International conference proceedings. "Herbert-Batliner-Europainstitut"--Cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 395-414).
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The value of the ICTY as a historiographical tool /Ksenija Turković Finding the truth at international criminal tribunals /Stefan Kirsch A need for differentiation between justification and excuse in international criminal law /Matjaz̆ Ambroz̆ The ICTY's approach to customary law : a case study of the mens rea of imputed command responsibility /Ivona Josipović Joint criminal enterprise : the ICTY's contentious addition to international criminal law /Kerstin Bree Carlson Joint criminal enterprise and command responsibility /Kai Ambos Fair trial standards under human rights treaty law and the ICTY : a process of cross-fertilization? /Roza Pati The right to a fair trial : common law vs. civil law in the ICTY proceedings /Feruza Djamalova The "adversarial" procedure : a model superior to other trial systems in international criminal justice? /Abin Eser Human rights aspects of witness protection and its importance for the ICTY /Besa Arifi The defendant's right to a fair trial : does witness protection violate the defendant's right to confront the witness against him? /Angela Carstensen Protecting witnesses in international criminal trials : the experience of the ICTY /Romana Schweiger Reparation for victims in international criminal justice /Gabriel Amann The pre-investigation stage of the ICTY and ICC compared /Ignaz Stegmiller The role of pleas and confession bargaining in international criminal courts /Stephen C. Thaman The defendant's right to be present : can the right be waived? /Károly Bárd Admitting relevant and reliable evidence /Sabine Swoboda.