Consequences of Complicity in International Relations
In this book, distinguished international law scholar Dimitris Liakopoulous explores the legal consequences of complicity in international relations. Consequences of Complicity will examine the profiles inherent to damages due to the injured party. In this regard it will move from the observation that the conduct of an accomplice gives rise to a crime distinct from the main one. The text then evaluates how damages must be divided between the party of the main fact and that of illegal action. Section II will approach the problem of configuring countermeasures against complicit nations, whether in the case of ordinary tort or when the violation concerns imperative norms of general international law.