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International Criminal Law

Volume 1,2 & 3

Paperback Engels 2012 9781848449756
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International criminal law and the international courts and tribunals that administer it have witnessed a surge in interest over the past two decades, and it occupies an increasingly prominent position on the legal landscape. This topical collection, prepared by an eminent authority in international criminal law, successfully brings together a cross-section of the most important literature, providing a unique overview of the discipline. Areas covered in this three-volume collection include the origins of international law, the general principles, procedure and evidence, alternatives to prosecution as well as national systems.

This important publication will be a valuable reference tool for scholars, academics and practitioners in the field of international criminal law.

74 articles, dating from 1958 to 2009. Contributors include: M. Bassiouni, A. Cullen, D. Forsythe, C. Garraway, M. Lippman, D. Robinson, J. Sarkin, D. Scheffer, C. Stahn, M. Zeidy

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ISBN13:9781848449756
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:2808
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:30-3-2012
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch
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Over W.A. Schabas

William A. Schabas, Professor of International Law, Middlesex University (London), UK and Professor of International Criminal Law and Human Rights, Leiden University, The Netherlands

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Acknowledgements

Introduction
William A. Schabas

PART I: ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
1. Christopher Keith Hall (1998), ‘The First Proposal for a Permanent International Criminal Court’
2. M. Cherif Bassiouni (1997), ‘From Versailles to Rwanda in Seventy-Five Years: The Need to Establish a Permanent International Criminal Court’
3. Arieh J. Kochavi (1994), ‘The British Foreign Office versus the United Nations War Crimes Commission during the Second World War’
4. Hans Kelsen (1947), ‘Will the Judgment in the Nuremberg Trial Constitute a Precedent in International Law?’
5. William A. Schabas (2008), ‘Origins of the Genocide Convention: From Nuremberg to Paris’
6. L.C. Green (1960), ‘The Eichmann Case’
7. Matthew Lippman (1982), ‘The Trial of Adolf Eichmann and the Protection of Universal Human Rights under International Law’
8. M. Cherif Bassiouni (2003), ‘The History of the Draft Code of Crimes Against the Peace and Security of Mankind’
9. James Crawford (1995), ‘The ILC Adopts a Statute for an International Criminal Court’
10. Larry D. Johnson (2004), ‘Ten Years Later: Reflections on the Drafting’
11. David J. Scheffer (2004), ‘Three Memories from the Year of Origin, 1993’
12. M. Cherif Bassiouni (1999), ‘Negotiating the Treaty of Rome on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court’
13. Philippe Kirsch, Q.C. and Valerie Oosterveld (2001), ‘Negotiating an Insitution for the Twenty-First Century: Multilateral Diplomacy and the International Criminal Court’
14. Leila Nadya Sadat (2003), ‘Summer in Rome, Spring in The Hague, Winter in Washington? U.S. Policy Towards the International Criminal Court’

PART II: INTERNATIONAL CRIMES
15. Raphael Lemkin (1947), ‘Genocide as a Crime under International Law’
16. Alexander K.A. Greenawalt (1999), ‘Rethinking Genocidal Intent: The Case for a Knowledge-Based Interpretation’
17. Claus Kreß (2006), ‘The Crime of Genocide under International Law’
18. Egon Schwelb (1946), ‘Crimes Against Humanity’
19. Darryl Robinson (1999), ‘Defining “Crimes Against Humanity” at the Rome Conference’
20. Noah Weisbord (2008), ‘Prosecuting Aggression’
21. David Scheffer (2006), ‘Genocide and Atrocity Crimes’
22. Kelly D. Askin (2003), ‘Prosecuting Wartime Rape and Other Gender-Related Crimes under International Law: Extraordinary Advances, Enduring Obstacles’
23. Anthony Cullen (2008), ‘The Definition of Non-International Armed Conflict in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: An Analysis of the Threshold of Application Contained in Article 8(2)(f)’

PART III: THE PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
24. Theodor Meron (1995), ‘International Criminalization of Internal Atrocities’
25. José E. Alvarez (1999), ‘Crimes of States/Crimes of Hate: Lessons from Rwanda’
26. Mark Osiel (2000), ‘Why Prosecute? Critics of Punishment for Mass Atrocity’
27. Mark A. Drumbl (2000), ‘Punishment, Postgenocide: From Guilt to Shame to Civis in Rwanda’
28. Payam Akhavan (2001), ‘Beyond Impunity: Can International Criminal Justice Prevent Future Atrocities?’
29. David P. Forsythe (2002), ‘The United States and International Criminal Justice’
30. Tzvetan Todorov (2009), ‘Memory as Remedy for Evil’

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