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    International Criminal Law Review

    International Criminal Law Review

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    International Criminal Law Review, 2001, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    K.D. Askin

    Comfort women- Shifting shame and stigma from victims to victimizers

     No.1-2

     pp. 5-32

    S. Beresford

    Unshackling the paper tiger- the sentencing practices of the ad hoc international criminal tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda

     No.1-2

     pp. 33-90

    A. Pellet

    Pour la Cour Penale Internationale, quand meme!- Quelques remarques sur sa competence et sa saisine

     No.1-2

     pp. 91-110

    M. Scaliotti

    Defences before the international criminal court: Substantive grounds for excluding criminal responsibility- Part 1

     No.1-2

     pp. 111-172

    D.A. Mundis

    The Legal Character and Status of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the ad hoc International Criminal Tribunals

     No.3-4

     pp. 191-239

    B.B. Jia

    Case Note

     No.3-4

     pp. 241-259

    N.H.B. Jorgensen

    The definition of genocide: Joining the dots in the light of recent practice

     No.3-4

     pp. 285-313

    Voort K. van der, M. Zwanenburg

    From `Raison d'Etat' to `etat de droit international'- Amnesties and the French implementation of the Rome Statute

     No.3-4

     pp. 315-342

    J. Meernik, K.L. King

    The effectiveness of international law and the ICTY- preliminary results of an empirical study

     No.3-4

     pp. 343-372

    International Criminal Law Review, 2002, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    M. Scaliotti

    Defences before the International Criminal Court: Substantive grounds for excluding criminal responsibility- Part 2

     No.1

     pp. 1-46

    M. Findlay

    The International and Comparative Criminal Trial Project

     No.1

     pp. 47-78

    D.M. Amann

    Group Mentality, Expressivism, and Genocide

     No.2

     pp. 93-143

    R.J. Wilson

    Assigned defense counsel in domestic and international war crimes tribunals: The need for a structural approach

     No.2

     pp. 145-193

    P. Wilkitzki

    The German law on co- operation with the ICC

     No.2

     pp. 195-212

    E. Mylonaki

    The manipulation of organised crime by terrorists: Legal and factual perspectives

     No.3

     pp. 213-235

    M. Findlay

    Internationalised criminal trial and access to justice

     No.3

     pp. 237-259

    H. Satzger

    German Criminal Law and the Rome Statute- A Critical Analysis of the New German Code of Crimes against International Law

     No.3

     pp. 261-282

    R. Boed

    Current Developments in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

     No.3

     pp. 283-295

    R.L. Griffiths

    International Law, the Crime of Aggression and the Ius Ad Bellum

     No.4

     pp. 301-373

    A. Obote-Odora

    Complicity in genocide as understood through the ICTR experience

     No.4

     pp. 375-408

    International Criminal Law Review, 2003, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Kai Ambos

    International criminal procedure: "adversarial", "inquisitorial" or mixed?

     No.1

     pp. 1-37

    Hector Olasolo

    The prosecutor of the ICC before the initiation of investigations: A quasi- judicial or a political body?

     No.2

     pp. 87-150

    Stefano Betti

    New prospects for inter- state co- operation in criminal matters: The Palermo Convention

     No.2

     pp. 151-167

    Roman Boed

    Current Developments in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

     No.2

     pp. 169-181

    R. Theofanis

    The doctrine of Res Judicata in International Criminal Law

     No.3

     pp. 195-216

    G. Conway

    Ne Bis in Idem in International Law

     No.3

     pp. 217-244

    J.G. Stewart

    Judicial Notice in International Criminal Law: A Reconciliation of Potential, Peril and Precedent

     No.3

     pp. 245-274

    Aly Mokhtar

    The fine art of arm- twisting: The US, Resolution 1422 and Security Council deferral power under the Rome Statute

     No.4

     pp. 295-344

    Sam Garkawe

    Victims and the International Criminal Court: Three major issues

     No.4

     pp. 345-367

    Louise Symons

    The inherent powers of the ICTY and ICTR

     No.4

     pp. 369-404

    Roman Boed

    Current developments in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Judgment of a Trial Chamber in the case of The Prosecutor v. Laurent Semanza

     No.4

     pp. 405-413

    International Criminal Law Review, 2004, Vol.4

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    Title

    number

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    H. Abtahi

    From the destruction of the Twin Buddhas to the destruction of the Twin Towers: Crimes against civilisation under the ICC Statute

     No.1

     pp. 1-63

    J. Meernik

    Proving and punishing genocide at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

     No.1

     pp. 65-81

    S. Janssen

    Mental condition defences in supranational criminal law

     No.1

     pp. 83-98

    Langston E.

    The superior responsibility doctrine in international law: Historical continuities, innovation and criminality: Can East Timor's Special Panels bring militia leaders to justice?

