Future perspectives on international criminal justice : through the looking glass / Carsten Stahn & Larissa van den Herik Part I. The influence of scholars and practitioners on the development and conceptualization of international criminal law. 'Satires of circumstance' : some notes on war crimes trials and irony / Gerry Simpson ; The banality of evil on trial / Alette Smeulers & Wouter Werner ; Why international criminal lawyers should read Mirjan Damaška / Harmen van der Wilt ; The gentle humanizer of humanitarian law : Antonio Cassese and the creation of the customary law of non-international armed conflict / Tamàs Hoffmann ; The international criminal legal process : towards a realistic model of international criminal law in action / Christoph Burchard Part II. Theorizing international criminal justice. The two liberalisms of international criminal law / Darryl Robinson ; International criminal law at the crossroads : from ad hoc imposition to a treaty-based universal system / Kai Ambos ; In search of the 'vertical' : towards an institutional theory of international criminal justice's core / Frédéric Mégret Part III. Re-assessing the balance between international and domestic jurisdiction. Situational gravity under the Rome Statute / Kevin Jon Heller ; When law 'expresses' more than it cares to admit : comments on Heller / Mark Osiel ; Should the prosecution of ordinary crimes in domestic jurisdictions satisfy the complementarity principle? / Dawn Sedman ; Interpreting complementarity and interests of justice in the presence of restorative-based alternative forms of justice / Marta Valiñas ; Universal jurisdiction and the prosecution of excluded asylum seekers / Elizabeth Santalla
Part IV. De-individualizing international criminal law : can abstract entities commit international crimes after all? The Inter-American Court of Human Rights and aggravated state responsibility : operationalizing the concept of state crime / Scott Doucet ; Corporations as future subjects of the International Criminal Court : an exploration of the counterarguments and consequences / Larissa van den Herik ; Grey war zone? The question of contractual control of the privatization of warfare and the civilianization of the military / Dan Kuwali ; Holding private military corporations accountable for their crimes : the applicability of the commander/superior responsibility doctrine to crimes of PMCs / Materneau Chrispin Part V. Crime definitions revisited. Defining the crime of aggression / Astrid Reisinger ; Complementarity and aggression : a ticking time bomb? / Nicolaos Strapatsas ; The recruitment and use of child soldiers : some reflections on the prosecution of a new war crime / Michael E. Kurth Part VI. System-criminality and the principle of personal fault : a balancing test in setting the appropriate standards for modes of liability. The difficulty with individual criminal responsibility in international criminal law / Gideon Boas ; Current trends on modes of liability for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes / Héctor Olásolo Alonso ; From 'conspiracy' to 'joint criminal enterprise' : in search of the organizational parameter / Athansios Chouliaras Part VII. Towards one international criminal procedure? Trends in the development of a unified law of international criminal procedure / Göran Sluiter ; Witness memory and the manufacture of evidence at the international criminal tribunals / Alexander Zahar ; Remedies for war victims / Liesbeth Zegveld ; Victim participation in ICC proceedings / Nino Tsereteli ; Arrest and surrender under the ISS statue : a contextual reading / Carsten Stahn.
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