|Title||L’obbligo di prevenzione del genocidio e la distinzione fra obblighi di condotta e obblighi di risultato|
This article analyses the duty to prevent genocide embodied in the 1948 UN Genocide Convention as described by the International Court of Justice in the Bosnia v. Serbia case. In particular, the paper addresses an issue that has received scant attention in legal literature: the consequences of considering the duty to prevent genocide an obligation of conduct regulated by due diligence, as affirmed by the International Court of Justice, in relation to the commission of a wrongful act.
|Keywords||due diligence; genocide; obligations of conduct; obligations of prevention; obligations of result; State responsibility|
|Journal||Diritti umani e diritto internazionale|
|Journal citation||2/2019, pp. 237-256|
|Publisher||Società Editrice il Mulino|
|Accepted author manuscript|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.12829/94292|