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International Criminal Law Publications

DateTitle
--- © Virgil-Constantin Ivan, ICC, Pre-Trial Proceedings, Pre-Trial Functions and Powers of the ICC Prosecutor (2003)(E)
--- © Susan Lamb, The Arrest Powers of the ICTY, 1999
--- © Jürg Lindenmann, The Rules of Procedure and Evidence on Jurisdiction and Admissibility, 2001
--- © Matthew Lippman, The Evolution and Scope of Command Responsibility, 2000
--- © Gwynn MacCarrick, The Right to a Fair Trial in International Criminal Law, 2005
--- © Julie V. Mayfield, The Prosecution of War Crimes and Respect for Human Rights: Ethiopia's Balancing Act (1995)
--- © Andrew D. Mitchell, The Doctrine of Command Responsibility for War Crimes, 2000
--- © Madeline Morris, State Collusion and the Conundrum of Jurisdiction, 2003
--- © Daryl A. Mundis, Improving the Operation and Functioning of the International Criminal Tribunals (2000)
--- © Arthur T. O'Reilly, Command Responsibility: A Call to Realign the Doctrine (2005)
--- © Jelena Pejic, The [ICC] Statute: An Appraisal of the Rome Package (2000)(E)
--- © Manuel Ventura Robles, The Discontinuance and Acceptance of Claims in the Jurisprudence of the (I-ACtHR) (1999)(E)
--- © Andrew Sidman, The Outmoded Concept of Private Prosecutions (1976)(E)
--- © Michael L. Smidt, Yamashita, Medina, and Beyond: Command Responsibility in Contemporary Military Operations (2000)(E)
--- © Ahmed Iyane Sow, La Responsabilité Pénale Internationale du Supérieur Hiérarchique dans la Jurisprudence du TPIR (2005)(F)
--- © Peter J. Spiro, Who's Afraid of Global Courts (2003)(E)
--- © James G. Stewart, Towards a Single Definition of Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law [...] (2003)(E)
--- © Greg R. Vetter, Command Responsibility of Non-Military Superiors in the International Criminal Court (ICC) (2000)(E)
--- © Philippa Webb and Lea Brilmayer, Ad Hoc and Hybrid Criminal Courts (2004)
--- © Philippa Webb, The ICC Prosecutors Discretion Not to Proceed in the Interests of Justice (2004)
--- © Gerhard Wegen, Discontinuance of International Proceedings: The Hostages Case (1982)(E)
--- © Jamie A. Williamson, Command Responsibility in the Case Law of the [ICTR] (2002)(E)
--- © Alexander Zahar, Command Responsibility of Civilian Superiors for Genocide (2001)(E): 1
--- © Nasser Zakr, La Responsabilité du Supérieur Hiérarchique Devant les Tribunaux Pénaux Internationaux (2002)(F)
--- Judging without Impunity: On the Criminal Responsibility of Authoritarian Judges
--- Morten Bergsmo, César Rodríguez-Garavito, Pablo Kalmanovitz and Maria Paula Saffon (eds.), Distributive Justice in Transitions, FICHL Publication Series No. 6, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2010
--- Morten Bergsmo, Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones, "Preserving the Overview of Law and Facts: the Case Matrix", in Alette Smeulers (ed.): Collective Violence and International Criminal Justice, Intersentia, 2010, pp. 413-435
--- Morten Bergsmo, Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones, "New Technologies in Criminal Justice for Core International Crimes: The ICC Legal Tools Project", Human Rights Law Review, vol. 10, no. 4 (2010) pp. 715-729
--- Morten Bergsmo, Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones, "Complementarity After Kampala: Capacity Building and the ICC Legal Tools", Goettingen Journal of International Law (2010) vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 791-811
--- Morten Bergsmo and Philippa Webb, "Innovations at the International Criminal Court: Bringing New Technologies [...]", in Radtke et al. (eds.): Historische Dimensionen [...], Studien zum Strafrecht 9, Nomos (2007) pp. 205-212.
