In order to prosecute under the law of England and Wales conduct amounting to an international crime, whether customary or treaty-based, reliance must be placed today1 either on a statutory offence enacted to give domestic effect to the international crime or on a more general statutory or common-law offence the terms of which encompass the international crime's definitional elements2. The same is the case, mutatis mutandis, for any
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