     No.2

     pp. 141-183

    R. Henham

    Procedural justice and human rights in international sentencing

     No.2

     pp. 185-210

    G-J.A. Knoops

    International criminal law liability for interrogation methods by military personnel under customary international law and the ICC Statute

     No.2

     pp. 211-229

    Fairlie Megan

    The Marriage of Common and Continental Law at the ICTY and its Progeny, Due Process Deficit

     No.3

     pp. 243-319

    Dana Shahram

    Revisiting the Blaskic Sentence: Some Reflections on the Sentencing Jurisprudence of the ICTY

     No.3

     pp. 321-348

    Anne-Laure Chaumette

    The ICTY's Power to Subpoena Individuals, to Issue Binding Orders to International Organisations and to Subpoena Their Agents

     No.4

     pp. 357-429

    Olaoluwa Abiola Olusanya

    Do crimes against humanity deserve a higher sentence than war crimes?

     No.4

     pp. 431-473

    Hector Olasolo, Ana Perez Cepeda

    The Notion of Control of the Crime and its Application by the ICTY in the Stakic Case

     No.4

     pp. 475-526

    Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops

    International and Internationalized Criminal courts: the new face of international peace and security?

     No.4

     pp. 527-547

    International Criminal Law Review, 2005, Vol.5

    Author

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    number

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    Caroline Buisman, Ben Gumpert, Martine Hallers

    Trial and Error- How Effective is Legal Representation in International Criminal Proceedings?

     No.1

     pp. 1-82

    Mohamed M. El Zeidy

    The Ugandan Government Triggers the First Test of the Complementarity Principle: An Assessment of the First State's Party Referral to the ICC

     No.1

     pp. 83-120

    Hector Olasolo

    The Triggering Procedure of the International Criminal Court, Procedural Treatment of the Principle of Complementarity, and the Role of Office of the Prosecutor

     No.1

     pp. 121-146

    Gregory Townsend

    Current Developments in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

     No.1

     pp. 147-160

    Verena Haan

    The Development of the Concept of Joint Criminal Enterprise at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

     No.2

     pp. 167-202

    Mohamed Elewabadar

    Mens rea- Mistake of Law & Mistake of Fact in German Criminal Law: A Survey for International Criminal Tribunals

     No.2

     pp. 203-246

    Mohamed M. El Zeidy

    Egypt and Current Efforts to Criminalize International Crimes

     No.2

     pp. 247-266

    Helmut Gropengieber, Jorg Meibner

    Amnesties and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

     No.2

     pp. 267-300

    Helmut Kreicker

    National Prosecution of Genocide from a Comparative Perspective

     No.3

     pp. 313-328

    Helmut Gropengieber

    The Criminal Law of Genocide. The German Perspective

     No.3

     pp. 329-342

    Tatjana Markelj

    The Criminal Law of Genocide. The Slovenian Perspective

     No.3

     pp. 343-350

    Michela Miraglia

    Genocide: The Italian Perspective

     No.3

     pp. 351-362

    Peter Quayle

    Unimaginable Evil: The Legislative Limitations of the Genocide Convention

     No.3

     pp. 363-372

    Klearchos Kyriakides, Stuart Weinstein

    Nuremberg in Retrospect

     No.3

     pp. 373-386

    Freda Kabatsi

    Defining or Diverting Genocide: Changing the Comportment of Genocide

     No.3

     pp. 387-400

    Jan Wouters, Sten Verhoeven

    The Prohibition of Genocide as a Norm of Ius Cogens and Its Implications for the Enforcement of the Law of Genocide

     No.3

     pp. 401-416

    Cynthia Sinatra

    The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the Application of Genocide

     No.3

     pp. 417-430

    Paul Kim

    The Law of Genocide in the Jurisprudence of ICTY and ICTR in 2004

     No.3

     pp. 431-446

    Sarah Williams

    Genocide: The Cambodian Experience

     No.3

     pp. 447-462

    Jean Migabo Kalere

    Genocide in the African Great Lakes States. Challenges for the International Criminal Court in the Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo

     No.3

     pp. 463-484

    Cerwyn Moore

    Post- Modern War, Genocide and Chechnya: The Case of Female Suicide Attacks as a Problem for International Law and International Relations theory

     No.3

     pp. 485-500

    Stefania Negri

    The Principle of "Equality of Arms" and the Evolving Law of International Criminal Procedure

     No.4

     pp. 513-571

    Neelanjan Maitra

    A Perpetual Possibility? The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda's Recognition of the Genocide of 1994

     No.4

     pp. 573-599

    Ralph Henham

    Plea Bargaining and the Legitimacy of International Trial Justice: Some Observations on the Dragan Nikolic Sentencing Judgement of the ICTY

     No.4

     pp. 601-607

    Michael G. Karnavas

    Prosecutor v. Vidoje Blagojevic, Dragan Jokic, Case No. IT- 02 60- T, Trial Judgement, 17 January 2005.