--- Morten Bergsmo and Philippa Webb, "Some Lessons for the ICC from the International Judicial Response to the Rwandan Genocide", in Kaufman and Clark (eds.): After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation [...]
--- Morten Bergsmo and William Wiley, "Human Rights Professionals and the Criminal Investigation and Prosecution of Core International Crimes", in Skåre, Burkey and Mørk (eds.): Manual on Human Rights Monitoring: An Introduction for Human Rights Field [...
--- Morten Bergsmo and Payam Akhavan, "The Application of the Doctrine of State Responsibility to Refugee Creating States", Nordic Journal of International Law, vol. 3, no. 4 (1989)
--- Morten Bergsmo and Louise Arbour, "Conspicuous Absence of Jurisdictional Overreach", International Law Forum du Droit International 1, pp. 13-19 (1999)
--- Morten Bergsmo and Philippa Webb, "International Criminal Courts and Tribunals: Complementarity and Jurisdiction", in Rüdiger Wolfrum (ed.): Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford University Press (2008) online
--- Louise Arbour and Morten Bergsmo, "Despite Shortcomings, a Court Deserving Support", United Nations Chronicle, vol. XXXV, Number 3 (1998) pp. 12-13
--- Morten Bergsmo and Michael J. Keegan, "Case Preparation for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia", in Araldsen and Thiis (eds.), Manual on Human Rights Monitoring: An Introduction for Human Rights Field Officers (1997)
--- Markus Benzing and Morten Bergsmo, "Some Tentative Remarks on the Relationship Between Internationalized Criminal Jurisdictions and the International Criminal Court", in C. Romano (ed.): Internationalized Criminal Courts and Tribunals (2004) pp. 407-416
--- Morten Bergsmo, Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones, "Complementarity and the Construction of National Ability", in C. Stahn and M. M. El Zeidy (eds.): The International Criminal Court and Complementarity from Theory to Practice, vol. II, Cam. Univ. Pr.
--- Håkan Friman, Suzannah Linton, Göran Sluiter and Salvatore Zappalà, "General Rules and Principles of International Criminal Procedure and Recommendations of Expert Framework", October 2011, Amsterdam/The Hague, the Netherlands
--- Håkan Friman, Suzannah Linton, Göran Sluiter and Salvatore Zappalà, "General Rules and Principles of International Criminal Procedure and Recommendations of Expert Framework" (Revised Version), October 2011, Amsterdam/The Hague, the Netherlands
--- Morten Bergsmo and Elisa Novic, "Justice After Decades in Bangladesh: National Trials for International Crimes", in Journal of Genocide Research (2011) vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 503-510
--- Cheah Wui Ling, "Mapping Interpol's Evolution: Functional Expansion and the Move Towards Legalization", Journal of Police and Policing, Oxford University Press, Volume 1 (2010) pp. 28-37
--- Cheah Wui Ling, "Walking the Long Road in Solidarity and Hope: A Case Study of the 'Comfort Women' Movement's Deployment of Human Rights Discourse", Harvard Human Rights Journal (2009)
--- Cheah Wui Ling, "Post-World War II British 'Hell-ship' Trials in Singapore: Omissions and the Attribution of Responsibility", Journal of International Criminal Justice 8 (2010) pp. 1035-1058
--- Cheah Wui Ling, "Policing Interpol: The Commission for the Control of Interpol's Files and the Right to a Remedy", International Organization Law Review (BRILL) 7 (2010) 375-404
--- Morten Bergsmo, César Rodríguez-Garavito, Pablo Kalmanovitz and Maria Paula Saffon (eds.), Distributive Justice in Transitions, FICHL Publication Series No. 6, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2010 (Spanish)
--- Kai Ambos and Ignaz Stegmiller, "German Research on International Criminal Law", Criminal Law Forum, vol. 19 (2008) pp. 181-198
--- Kai Ambos and Steffen Wirth, "The Current Law of Crimes Against Humanity: An Analysis of UNTAET Regulation 15/200", Criminal Law Forum, vol. 13 (2002) pp. 1-90
--- Richard J. Goldstone, South-East Asia and International Criminal Law, FICHL Occasional Paper Series no. 2, 2011
--- Richard J. Goldstone, South-East Asia and International Criminal Law, FICHL Occasional Paper Series no. 2, 2011 (Thai Version)
