Bibliography, etc. Note
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Introduction / Edda Kristjánsdóttir, André Nollkaemper, and Cedric Ryngaert Lost in translation? : domestic courts, international law and rule of law "a la carte" / Stéphane Beaulac International law in the Russian courts in transitional situations / Sergei Yu. Marochkin Thickening the rule of law in transition : the constitutional entrenchment of economic and social rights in South Africa / Evelyne Schmid Judicial activism and the use of international law as a gap-filler in domestic law : the case of forced disappearances committed during the armed conflict in Nepal / Rishikesh Wagle International law and Iraqi courts / Haider Ala Hamoudi Constitutionalism without governance : international standards in the Afghan legal system / Ebrahim Afsah Understandings of international law in Rwanda : a contextual approach / Nicola Palmer Virtuous flexibility : the application of international human rights norms by the Bosnian Human Rights Chamber / Antoine Buyse War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina : seeding "international standards of justice"? / Katerina Uhlířová Prosecution of war crimes in Bosnian cantonal and district courts : the role of the rule of law / Sanja Popovic War crimes prosecution in a post-conflict era and a pluralism of jurisdictions : the experience of the Belgrade War Crimes Chamber / Sharon Weill and Ivan Jovanović The treatment of occupation legislation by courts in liberated territories / Eyal Benvenisti and Michal Saliternik The use and abuse of international law : choice of applicable criminal law in post-conflict East Timor / Yaël Ronen Concluding observations / Edda Kristjánsdóttir, André Nollkaemper, and Cedric Ryngaert.
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