4 mai 2017

REVUE : Journal of International Criminal Justice (vol. 15, n°1, March 2017)

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The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (vol. 15, n°1, March 2017) is out. 

Rod Rastan, What is ‘Substantially the Same Conduct’?: Unpacking the ICC’s ‘First Limb’ Complementarity Jurisprudence
Colton Fehr, Domestic Detention under Article 78(2) of the ICC Statute
Symposium: Undesirable and Unreturnable? Prosecuting Non-Removable Aliens Suspected of Serious Crimes 
Joris van Wijk, David James Cantor, Sarah Singer, & Maarten Pieter Bolhuis, Foreword
Geoff Gilbert, Undesirable but Unreturnable: Extradition and Other Forms of Rendition
Mariagiulia Giuffré, Deportation with Assurances and Human Rights: The Case of Persons Suspected or Convicted of Serious Crimes
Joseph Rikhof, Prosecuting Asylum Seekers Who cannot be Removed: A Feasible Solution?
Emma Irving, When International Justice Concludes: Undesirable but Unreturnable Individuals in the Context of the International Criminal Court 
Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
Wibke K. Timmermann, Inciting Speech in the former Yugoslavia: The Šešelj Trial Chamber Judgment 
National Prosecution of International Crimes: Legislation and Cases
Pavlos Andreadis-Papadimitriou, Assistance in Mass Murder under Systems of Ill-treatment: The Case of Oskar Gröning
Patryk I. Labuda, The Special Criminal Court in the Central African Republic: Failure or Vindication of Complementarity?

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