--- Kai Ambos and Josef Alkatout, "Has 'Justice Been Done'? The Legality of Bin Laden's Killing under International Law", IsLR, No. 45, 2012, pp. 341-366
--- © Claus Kress and Leonie von Holtzendorff, "The Kampala Compromise on the Crime of Aggression", Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 8, pp. 1179-1217
--- © Elizabeth Santalla Vargas and Kai Ambos, "Country Study - Bolivia", in L. Stan and N. Nedelski (eds.), Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice, Cambridge University Press (2012) vol. III, pp. 165-169
--- © Elizabeth Santalla Vargas and Kai Ambos, "Impeachment Proceedings against Former Dictator Luis García Meza", in L. Stan and N. Nedelski (eds.), Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice, Cambridge University Press (2012) vol. II, pp. 55-60
--- © Malcolm D. Evans, International Law, 2nd Ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006
--- Sistema Interamericano de Protección de los Derechos Humanos y Derecho Penal Internacional, Vol. I (part II), Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (2010)
--- Sistema Interamericano de Protección de los Derechos Humanos y Derecho Penal Internacional, Vol. II (part II), Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (2011)
--- Sistema Interamericano de Protección de los Derechos Humanos y Derecho Penal Internacional, Vol. II (part I), Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (2011)
--- Sistema Interamericano de Protección de los Derechos Humanos y Derecho Penal Internacional, Vol. I (part I), Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (2010)
--- Rod Rastan and Olympia Bekou, "Terrorism and Counter-Terrorist Responses: The Role of International Criminal Jurisdictions", in Ana Maria Salinas De Frias, Katja Samuel and Nigel White (eds.), Counter-Terrorism: International Law and Practice (2012)
--- Ingo Klaus Wamser, Die Gerichtsbarkeit des Internationalen Strafgerichtshofs (2013)
--- © Antonio Cassese, Paola Gaeta and John R.W.D. Jones, The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2002
--- © Antonio Cassese, International Criminal Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2003
--- © Salvatore Zappalà, Human Rights in International Criminal Proceedings, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2003
--- © Ian Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law, Oxford University Press, 2003
--- © M. Cherif Bassiouni, The Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Documentary History, Transnational Publishers, Ardsley, New York, 1998
--- © Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops, Theory and Practice of International and Internationalized Criminal Proceedings, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, 2005
--- © Roy S. Lee, The International Criminal Court: Elements of Crimes and Rules of Procedure and Evidence, Transnational Publishers, Ardsley, 2001
--- © Roy S. Lee, The International Criminal Court: The Making of the Rome Statute: Issues, Negotiations, Results, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, 1999
--- © Peter Malanczuk, Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law, Routledge, 1997
--- © Gabrielle McDonald and Richard May, Essays on ICTY Procedure and Evidence: In Honour of Judge Gabrielle Kirk McDonald, Kluwer, The Hague, 2001
--- © Richard May and Marieke Wierda, International Criminal Evidence, Transnational Publishers, Ardsley, 2002
--- © William A. Schabas, Genocide in International Law, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2000
--- Morten Bergsmo, Cesar Rodrigues-Garavito, Pablo Kalmanovitz and Maria Paula Saffon (eds.), Distributive Justice in Transition, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2010) (Review by Gunnar M. Ekeløve-Slydal, in NJHR, 2013, vol. 31, no. 3)
--- © William A. Schabas, The International Criminal Court: A Commentary on the Rome Statute, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2010
--- © Gerhard Werle, Principles of International Criminal Law, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2005)
--- © Otto Triffterer, Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, München/Oxford/Baden-Baden: C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos (2008)
--- © Otto Triffterer, Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft (1999)
