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In the summer of 2017, the UN International Law Commission adopted Draft Article 7 and an associated draft annex for its project on immunity of state officials from foreign criminal jurisdiction. The draft article identifies six "crimes under international law in respect of which immunity ratione materiae shall not apply": genocide; crimes against humanity; war crimes; crime of apartheid; torture; and enforced disappearance. Given the divergences within the Commission when considering anddoi:10.1017/aju.2018.8 fatcat:xhk4feadgfeennb5lk5ucm3gse