"International law"--Cover. "This volume is an offshoot of the research activities of working group II ('international criminal tribunals') of the European Science Foundation's COST A28 Action on Human Rights, Peace and Security in EU Foreign Policy"--P. v.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction /Cedric Ryngaert Theinternational military tribunals in Nuremberg and Tokyo : epoch-making and standard-setting, yet with different effectiveness /Erik André Andersen Thebalanced scorecard of international criminal tribunals /Mikaela Heikkilä Safegarding the rights of suspects and accused persons in international criminal proceedings /Masha Fedorova, Sten Verhoeven and Jan Wouters Apples and oranges? victim participation approaches in the ICC and ECCC /Brianne McGonigle Thecreation of a global criminal justice system : the European Union and the International Criminal Court /Jan Wouters and Sudeshna Basu Theprinciple of complementarity : a means of ensuring effective international criminal justice /Cedric Ryngaert Thelegacy of the ICTR in Rwanda in the context of the completion strategy : the impact of Rule 11 BIS /Inneke Onsea Therole of amnesties in conflict transformation /Louise Mallinder Financial compensation for victims of international crimes as a political process /Peter Malcontent Theother path to peace : restitution as a method to undo past injustice /Antoine Buyse.
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Antwerp : Intersentia ; Portland : COST Office,