Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2015.
xviii, 287 pages ; 25 cm.
Routledge research in international law.
Formatted Contents Note
'One, no one and one hundred thousand': reflections on the multiple identies of the ICC / Triestino Mariniello The case for inclusion of terrorism in the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court / Harmen van der Wilt and Inez Braber Command responsibility, joint commission and 'control over the crime' approach in the first ICC jurisprudence / Chantal Meloni The right not to be tried twice for international crimes: an overview of the ne bis in idem principle within the statutes of the ICC and the international criminal tribunals / Stefano Manacorda and Giulio Vanacore Balancing rights of the accused with rights of the victims before the International Criminal Court / Morris A. Anyah Lubanga decision on victims' reparations: handing off the hot potato? / Paolo Lobba Building national capacity for the ICC: prospects and challenges / Olympia Bekou Has the ICC unfairly targeted Africa or has Africa unfairly targeted the ICC? / Lyal S. Sunga Transitional justice in the DRC: the 2014 amnesty law and the principle of complementarity - quid juris? / Patricia Pinto Soares The first decision on sentence of the International Criminal Court in the Lubanga case: great (unmet) expectations / Silvia D'Ascoli The confirmation of charges at the International Criminal Court: a tale of two models / Triestino Mariniello and Niccolo Pons From Lubanga to Ruto: witness proofing under the applicable law of the ICC / Sarah Finnin General principles of the law in the early jurisprudence of the ICC / Mohamed Elewa Badar and Noelle Higgins.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.