Book Review: Prosecuting the Destruction of Cultural Property in International Criminal Law: With a Case Study on the Khmer Rouge’s Destruction of Cambodia’s Heritage, written by Caroline Ehlert

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Book Review: Prosecuting the Destruction of Cultural Property in International Criminal Law: With a Case Study on the Khmer Rouge’s Destruction of Cambodia’s Heritage, written by Caroline Ehlert

in International Criminal Law Review

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Ehlertsupra note 1 p. 71. This debate is well-known in literature see e.g. Roger O’Keefe ‘The Meaning of “Cultural Property under the 1954 Hague Convention’ 55 Netherlands International Law Review(1999) 26 to which I also commented in Marina Lostal-Becerril ‘The Meaning and Protection of ‘Cultural Objects and Places of Worship’ under the 1977 Additional Protocols’ 59 Netherlands International Law Review (2012) 455; cf. e.g. Jiri Toman The Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict: Commentary on the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and its Protocol signed on 14 May 1954 in The Hague and on other instruments of international law concerning such protection (Aldershot Dartmouth 1996) p. 389.

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Ehlertsupra note 1 p. 89.

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Ehlertsupra note 1 pp. 158–159.

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