--- © Göran Sluiter, International Criminal Adjudication and the Collection of Evidence: Obligations of States, Intersentia, Antwerpen/Oxford/New York (2002)
--- © Malcolm N. Shaw, International Law, 5th ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003
--- Asbjørn Eide and Alf B. Skre in Nordic Journal of Human Rights (2013) vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 427-453
--- Morten Bergsmo, Alf Butenschøn Skre and Elizabeth J. Wood, Understanding and Proving International Sex Crimes", Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2012) (Reviewed by Amanda H. Blair in Journal of Peace Research, vol. 49, no. 6, p. 874)
--- Morten Bergsmo, Alf Butenschøn Skre and Elizabeth J. Wood (eds.), Understanding and Proving International Sex Crimes", Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2012) (Reviewed by Christian Ranheim in Nordic Journal of Human Rights, 2013, vol. 31, no. 1)
--- © Dapo Akande, "Prosecuting Aggression: The Consent Problem and the Role of the Security Council", Oxford Legal Research Paper Series (2011) no. 10
--- © Mauro Politi, "The ICC and the Crime of Aggression: A Dream that Came Through and the Reality Ahead", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) vol. 10, pp. 267-288
--- © Mary Ellen O'Connell and Mirakmal Niyazmatov, "What is Aggression? Comparing the Jus ad Bellum and the ICC Statute", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) vol. 10, pp. 189-207
--- © Antonio Cassese, "On Some Problematical Aspects of the Crime of Aggression", Leiden Journal of International Law (2007) vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 841-849
--- © Carrie McDougall, The Crime of Aggression Under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2013
--- © Marko Milanovic, "Aggression and Legality Custom in Kampala", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) vol. 10, pp. 165-187
--- © Astrid Reisinger Coracini, "The International Criminal Court's Exercise of Jurisdiction Over the Crime of Aggression – at Last … in Reach … Over Some", Goettingen Journal of International Law (2010) vol 2, pp. 745-789
--- © Beth Van Schaack, "Negotiating at the Interface of Power & Law: The Crime of Aggression", Columbia Journal of Transnational Law (2010-2011) vol 49, pp. 505-601
--- © Carsten Stahn, "The 'End', the Beginning of the 'End' or the 'End of the Beginning'? Introducing Debates and Voices on the Definition of Aggression", Leiden Journal of International Law (2010) vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 875-882
--- © Stefan Barriga and Claus Kress (eds.), The Traveaux Preparatoires of the Crime of Aggression, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2012) pp. 3-57
--- © Robert Cryer, Hakan Friman, Darryl Robinson and Elizabeth Wilmshurst, An Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure, second ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010
--- © Yorah Dinstein, "War, Aggression and Self-Defence", Fourth Ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2005
--- © Kevin Jon Heller, "Retreat from Nuremberg: The Leadership Requirement in the Crime of Aggression", European Journal of International Law (2007) vol. 18, pp. 477-497
--- © Carrie McDougall, The Crime of Aggression Under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
--- © Alexander Zahar and Göran Sluiter, International Criminal Law: A Critical Introduction, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2008
--- © Birgit Schlütter, Developments in Customary International Law: Theory and the Practice of the International Court of Justice and the International Ad Hoc Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia, Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden, 2010
--- © Marko Milanović, “Is the Rome Statute Binding on Individuals? (And Why We Should Care)”, Journal of International Criminal Justice (2011) vol. 9, pp. 25-52
--- © Ilias Bantekas, “Reflections on Some Sources and Methods of International Criminal and Humanitarian Law”, International Criminal Law Review (2006) vol. 6, pp. 121-136
--- © Otto Triffterer, “Can the ‘Elements of Crimes’ Narrow or Broaden Responsibility for Criminal Behaviour Defined in the Rome Statute?”, in C. Stahn and G. Sluiter (eds.), The Emerging Practice of the International Criminal Court, Martinus Nijhoff
