In certain cases a state has jurisdiction to criminalise conduct by an alien outside its territory, regardless of the nationality of the victim or of any impact which the conduct may have on a security interest of the state. The implication is that any state may exercise prescriptive jurisdiction over the conduct. At customary international law, piracy is such an offence1. Crimes committed outside the jurisdiction of any state
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