Looting and Rape in Wartime

Looting and Rape in Wartime examines the causes of the hundred-year gap between the prohibition against wartime looting and that against rape, theorizing the conditions necessary for the emergence of a global prohibition regime in which a particular practice is not tolerated.

Looting and Rape in Wartime
Law and Change in International Relations

Tuba Inal

2013 | 280 pages | Cloth $75.00
Law | Political Science
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Prohibition Regimes
Chapter 2. The Prohibition of Pillage in War
Chapter 3. The (Non) Prohibition of Rape in War: The Hague Conventions
Chapter 4. The Prohibition of Rape in War: First Steps: The Geneva Conventions and the Additional Protocols
Chapter 5. The Prohibition of Rape in War: The Success: The Rome Statute
Chapter 6. Conclusions

Appendices
A: Treaties
B: Indicators of Legalization

Notes
Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgments