JICJJournal of International Criminal Justice
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(22) Vease la critica de O'Keefe, que se esfuerza por aclarar que <<All the term <<universal jurisdiction>> means is prescriptive jurisdiction in the absence of any other internationally accepted jurisdictional nexus>> (O'KEEFE, R.: <<The Grave breaches regime and universal jurisdiction>>, JICJ, vol.
A plea for a sensible notion of universal jurisdiction>>, JICJ, vol.
(46) TOMUSCHAT, C.: <<Issues of Universal Jursidicrion in the Sdlingo Case>>, JICJ, vol.
FLETCHER, G.P.: <<Against Universal Jurisdiction>>, JICJ, vol.
1074-1081; PlNZAUTI, G.: <<An instance of reasonable universality>>, JICJ, vol.