--- © Gerhard Werle, Principles of International Criminal Law, Second Edition, T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague, 2009, pp. 313-317
--- © Anne Marie L. M. de Brouwer, "Supranational Criminal Prosecution of Sexual Violence, Intersentia, 2005, pp. 103-135. M. Cherif Bassiouni, Crimes against Humanity, Historical Evolution and Contemporary Application", Cambridge, 2011
--- © Mahnoush H. Arsanjani, “The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court”, American Journal of International Law (1999) Vol. 93
--- © Dapo Akande, "International Law Immunities and the International Criminal Court", American Journal of International Law (2004) vol. 98, no. 3, pp. 407-433
--- © Paola Gaeta, "Does President Al Bashir Enjoy Immunity from Arrest?", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2009) vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 315-332
--- Darryl Robinson, "The Identity Crisis of International Criminal Law", Leiden Journal of International Law (2008) vol. 21
--- Leena Grover, "A Call to Arms: Fundamental Dilemmas Confronting the Interpretation of Crimes in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court", The European Journal of International Law (2010) Vol. 21
--- Guido Acquaviva, "Forced Displacement and International Crimes", UNHCR Legal and Protection Policy Research Series, Division of International Protection, June 2011
--- © M. Cherif Bassiouni, Crimes Against Humanity, Historical Evolution and Contemporary Application, Cambridge, 2011
--- © Robert Cryer, “Royalism and the King: Article 21 of the Rome Statute and the Politics of Sources”, New Criminal Law Review (2009) Vol. 12, No. 3
--- © Carsten Stahn, Mohamed M. El Zeidy and Hector Olásolo, "The International Criminal Court's Ad Hoc Jurisdiction Revisited", American Journal of International Law (2005) Vol. 99
--- © Noah Weisbord, “Conceptualizing Aggression”, Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law (2009) Vol. 20
--- © Beth Van Schaack, “Crime of Aggression and Humanitarian Intervention on Behalf of Women”, International Criminal Law Review (2011) Vol. 11
--- © Muhammad Aziz Shukri, “Individual Criminal Responsibility for the Crime of Aggression”, Roberto Bellelli (ed.), International Criminal Justice: Law and Practice from the Rome Statute to Its Review, 519-545, Ashgate Publishing, Farnham, 2010
--- © Tom Ruys, ‘Armed Attack’ and Article 51 of the UN Charter, Evolutions in Customary Law and Practice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010
--- © Suzanne Wennberg, Introduktion Till Straffrätten, Norstedts juridik AB, Stockholm, 2001
--- © W.H. Parks, “Command Responsibility for War Crimes”, Military Law Review, 1973
--- © Guénael Mettraux, The Law of Command Responsibility, Oxford University Press, 2009
--- © Maria L Nybondas, Command Responsibility and its Applicability to Civilian Leaders, Asser Press, Amsterdam, 2010
--- © Volker Nerlich, "Superior Responsibility under Article 28 ICC Statute: For What Exactly is the Superior Held Responsible", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2007) Vol. 5
--- © C. Meloni, “Command Responsibility: Mode of Liability for the Crimes of Subordinates or Separate Offence of the Superior?”, Journal of International Criminal Justice (2007) Vol. 5, No. 3
--- © Linnea Kortfält, "Skuldkravet och personliga förutsättningar för straffbarhet", in Morten Bergsmo and Jo Stigen, (eds.), Nordisk introduktion till Internationell Straffrätt, 2010
--- © Linnea Kortfält, "Internationellt straffansvar för befäl i multinationella styrkor", in Berggren (ed.), Människan i NBF: Att förbereda för internationella missioner, FHS ILM, Stockholm, 2006
--- © Linnea Kortfält, Occupational Zoon Commanders, LAS, OTP, ICTY, 2003 (unpublished)
--- © Anne-Marie de Brouwer and Mikaela Heikkilä, “Victim Issues: Participation, Protection, Reparation, and Assistance”, in Göran Sluiter et al. (eds.), International Criminal Procedure – Principles and Rules, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013
--- © Manuel J. Ventura, “The ‘Reasonable Basis to Proceed’ Threshold in the Kenya and Côte d’Ivoire Proprio Motu Investigation Decisions: The International Criminal Court’s Lowest Evidentiary Standard?”
--- © Darryl Robinson, “Defining ‘Crimes Against Humanity’ at the Rome Conference”
--- © Héctor Olásolo, “The Prosecutor of the ICC before the Initiation of Investigations: a Quasi-Judicial or Political Body?”
--- © Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops, “Challenging the Legitimacy of Initiating Contemporary International Criminal Proceedings: Rethinking Prosecutorial Discretionary Powers from a Legal, Ethical and Political Perspective”
--- © Florian Razesberger, "The International Criminal Court: The Principle of Complementarity"
--- © Thomas Kreussmann (ed), "ICTY: Towards a Fair Trial?"
--- © Georghios M. Pikis, "The Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court, Analysis of the Statute, the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, the Regulations of the Court and Supplementary Instruments"
--- © Michael Bohlander (ed), “International Criminal Justice: A Critical Analysis of Institutions and Procedures”
--- © Dyan Mazurana et al. (eds), “Gender, Conflict and Peacekeeping”
--- Barbora Hola, Alette Smeulers and Catrien Bijleveld, "International Sentencing Facts and Figures, Sentencing Practice at the ICTY and ICTR"
--- © Denis Abels, "Prisoners of the International Community: The Legal Position of Persons Detained at International Criminal Tribunals"
--- © Roelof Haveman and Olaoluwa Olusanya (eds), "Sentencing and Sanctioning in Supranational Criminal Law"
--- © Silvia D’Ascoli, Sentencing in International Criminal Law: The Approach of the Two Ad Hoc Tribunals and Future Perspectives for the International Criminal Court, Hart Publishing, 2011
--- Michael Kurth, "The Lubanga Case of the International Criminal Court: A Critical Analysis of the Trial Chamber’s Findings on Issues of Active Use, Age and Gravity"
--- Van Diepen Van der Kroef Advocaten, Writ of Summons: District Court, The Hague
--- Major General C.W. Orme, Beyond Compliance: Professionalism, Trust and Capability in the Australian Profession of Arms, Report of the Australian Defence Force Personal Con-duct Review, Australian Government, Department of Defence, 2011
--- Martin Friedland, Controlling Misconduct in the Military, Study Prepared for the Commission of Inquiry into the Deployment of Canadian Forces to Somalia, Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, Ottawa, 1997
--- Eugene R. Fidell, Elizabeth L. Hillman and Dwight H. Sullivan (eds), Military Justice Cases and Materials: 2010–2011 Supplement, LexisNexis
--- Heike Krieger, “A Turn to Non-State Actors: Inducing Compliance with International Humanitarian Law in War-Torn Areas of Limited Statehood”, in SFB-Governance Working Group Paper (2013) no. 62
--- Hans Born and Ian Leigh, Handbook on Human Rights and Fundamental Rights of Armed Personnel, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), Warsaw, 2008
--- Duty With Honour: The Profession of Arms in Canada, Chief of Defence Staff, Ottawa, 2003
--- Daniel Lagacé-Roy, “The Profession of Arms and Competing Values: Making Sense”, in Elucidating the Future: Soldiers and their Civil-Military Environment, Austrian Armed Forces
--- Marko Attila Hoare, “Genocide in Bosnia and the Failure of International Justice”
--- Rodrigo Uprimny and Maria Saffon, “Transitional Justice, Restorative Justice and Reconciliation: Some Insights from the Colombian Case”
--- © Robert Cryer, "Sudan, Resolution 1593, and International Criminal Justice", Leiden Journal of International Law, Vol. 19 (2006)
