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Denying Reparation for Slave and Forced Laborers in World War II and the Ensuing Humanitarian Rights Implications: a Case Study of the ICJ’S Recent Decision in Jurisdictional immunities of the State (Ger. v. It.: Greece Intervening)

By Morgan L Klinzing
Topics: Jurisdictional immunity, Sovereign immunity, FSIA, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, War crimes, World War II, WW II, Human rights violations, Germany v. Italy: Greece Intervening, Forced labor, Concentration camp, Germany’s crimes against humanity, Reparation, s Hurdles for forced labor claims in the U.S., Compensation for forced labor, Ferrini case, Italian cases about Germany’s sovereign immunity in forced labor cases, Germany’s jurisdictional immunity in Greece, Financial liability for the human rights violations, Tort to war damages, German Reich’s violations of international humanitarian law in Greece, Violations of international humanitarian law, German Reich, Germany’s sovereign immunity, Gross human rights violations during World War II, Comparative and Foreign Law, International Law, Law, Military, War, and Peace, Torts
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2014
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