The chapter examines the meaning of the term «private ends» in the international legal definition of the crime of piracy, an exercise that involves consideration of the public-private distinction in international law on which the definition rests. The account highlights insights from Alberico Gentili regarding both this public-private distinction and the relationship to it of the definition of the crime of piracy.

Commission for 'private ends': Gentili, piracy, and the public-private distinction in international law

O'Keefe, Roger
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2022-01-01

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The chapter examines the meaning of the term «private ends» in the international legal definition of the crime of piracy, an exercise that involves consideration of the public-private distinction in international law on which the definition rests. The account highlights insights from Alberico Gentili regarding both this public-private distinction and the relationship to it of the definition of the crime of piracy.
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Lacchè, Luigi; Lavenia, Vincenzo
Alberico Gentili e il diritto del mare. Spazi, potere sovrano e diritto internazionale tra gli Hispanicae advocationis libri duo e l'età contemporanea
O'Keefe, Roger
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