The study of international criminal law has received a new impetus with the establishment of the International Law Commission of the United Nations (1947). Students of international and of comparative law have noted with interest that one of the tasks of this Commission will be the formulation of principles of international law recognized in the Charter of the International Military Tribunal which was adopted by the International Conference on Military Trials, held in London in the summer of 1945.
Ivrakis, Solon Cleanthes
"Soviet Concepts of International Law and Criminal Procedure at the International Conference on Military Trials, London, 1945,"
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