     No.4

     pp. 609-621

    Andrea Reggio

    Aiding and Abetting In International Criminal Law: The Responsibility of Corporate Agents And Businessmen For "Trading With The Enemy" of Mankind

     No.4

     pp. 623-696

    International Criminal Law Review, 2006, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Michael Duttwiler

    Liability for Omission in International Criminal Law

     No.1

     pp. 1-61

    Attila Bogdan

    Individual Criminal Responsibility in the Execution of a "Joint Criminal Enterprise" in the Jurisprudence of the ad hoc International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

     No.1

     pp. 63-120

    Ilias Bantekas

    Reflections on Some Sources and Methods of International Criminal and Humanitarian Law

     No.1

     pp. 121-136

    Sarah Williams, Hannah Woolaver

    The Role of the Amicus curiae before International Criminal Tribunals

     No.2

     pp. 151-189

    Mirko Bagaric, John Morss

    International Sentencing Law: In Search of a Justification and Coherent Framework

     No.2

     pp. 191-255

    Leanne McKay

    Characterising the System of the International Criminal Court: An Exploration of the Role of the Court Through the Elements of Crimes and the Crime of Genocide

     No.2

     pp. 257-274

    Stefan Kirsch

    The Trial Proceedings before the ICC

     No.2

     pp. 275-292

    Mohamed Elewa Badar

    "Just Convict Everyone!"- Joint Perpetration: From Tadic to Stakic and Back Again

     No.2

     pp. 293-302

    Mohamed Elewa Badar

    Drawing the Boundaries of Mens Rea in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

     No.3

     pp. 313-348

    Ademola Abass

    The International Criminal Court and Universal Jurisdiction

     No.3

     pp. 349-385

    Phoebe Knowles

    The Power to Prosecute: the Special Court for Sierra Leone from a Defence Perspective

     No.3

     pp. 387-417

    Adel Maged

    Withdrawal of Referrals- A Serious Challenge to the Function of the ICC

     No.3

     pp. 419-446

    Claus Kreb

    The Crime of Genocide under International Law

     No.4

     pp. 461-502

    Pouyan Afshar Mazandaran

    An International Legal Response to an International Problem: Prosecuting International Terrorists

     No.4

     pp. 503-548

    Frank Meyer

    Complementing Complementarity

     No.4

     pp. 549-583

    Motoo Noguchi

    Criminal Justice in Asia and Japan and the International Criminal Court

     No.4

     pp. 585-604

    Goran Sluiter

    The Law of International Criminal Procedure and Domestic War Crimes Trials

     No.4

     pp. 605-635

    International Criminal Law Review, 2007, Vol.7

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    Title

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    Juan Carlos Ochoa S.

    The Settlement of Disputes Concerning States Arising From the Application of the Statute of the International Criminal Court: Balancing Sovereignty and the Need for an Effective and Independent ICC

     No.1

     pp. 1-43

    Alexandra V. Orlova

    A Hope for the Future? Prosecuting Crimes Against Humanity in Russia's Courts

     No.1

     pp. 45-76

    Sebastien Jodoin

    Terrorism as a War Crime

     No.1

     pp. 77-115

    James Meernik

    The Evolving Application of International Law: Insights from the Appeals Chamber of the Ad Hoc International Tribunals

     No.1

     pp. 117-132

    William A. Schabas

    House of Lords Prohibits Use of Torture Evidence, but Fails to Condemn Its Use by the Police

     No.1

     pp. 133-142

    Hector Olasolo

    Reflections on the Treatment of the Notions of Control of the Crime and Joint Criminal Enterprise in the Stakic Appeal Judgement

     No.1

     pp. 143-162

    Mohamed Elewa Badar, Nora Karsten

    Current Developments at the International riminal Tribunals

     No.1

     pp. 163-186

    Kaiyan Homi Kaikobad

    Crimes against International Peace and Security, Acts of Terrorism and Other Serious Crimes: A Theory on Distinction and Overlap

     No.2-3

     pp. 187-276

    Carrie McDougall

    When Law and Reality Clash- The Imperative of Compromise in the Context of the Accumulated Evil of the Whole: Conditions for the Exercise of the International Criminal Court's Jurisdiction over the Crime of Aggression

     No.2-3

     pp. 277-333

    Kai Ambos, Dennis Miller

    Structure and Function of the Confirmation Procedure before the ICC from a Comparative Perspective

     No.2-3

     pp. 335-360

    Manisuli Ssenyonjo

    The International Criminal Court and the Lord's Resistance Army Leaders: Prosecution or Amnesty?

