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Following highly divergent approaches taken by judges in the Peris› ic¤ , Taylor and S › ainovic¤ judgments, the dispute over the application of the standard of 'specific direction' as an element of actus reus of aiding and abetting liability appears to have been settled within the subsequent jurisprudence of the ad hoc international criminal tribunals. Yet the various legal issues raised by the judgments continue to vex: viewing this particular line of cases as mere instances ofdoi:10.1093/jicj/mqw060 fatcat:4nad6bmbu5eutoipjtq7oyxnfa