What jurisdictional principles are given by International Law? – International Management, 8e, Luthans & Doh
What jurisdictional principles are given by International Law? – International Management, 8e, Luthans & Doh, Pg. 42
The jurisdictional principles of international law are given below-
- Universal jurisdiction, it means tis allows states to investigate and prosecute a national of any state found within their border, who has comitted any crime. This principle is premised upon the fact that crimes under international law such as war crimes, aeroplane hijacking etc are serious and reprehencible that any state may prosecute the offender. By excercising this the prosecuting state represent the interest of international community.
- Another form of jurisdiction is perspective or lagislative jurisdiction. Such jurisdiction refers to the power of state to make its jurisdiction applicable to the nationals.