     No.2-3

     pp. 361-389

    Mohammed Ayat

    Justice penale internationale pour la paix et la reconciliation

     No.2-3

     pp. 391-424

    Michael Plachta

    Criminal Records in an Era of Globalization: Identifying Problems and Conceptualizing Solutions within the European Union

     No.2-3

     pp. 425-447

    Ralph Henham

    International Sentencing in the Context of Collective Violence

     No.2-3

     pp. 449-468

    Gauthier de Beco

    The Confirmation of Charges before the International Criminal Court: Evaluation and First Application

     No.2-3

     pp. 469-481

    Roberta Arnold

    Witness Protection under Swiss Legislation: An Offspring of International Law

     No.2-3

     pp. 483-503

    Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops

    The Transposition of Superior Responsibility onto Guerrilla Warfare under the Laws of the International Criminal Tribunals

     No.2-3

     pp. 505-529

    Gioia Greco

    Victims' Rights Overview under the ICC Legal Framework: A Jurisprudential Analysis

     No.2-3

     pp. 531-547

    Salif Nimaga

    An International Conscience Collective? A Durkheimian Analysis of International Criminal Law

     No.4

     pp. 561-619

    Antonis Antoniadis, Olympia Bekou

    The European Union and the International Criminal Court: An Awkward Symbiosis in Interesting Times

     No.4

     pp. 621-655

    Noelle Quenivet

    The Dissonance between the United Nations Zero- Tolerance Policy and the Criminalisation of Sexual Offences on the International Level

     No.4

     pp. 657-676

    Hitomi Takemura

    Big Fish and Small Fish Debate- An Examination of the Prosecutorial Discretion

     No.4

     pp. 677-685

    International Criminal Law Review, 2008, Vol.8

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    Attila Bogdan

    The United States and the International Criminal Court: Avoiding Jurisdiction Through Bilateral Agreements in Reliance on Article 98

     No.1-2

     pp. 1-54

    Alison Cole

    Prosecutor v.Gacumbitsi: The New Definition for Prosecuting Rape Under International Law

     No.1-2

     pp. 55-85

    Jens Dieckmann, Christina Kerll

    UN Ad Hoc Tribunals Under Time Pressure- Completion Strategy and Referral Practice of the ICTY and ICTR from the Perspective of the Defence

     No.1-2

     pp. 87-108

    A.H. Guhr

    Victim Participation During the Pre- Trial Stage at the International Criminal Court

     No.1-2

     pp. 109-140

    Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops

    Military Criminal Responsibilities for Targeting Suspected Terrorists within (International) Armed Conflicts: Towards a Uniform Framework

     No.1-2

     pp. 141-159

    David Krivanek

    Prospects for Ratification and Implementation of the Rome Statute by the Czech Republic

     No.1-2

     pp. 161-184

    Jakob Pichon

    The Principle of Complementarity in the Cases of the Sudanese Nationals Ahmad Harun and Ali Kushayb before the International Criminal Court

     No.1-2

     pp. 185-228

    Harmen van der Wilt

    Equal Standards? On the Dialectics between National Jurisdictions and the International Criminal Court

     No.1-2

     pp. 229-272

    Jan Wouters, Sten Verhoeven, Bruno Demeyere

    The International Criminal Court's Office of the Prosecutor: Navigating between Independence and Accountability?

     No.1-2

     pp. 273-317

    Gauthier de Beco

    War Crimes in International Versus Non- International Armed Confl icts: New Wine in Old Wineskins ?

     No.1-2

     pp. 319-329

    Stephen Eliot Smith

    Inventing the Laws of Gravity: The ICC's Initial Lubanga Decision and its Regressive Consequences

     No.1-2

     pp. 331-351

    Mohamed Elewa Badar, Nora Karsten

    Current Developments at the International Criminal Tribunals

     No.1-2

     pp. 353-379

    Howard Morrison

    International Crimes and Trials

     No.3

     pp. 391-398

    Kathryn Howarth

    The Special Court for Sierra Leone- Fair Trials and Justice for the Accused and Victims

     No.3

     pp. 399-422

    Rupert Skilbeck

    Defending the Khmer Rouge

     No.3

     pp. 423-445

    Daniel Leader

    Business and Human Rights- Time to Hold Companies to Account

     No.3

     pp. 447-462

    Stuart Alford

    Some oughts on the Trial of Saddam Hussein: The Realities of the Complementarity Principle

     No.3

     pp. 463-475

    Adel Maged

    Arab and Islamic Shari'a Perspectives on the Current System of International Criminal Justice

     No.3

     pp. 477-507

    Caroline Fournet

    When the Child Surpasses the Father- Admissible Defences in International Criminal Law

     No.3

     pp. 509-532

    Declan O'Callaghan

    Is the International Criminal Court the Way Ahead?

     No.3

     pp. 533-556

    Peter Burbidge

    Justice and Peace?- The Role of Law in Resolving Colombia's Civil Conflict

     No.3

     pp. 557-587

    Clemens A. Muler

    The Law of Interim Release in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals

     No.3

     pp. 589-626

    Yolanda Gamarra, Alejandra Vicente

    United Nations Member States' Obligations Towards the ICTY: Arresting and Transferring Lukic, Gotovina, and Zelenovic

     No.4

     pp. 627-653

    Vimalen J. Reddi

    The ICC and the Crime of Aggression: A Need to Reconcile the Prerogatives of the SC, the ICC and the ICJ

     No.4

     pp. 655-686

    International Criminal Law Review, 2009, Vol.9

     

