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      Transnational Criminal Law and International Criminal Law: Interrelationship or Separation

      International Review of Law
      Qatar University

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          This article attempts to identify the relation of the transnational criminal law to the international criminal law that is one of the branches of public international law that has been formed after the Second World War, if not before. The main purpose of this article is to examine whether transnational criminal law is one of the branches of international criminal law, or is it independent and therefore can be described as an independent and new branch of the public international law. The researcher in this article tends to the second trend because of the differences between the transnational criminal law and international criminal law, based on the legal concept, subject of law, sources of law, criminal liability and jurisdiction.

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          International Review of Law
          IRL
          Qatar University
          2223859X
          2223859X
          2020
          2020
          December 01 2020
          December 01 2020
          : 9
          : 1
          : 163-182
          Article
          10.29117/irl.2020.0094
          5297d439-83d6-422b-b2ea-7d225d89824c
          © 2020

          https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/

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