crime of money laundering are set forth in the United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. It is knowingly engaging in a financial transaction with the proceeds of a crime for the purpose of concealing or disguising the illicit origin of the property.
  • 6. DRUG TRAFFICKING Addictive drugs were first prohibited in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. An Illegal Drug Trade emerged during the 19th century; China retaliated with imports of opium, and two Opium Wars broke out. In the First Opium Wars, the Chinese authorities had banned opium, but the United Kingdom forced China to allow British merchants to trade opium with the general population. Smoking opium had become common in the 19th century, and British merchants increased their trade with the Chinese.
  • 7. Published on Feb 11, 2013 Despite Mexico's Fifty thousand people have been killed in the past five years due to drug and organized crime-related violence.
  • 8. Manila bus hostage-taking ends with 9 dead Monday, August 23, 2010
  • 10. Hijacking  Hijacking is a type of network security attack in which the attacker takes control of a communication - just as an airplane hijacker takes control of a flight - between two entities and masquerades as one of them. In one type of hijacking the perpetrator takes control of an established connection while it is in progress.
  • 11. Counterfeiting  The Facts:  Counterfeiting costs U.S. businesses $200 billion to $250 billion annually.  Counterfeit merchandise is directly responsible for the loss of more than 750,000 American jobs.  Since 1982, the global trade in illegitimate goods has increased from $5.5 billion to approximately $600 billion annually.  Approximately 5%-7% of the world trade is in counterfeit goods.  U.S. companies suffer $9 billion in trade losses due to international copyright piracy.  Counterfeiting poses a threat to global health and safety. counterfeiters are hardened criminals, exploiting consumers, businesses both large and small, inventors and artists and children laboring in sweatshops in Third World countries.
  • 12. New words: 1.Prohibits 2.Appropriate 3.Reprassion 4.Conflict 5.Concern 6.Proscribes 7.Illict 8.Relatively 9.Approximately 10.Suffer 11.Masquerades 12.perpetrator -хориглох, цаазлах -Хувьдаа завших, зүйтэй - хэлмэгдүүлэл, хавчлага -Зөрчил -Харилцаа, ач холбогдол -Хөөх, цөлөх, хориглох -Хориотой, хууль бус -Тод, тодорхой -Ойролцоогоор -Зовох -Нуун далдлах, дүр үзүүлэх -Гэмт хэрэгтэн, буруутан