Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
International criminal law : nature, origins and a few key issues /Bartram S. Brown The vanishing relevance of state affiliation in international criminal law : private security contractors and other non-state actors /John Cerone The crime of genocide /Mark A. Drumbl Crimes against humanity /Margaret M. deGuzman Crimes against women under international criminal law /Kelly D. Askin The crime of aggression : is it amenable to judicial determination? /Faiza Patel King The contribution of non-governmental organizations to the creation of international criminal tribunals /Mark S. Ellis The ICC investigation into the conflict in Northern Uganda : beyond the dichotomy of peace versus justice /Katharina Peschke Fine-tuning complementarity /Sarah M.H. Nouwen The hybrid experience of the Special Court for Sierra Leone /Clare da Silva Protecting the fair trial rights of the accused in international criminal law : comparison of the International Criminal Court and the military commissions in Guantánamo /David Weissbrodt and Kristin K. Zinsmaster Self-representation of the accused before international tribunals : an absolute right or a qualified privilege? /Michael P. Scharf Defences in international criminal law /Kai Ambos Extradition and mutual legal assistance : recent trends in inter-state cooperation to combat international crimes /Ved P. Nanda Universal jurisdiction /Naomi Roht-Arriaza and Menaka Fernando National amnesties, truth commissions and international criminal tribunals /William A. Schabas Dancing in the dark politics, law and peace in Sierra Leone : a case study /David M. Crane Reflections on contemporary developments in international criminal justice /M. Cherif Bassiouni.
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