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    Anja Matwijkiw

    The No Impunity Policy in International Criminal Law: Justice versus Revenge

     No.1

     pp. 1-37

    Harmen van der Wilt, Sandra Lyngdorf

    Procedural Obligations Under the European Convention on Human Rights: Useful Guidelines for the Assessment of 'Unwillingness' and 'Inability' in the Context of the Complementarity Principle

     No.1

     pp. 39-75

    Nina Tavakoli

    A Crime that Offends the Conscience of Humanity: A Proposal to Reclassify Trafficking in Women as an International Crime

     No.1

     pp. 77-98

    Janine Natalya Clark

    International War Crimes Tribunals and the Challenge of Outreach

     No.1

     pp. 99-116

    Hiromi Sato

    The Defense of Superior Orders in International Law: Some Implications for the Codification of International Criminal Law

     No.1

     pp. 117-137

    Michael Kubiciel

    Core Criminal Law Provisions in the United Nations Convention Against Corruption

     No.1

     pp. 139-155

    Bernhard Kuschnik

    International Criminal Due Process in the Making: New Tendencies in the Law of Non-Disclosure in the Proceedings before the ICC

     No.1

     pp. 157-185

    Cedric Ryngaert

    Territorial Jurisdiction Over Cross- frontier Offences: Revisiting a Classic Problem of International Criminal Law

     No.1

     pp. 187-209

    Larissa van den Herik

    The Difficulties of Exercising Extraterritorial Criminal Jurisdiction: The Acquittal of a Dutch Businessman for Crimes Committed in Liberia

     No.1

     pp. 211-226

    Mohamed Elewa Badar, Nora Karsten

    Current Developments at the International Criminal Tribunals (2008)

     No.1

     pp. 227-251

    James Meernik, Rosa Aloisi

    I Do Declare: Politics, Declarations and the International Criminal Court

     No.2

     pp. 253-273

    Kate Gibson

    An Uneasy Co- existence: The Relationship Between Internationalised Criminal Courts and Their Domestic Counterparts

     No.2

     pp. 275-300

    Lisa Cherkassky

    Genocide: Punishing a Moral Wrong

     No.2

     pp. 301-319

    Karan Lahiri

    Rwanda's 'Gacaca' Courts A Possible model for local Justice in International Crime?

     No.2

     pp. 321-332

    Tarik Abdulhak

    Building Sustainable Capacities- From an International Tribunal to a Domestic War Crimes Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina

     No.2

     pp. 333-358

    Mark Chadwick

    Modern Developments in Universal Jurisdiction: Addressing Impunity in Tibet and Beyond

     No.2

     pp. 359-394

    Mark Klamberg

    International Criminal Law in Swedish Courts: The Principle of Legality in the Arklov Case

     No.2

     pp. 395-409

    Robert Schaeffer

    The Audacity of Compromise: The UN Security Council and the Pre- conditions to the Exercise of Jurisdiction by the ICC with Regard to the Crime of Aggression

     No.2

     pp. 411-433

    Charles Chernor Jalloh

    Regionalizing International Criminal Law?

     No.3

     pp. 445-499

    Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops

    The Duality of the Proportionality Principle within Asymmetric Warfare and Ensuing Superior Criminal Responsibilities

     No.3

     pp. 501-529

    Manuela Melandri

    The Relationship between State Sovereignty and the Enforcement of International Criminal Law under the Rome Statute (1998): A Complex Interplay

     No.3

     pp. 531-545

    Ignaz Stegmiller

    The Gravity Threshold under the ICC Statute: Gravity Back and Forth in Lubanga and Ntaganda

     No.3

     pp. 547-565

    Noelle Higgins, Kieran O'Reilly

    The Use of Force, Wars of National Liberation and the Right to Self- Determination in the South Ossetian Conflict

     No.3

     pp. 567-583

    Farhad Malekian

    The Homogeneity of International Criminal Court with Islamic Jurisprudence

     No.4

     pp. 595-621

    Ray Murphy, Mohamed M. El Zeidy

    Prisoners of War: A Comparative Study of the Principles of International Humanitarian Law and the Islamic Law of War

     No.4

     pp. 623-649

    Ilias Bantekas

    The Disunity of Islamic Criminal Law and the Modern Role of Ijtihad

     No.4

     pp. 651-665

    Ahmed Hamdy Tawfik

    The Concept of Crime in the Afghan Criminal Justice System: The Paradox between Secular, Tradition and Islamic Law: A Viewpoint of an International Practitioner

     No.4

     pp. 667-687

    Silvia Tellenbach

    Aspects of the Iranian Code of Islamic Punishment: The Principle of Legality and the Temporal, Spatial and Personal Applicability of the Law

     No.4

     pp. 689-705

    Abdullah Saad Alarefi

    Overview of Islamic Law

     No.4

     pp. 707-731

    Mahdev Mohan

    The Paradox of Victim- Centrism: Victim Participation at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

     No.5

     pp. 733-775

    Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral

    The Swan Song of Universal Jurisdiction in Spain

     No.5

     pp. 777-808

    Ralph Henham

    Towards Restorative Sentencing in International Criminal Trials

     No.5

     pp. 809-832

    James Farrant

    Is the Extra- territorial Application of the Human Rights Act Really Justified?

