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CollectionsTerrorismo (41), Bolivia (6), Chile (35), Your library (5,064), Currently reading (1), All collections (5,104)

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TagsArgentina (749), España (507), derecho penal (468), política (397), criminología (393), historia (355), literatura (276), América Latina (247), Chile (199), novela (198) — see all tags


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About meMatías Bailone (Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina, 1980) PhD, Criminal Law (University of San Carlos de Guatemala), Specialist in International Criminal Law and Islamic Law from the University of Palermo (Italy), Specialist in Human Rights and Democratization Processes from the University of Chile and the International Center for Transitional Justice. Specialist in Criminal Law at the University of Buenos Aires.
Criminal Law and Criminology post-doctoral researcher at University of Buenos Aires. Criminology Professor at University of Buenos Aires and University of San Martín. International Criminal Law Professor of University of La Matanza. Former criminal law professor and permanent PhD researcher at International and European Criminal Law Institute at University of Castilla - La Mancha (Spain).
Representative of Argentina and General Secretary of the Standing Committee of the United Nations Crime Prevention in Latin America (COPLAD - ILANUD, San Jose of Costa Rica). Professor of several universities abroad (Spain, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras and Bolivia). Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of criminal law and criminology at the La Ley - Thomson Reuters Publisher.
He was a consultant for several criminal reforms in Latin America and a senior advisor to the Ministries of Justice of Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru. He is currently Law clerk of the Supreme Court of Justice of Argentine. For five years he was director of the Research Institute of the Argentina Supreme Court.
Author of numerous articles and doctrines on criminal law and criminology in specialized journals and collective works. He has published several books in Spain, Argentina, Peru and Chile.
Research areas: Counterterrorism and Human Rights. International Criminal Law. Genocide. State Crimes. Authorship and participation. Criminology. History of Criminal Sciences.
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About my libraryThis is a personal library of diverse interests. In the first place the books that I need to develop my teaching duties in the university, in the faculty of law. I teach criminology and international criminal law.
But my reading tastes are also very broad: politics, literature, Don Quixote, baroque music, new technologies, sociology of communication, among other interests.
To find out about my interests you can visit my blog: or my Twitter account:

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Currently readingEl huracán rojo. De Francia a Rusia 1789/1917. by Alejandro Horowicz

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