Post World War II - The Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials
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This paper examines both the Nuremberg and Tokyo War Crimes Trials following World War II and it?s impact on international law. It begins with a history of the development of international law up until World War II. It then recounts the events that led up to both trials followed by a description of the charter of both trials. Next is a recount of the three top defendants in both trials followed by the general argument put forth by the defense attorneys. After this there is a section on the impact of the trials on international law followed by a argumentative section on why the trials were ?victor?s justice?. The concluding section focuses on the Rwanda and Yugoslavia tribunals and an outlook for the future.
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