28 février 2017

REVUE : Journal of International Criminal Justice (vol. 14, n°5, December 2016)

Kadidiatou HAMA

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (vol. 14, n°5, December 2016) is out.

Payam Akhavan, Complementarity Conundrums: The ICC Clock in Transitional Times
Miles Jackson, Regional Complementarity: The Rome Statute and Public International Law
Oliver Diggelmann, International Criminal Tribunals and Reconciliation: Reflections on the Role of Remorse and Apology 
Kyle McCleery, Guilty Pleas and Plea Bargaining at the Ad Hoc Tribunals: Lessons from Civil Law Systems 
Ady Niv, The Schizophrenia of the ‘No Case to Answer’ Test in International Criminal Tribunals
Symposium: Culture at the Frontline: Addressing Attacks on Cultural Heritage
Asad Kiyani, John Reynolds & Sujith Xavier, Foreword 
Philippa Webb, Foreword 
Serge Brammertz, Kevin C. Hughes, Alison Kipp, & William B. Tomljanovich, Attacks against Cultural Heritage as a Weapon of War: Prosecutions at the ICTY 
Mark V. Vlasic & Helga Turku, ‘Blood Antiquities’: Protecting Cultural Heritage beyond Criminalization 
Paige Casaly, Al Mahdi before the ICC: Cultural Property and World Heritage in International Criminal Law 
National Prosecution of International Crimes: Legislation and Cases
Kai Ambos, The German Rwabukombe Case: The Federal Court’s Interpretation of Co-perpetration and the Genocidal Intent to Destroy 
Matthias Vanhullebusch & Nadarajah Pushparajah, The Politics of Prosecution of International Crimes in Sri Lanka
Katerina I. Kappos & Patrick W. Hayden, Current Developments at the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals

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