     No.5

     pp. 833-854

    International Criminal Law Review, 2010, Vol.10

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    Rebecca Young

    How Do We Know Them When We See Them? The Subjective Evolution in the Identification of Victim Groups for the Purpose of Genocide

     No.1

     pp. 1-22

    Michele Caianiello

    Disclosure before the ICC: The Emergence of a New Form of Policies Implementation System in International Criminal Justice?

     No.1

     pp. 23-42

    Daniel Sheppard

    The International Criminal Court and "Internationally Recognized Human Rights": Understanding Article 21(3) of the Rome Statute

     No.1

     pp. 43-71

    Nidal Nabil Jurdi

    The Prosecutorial Interpretation of the Complementarity Principle: Does It Really Contribute to Ending Impunity on the National Level?

     No.1

     pp. 73-96

    Dawn L. Rothe, Christopher W. Mullins

    Beyond the Juristic Orientation of International Criminal Justice: The Relevance of Criminological Insight to International Criminal Law and its Control A Commentary

     No.1

     pp. 97-110

    Zia Akhtar

    Canadian Genocide and Offi cial Culpability

     No.1

     pp. 111-135

    Anja Matwijkiw, Bronik Matwijkiw

    Stakeholder Theory and Justice Issues: The Leap from Business Management to Contemporary International Law

     No.2

     pp. 143-180

    Alexis Demirdjian

    Armless Giants: Cooperation, State Responsibility and Suggestions for the ICC Review Conference

     No.2

     pp. 181-208

    Harmen van der Wilt

    National Law: A Small but Neat Utensil in the Toolbox of International Criminal Tribunals

     No.2

     pp. 209-241

    Monica Zapico Barbeito

    Investigating the Crimes of the Franco Regime: Legal Possibilities, Obligations of the Spanish State and Duties Towards the Victims

     No.2

     pp. 243-274

    Sophie Papillon

    Has the United Nations Security Council Implicitly Removed Al Bashir's Immunity?

     No.2

     pp. 275-288

    Ivar ScheerS

    From Rome to Kampala: An Analysis of Article 124 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court

     No.3

     pp. 301-323

    Maja Munivrana Vajda

    The 2009 AIDP's Resolution on Universal Jurisdiction- An Epitaph or a Revival Call?!

     No.3

     pp. 325-344

    Dawn L. Rothe, Angela Overton

    The International Criminal Court and the External Non- Witness Expert (s), Problematic Concerns: An Exploratory Endeavour

     No.3

     pp. 345-364

    Uwe Ewald

    'Predictably Irrational'- International Sentencing and its Discourse against the Backdrop of Preliminary Empirical Findings on ICTY Sentencing Practices

     No.3

     pp. 365-402

    Stephen Tully

    Sex, Slavery and the High Court of Australia: The Contribution of R v. Tang to International Jurisprudence

     No.3

     pp. 403-423

    Kai Ambos

    Latin American and International Criminal Law: Introduction and General Overview

     No.4

     pp. 431-439

    Elizabeth Santalla Vargas

    An Overview of the Crime of Genocide in Latin American Jurisdictions

     No.4

     pp. 441-452

    Ramiro Garcia Falconi

    The Codification of Crimes against Humanity in the Domestic Legislation of Latin American States

     No.4

     pp. 453-459

    Salvador Herencia Carrasco

    Implementation of War Crimes in Latin America: An Assessment of the Impact of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

     No.4

     pp. 461-473

    Juan Luis Modolell Gonzalez

    The Crime of Forced Disappearance of Persons According to the Decisions of the Inter- American Court of Human Rights

     No.4

     pp. 475-489

    Pablo F. Parenti

    The Prosecution of International Crimes in Argentina

     No.4

     pp. 491-507

    Fabiola Girao Monteconrado, Marcos Zilli, Maria Ereza Rocha de Assis Moura

    International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice in Brazil

     No.4

     pp. 509-534

    Jose Luis Guzman Dalbora

    The Treatment of International Crimes in Chilean Jurisprudence: A Janus Face

     No.4

     pp. 535-547

    Alejandro Aponte Cardona

    Criminal Prosecution of International Crimes: The Colombian Case

     No.4

     pp. 549-569

    Javier Donde Matute

    International Criminal Law before the Supreme Court of Mexico

     No.4

     pp. 571-581

    Dino Carlos Caro Coria

    Prosecuting International Crimes in Peru

     No.4

     pp. 583-600

    Pablo Galain Palermo

    The Prosecution of International Crimes in Uruguay

     No.4

     pp. 601-618

    Lars C. Berster

    'Duty to Act' and 'Commission by Omission' in International Criminal Law

     No.5

     pp. 619-646

    Alison Bisset

    Truth Commissions: A Barrier to the Provision of Judicial Assistance?

