The emerging practice of the International Criminal Court

Main Author: Sluiter, Göran
Other Authors: Stahn, Carsten
Format: eBook
Published: Boston Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2009, 2009
Series:Nijhoff eBook titles 2009
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Collection: Brill Nijhoff E-Books Collections 2009-2014 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • a modest proposal for radical revision / Bacle Don Taylor III.
  • is it time for a more judge-dominated approach? / Robert Heinsch
  • andante or moderato? / Antonio Cassese
  • The International Criminal Court- its relationship to domestic jurisdictions / Judge Hans-Peter Kaul
  • Auto-referrals and the complementary nature of the ICC / Jann K. Kleffner
  • The legitimacy of withdrawing state party referrals and ad hoc declarations under the statute of the International Criminal Court / Mohamed M. El Zeidy
  • Shaping the contours of domestic justice : the International Criminal Court and an admissibility challenge in the Uganda situation / William W. Burke-White & Scott Kaplan
  • The International Criminal Court and its relationship to non-party states / Robert Cryer
  • transitional justice, the transfer of cases to national courts, and lessons for the ICC / David Tolbert and Aleksandar Kontic
  • The responsibility to enforce-connecting justice with unity / Rod Rastan
  • Peace, security, and prosecutorial discretion / Jens David Ohlin
  • The selection of cases by the office of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court / Fabricio Guariglia
  • Developing and implementing an effective positive complementarity prosecution strategy / Christopher Keith Hall
  • Prosecutorial discretion and gravity / William A. Schabas
  • Judicial review of prosecutorial discretion : five years on Carsten Stahn
  • Article 21 of the statute of the International Criminal Court and the treatment of sources of law in the jurisprudence of the ICC / Gilbert Bitti
  • The status of ICTY and ICTR precedent in proceedings before the ICC / Volker Nerlich
  • neither legally admissible nor necessary / Kai Ambos
  • Anonymous witnesses before the international criminal Court : due process in dire straits / Michael E. Kurth
  • Includes bibliographical references and index