London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
xxi, 321 pages : portrait ; 24 cm.
Routledge research in the law of armed conflict.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / Jadranka Petrovic Taming Westphalian sovereignty : international penal process and the expansion of universal jurisdiction / Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto Liability for ordering the commission of international crimes / Sarah Finnin Military members claiming self-defence during armed conflict : often misguided and unhelpful / Ian Henderson and Bryan Cavanagh Accountability for targeted killing operations : international humanitarian law, international human rights law, and the relevance of the principle of proportionality / Michelle Lesh Humanitarian access in international humanitarian law : the case of Syria and Security Council Resolution 2139 (2014) / Phoebe Wynn-Pope The Syrian conflict and the use of cultural property for military purposes / Jadranka Petrovic and Rebecca Hughes Accountability for violations of the law of armed conflict and the question of the efficacy of international criminal law in ameliorating violence in armed conflict / Dale Stephens The fractured relationship between fairness, the rights of the accused, and disclosure at the International Criminal Court / Sophie Rigney The Australian experience of conducting war crimes trials / Vasko Nastevski The ICJ's role in determining accountability for violations of international humanitarian law / Andrew Coleman Moving from the mechanics of accountability to a culture of accountability: what more can be done in addition to prosecuting war crimes? / Helen Durham and Eve Massingham.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 282-311) and index.
KZ7000 .A28 2016
9781138025264 (hardback) 1138025267 (hardback) 9781315769554 (e-book)