     No.5

     pp. 647-678

    Jocelyn Courtney

    Enforced Disappearances in Colombia: A Plea for Synergy between the Courts

     No.5

     pp. 679-711

    Caroline Fournet, Clotilde Pegorier

    'Only One Step Away From Genocide': The Crime of Persecution in International Criminal Law

     No.5

     pp. 713-738

    Regina E. Rauxloh

    Negotiated History: The Historical Record in International Criminal Law and Plea Bargaining

     No.5

     pp. 739-770

    Christopher W. Mullins, Dawn L. Rothe

    The Ability of the International Criminal Court to Deter Violations of International Criminal Law: A Theoretical Assessment

     No.5

     pp. 771-786

    Mohammed Ayat

    Quelques apports des Tribunaux penaux internationaux, ad hoc et notamment le TPIR, a la lutte contre les violences sexuelles subies par les femmes durant les genocides et les conflits armes

     No.5

     pp. 787-827

    Robert J. Currie, Ion Stancu

    R. v. Munyaneza: Pondering Canada's First Core Crimes Conviction

     No.5

     pp. 829-853

    Sinead Ring

    General Principles of Law in the Decisions of International Criminal Courts and Tribunals

     No.5

     pp. 865-869

    International Criminal Law Review, 2011, Vol.11

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    Jeffrey G. Johnston

    The Risk of Torture as a Basis for Refusing Extradition and the Use of Diplomatic Assurances to Protect against Torture after 9/ 11

     No.1

     pp. 1-48

    Trahan, Jennifer

    The Rome Statute's Amendment on the Crime of Aggression: Negotiations at the Kampala Review Conference

     No.1

     pp. 49-104

    Jens Dieckmann, Christina Kerll

    Representing the "General Interests of the Defence": Boon or Bane?- A Stocktaking of the System of ad hoc Counsel at the ICC

     No.1

     pp. 105-136

    Luke Marsh, Michael Ramsden

    Joint Criminal Enterprise: Cambodia's Reply to Tadic

     No.1

    pp. 137-154

    Minna Kimpimaki

    Genocide in Rwanda- Is It Really Finland's Concern?

     No.1

    pp. 155-176

    Christoph Safferling

    The Role of the Victim in the Criminal Process- A Paradigm Shift in National German and International Law?

     No.2

     pp. 183-215

    Sara Wharton

    The Evolution of International Criminal Law: Prosecuting 'New' Crimes before the Special Court for Sierra Leone

     No.2

     pp. 217-239

    Janine Natalya Clark

    Transitional Justice, Truth and Reconciliation: An Under- Explored Relationship

     No.2

     pp. 241-261

    Jonathan Doak

    The Therapeutic Dimension of Transitional Justice: Emotional Repair and Victim Satisfaction in International Trials and Truth Commissions

     No.2

     pp. 263-298

    Fabian O. Raimondo

    For Further Research on the Relationship between Cultural Diversity and International Criminal Law

     No.2

     pp. 299-314

    Stan Starygin

    Judicial Discretion in ECCC Decisions on Pre- trial Detention against the Backdrop of the Case- law of the International Criminal Tribunals

     No.2

     pp. 315-358

    Martha Minow

    Taking up the Challenge of Gender and International Criminal Justice: In Honour of Judge Patricia Wald

     No.3

     pp. 365-370

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    Remarks in Honour of Patricia M. Wald

     No.3

     pp. 371-373

    Kelly Askin

    Tribute to Patricia Wald

     No.3

     pp. 75-381

    David Tolbert

    Judge Wald at the ICTY: A Tribute

     No.3

     pp. 383-390

    Jenny S. Martinez

    International Law at the Crossroads: The Role of Judge Patricia Wald

     No.3

     pp. 391-400

    Patricia M. Wald

    Women on International Courts: Some Lessons Learned

     No.3

     pp. 401-408

    Doris Buss

    Performing Legal Order: Some Feminist Thoughts on International Criminal Law

     No.3

     pp. 409-423

    Fionnuala Ni Aolain, Dina Francesca Haynes, Naomi Cahn

    Criminal Justice for Gendered Violence and Beyond

     No.3

     pp. 425-443

    Jennifer Leaning

    Enforced Displacement of Civilian Populations in War: A Potential New Element in Crimes against Humanity

     No.3

     pp. 445-462

    Jaya Ramji-Nogales

    Questioning Hierarchies of Harm: Women, Forced Migration, and International Criminal Law

     No.3

     pp. 463-476

    Beth Van Schaack

    The Crime of Aggression and Humanitarian Intervention on Behalf of Women

     No.3

     pp. 477-493

    Katie O'Byrne

    Beyond Consent: Conceptualising Sexual Assault in International Criminal Law

     No.3

     pp. 495-514

    Margaret M. deGuzman

    Giving Priority to Sex Crime Prosecutions: The Philosophical Foundations of a Feminist Agenda

     No.3

     pp. 515-528

    Laurie Green

    First- Class Crimes, Second- Class Justice: Cumulative Charges for Gender- Based Crimes at the International Criminal Court

     No.3

     pp. 529-541

    Rama Mani

    Women, Art and Post- Conflict Justice

     No.3

     pp. 543-560

    Rachel Harris, Katharine Gelber

    Defining 'De Facto' Slavery in Australia: Ownership, Consent and the Defence of Freedom

     No.3

     pp. 561-578

    Karima Bennoune

    The Paradoxical Feminist Quest for Remedy: A Case Study of Jane Doe v. Islamic Salvation Front and Anouar Haddam

     No.3

     pp. 579-587

    Lucy Reed

    Assessing Civil Liability for Harms to Women during Armed Conflict: The Rulings of the Eritrea- Ethiopia Claims Commission

     No.3

     pp. 589-605

    Diane Marie Amann

    Cecelia Goetz, Woman at Nuremberg

     No.3

     pp. 607-620

    David Luban

    Hannah Arendt as a Theorist of International Criminal Law

     No.3

     pp. 621-641

    Nienke Grossman

    Sex Representation on the Bench and the Legitimacy of International Criminal Courts

     No.3

     pp. 643-653

    Leila Nadya Sadat

    Avoiding the Creation of a Gender Ghetto in International Criminal Law

     No.3

     pp. 655-662

    Tatiana Bachvarova

    Victims' Eligibility before the International Criminal Court in Historical and Comparative Context

     No.4

     pp. 665-706

    Kate Doran

    Provisional Release in International Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law

     No.4

     pp. 707-743

    Barbora Hola, Catrien Bijleveld, Alette Smeulers

    Punishment for Genocide- Exploratory Analysis of ICTR Sentencing

     No.4

     pp. 745-773

    Solange Mouthaan

    The Prosecution of Gender- based Crimes at the ICC: Challenges and Opportunities

     No.4

     pp. 775-802

    Melanie O'Brien

    Sexual Exploitation and Beyond: Using the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court to Prosecute UN Peacekeepers for Gender- based Crimes

     No.4

     pp. 803-827

    Nicholas Azadi Goodfellow

    The Miscategorization of 'Forced Marriage' as a Crime against Humanity by the Special Court for Sierra Leone

     No.5

     pp. 831-867

    Krit Zeegers

    Defence Counsel Immunity at the Ad Hoc Tribunals

     No.5

     pp. 869-890

    International Criminal Law Review, 2012, Vol.12

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    Barbara Goy

    Individual Criminal Responsibility before the International Criminal Court

     No.1

     pp. 1-70

    Matteo Crippa

    A Long Path toward Reconciliation and Accountability: A Truth and Reconciliation Commission and a Special Chamber for Burundi?

     No.1

     pp. 71-100

    Kai Ambos

    The First Judgment of the International Criminal Court (Prosecutor v. Lubanga): A Comprehensive Analysis of the Legal Issues

     No.2

     pp. 115-153

    Avitus A. Agbor

    The Substantial Contribution Requirement: The Unfortunate Outcome of an Illogical Construction and Incorrect Understanding of Article 6 (1) of the Statute of the ICTR

     No.2

     pp. 155-191

    Dawn L. Rothe, Scott Maggard

    Factors that Impede or Facilitate Post- Conflict Justice Mechanisms?

     No.2

     pp. 193-217

    Chandra Lekha Sriram, Stephen Brown

    Kenya in the Shadow of the ICC: Complementarity, Gravity and Impact

     No.2

     pp. 219-244

    Luke Moffett

    The Role of Victims in the International Criminal Tribunals of the Second World War

     No.2

     pp. 245-270

    Marek Szydlo

    Extra- Territorial Application of the European Convention on Human Rights after Al- Skeini and Al- Jedda

     No.2

     pp. 271-291

    Hiromi Sato

    International Criminal Responsibility Concerning 'Control over an Organization' and Command Responsibility Lato Sensu

     No.2

     pp. 293-300

    Guest Editors, Jonathan Doak, David O Mahony

    Transitional Justice and Restorative Justice

     No.3

     pp. 305-312

    James A. Sweeney

    Restorative Justice and Transitional Justice at the ECHR

     No.3

     pp. 313-338

    Kerry Clamp, Jonathan Doak

    More than Words: Restorative Justice Concepts in Transitional Justice Settings

     No.3

     pp. 339-360

    Ralph, Henham

    Evaluating the Contribution of Sentencing to Social Justice: Some Conceptual Problems

     No.3

     pp. 361-374

    Brianne McGonigle Leyh

    Victim- Oriented Measures at International Criminal Institutions: Participation and its Pitfalls

     No.3

     pp. 375-408

    Melanie Klinkner

    Psycho- Social Aspects Surrounding Criminal Investigations into Mass Graves

     No.3

     pp. 409-426

    Matthe Saul

    Local Ownership of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Restorative and Retributive Effects