--- © Mohamed El Zeidy, "The United States Dropped the Atomic Bomb of Article 16 of the ICC: Security Council Power of Deferrals and Resolution 1422", Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law vol. 35, (2002)
--- © Flavia Lattanzi and William Schabas (eds) "Essays on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Volume II"
--- © Roberto Lavelle, "A Vicious Storm in a Teacup: The Action by the United Nations Security Council to Narrow the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court", 14 Criminal Law Forum Vol. 14(2) (2003)
--- © Aly Mokhtar, "The Fine Art of Arm-Twisting: The US, Resolution 1422 and Security Council Deferral Power Under the Rome Statute", International Criminal Law Review Vol. 3(4) (2003)
--- © Luis Moreno-Ocampo, "Transitional Justice in Ongoing Conflicts", International Journal of Transitional Justice Vol. 1 (2007)
--- © Carsten Stahn, "The Ambiguities of Security Council Resolution 1422 (2002)", European Journal of International Law, Vol. 14 (2003)
--- © Carsten Stahn, "Complementarity, Amnesties and Alternative Forms of Justice: Some Interpretative Guidelines for the International Criminal Court", Journal of International Criminal Justice Vol. 3 (2005)
--- © Jennifer Trahan, "The Relationship Between the International Criminal Court and the UN Security Council: Parameters and Best Practices", Criminal Law Forum, Vol. 24(4) (2013)
--- © Salvatore Zappala, "Are Some Peacekeepers Better Than Others? UN Security Council Resolution 1497 (2003) and the ICC", Journal of International Criminal Justice, Vol.1(3) (2003)
--- Attila Bogdan, "Cumulative Charges, Convictions and Sentencing at the Ad Hoc International Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda", Melbourne Journal of International Law, Vol. 3
--- Linda E. Carter, "The Principle of Complementarity and the International Criminal Court", Santa Clara Journal of International Law, Vol 8
--- Gerard Conway, "Ne Bis in Idem in International Law", International Criminal Law Review, Vol 3
--- Gerard Conway, "Ne Bis in Idem and the International Criminal Tribunals", Criminal Law Forum, Vol 14
--- © Mohamed El-Zeidy, "The Principle of Complementarity in International Criminal Law: Origin, Development and Practice", Brill, The Hague (2008)
--- Lorraine Finlay, "Does the International Criminal Court Protect Against Double Jeopardy: An Analysis of Article 20 of the Rome Statute", University of California Davis Law Review, Vol 15, 2 (2009)
--- © Kriangsak Kittichaisaree, "International Criminal Law", Oxford University Press, Oxford (2001)
--- Ann-Marie La Rosa, "A Tremendous Challenge for the International Criminal Tribunals: Reconciling the Requirements of International Humanitarian Law with those of Fair Trial", International Review of the Red Cross
--- © Rosa Theofanis, "The Doctrine of Res Judicata in International Criminal Law", International Criminal Law Review, Vol 3
--- © Valeria Espinosa and Donald B. Rubin, “Did the Military Interventions in the Mexican Drug War Increase Violence?”
--- Koen Vlassenroot and Tim Raeymaekers, “Le Conflit En Ituri”
--- © Ralph Henham and Paul Behrens, "The Criminal Law of Genocide"
--- Anna Oehmichen, “Commentary Rome Statute: Part 10”, Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court
--- © Claus Kress and Göran Sluiter, “Imprisonment”, in A. Cassese, et al. (eds.), The Rome Statute of The International Criminal Court: A Commentary, Vol. II, Oxford University Press (2002) p. 1792-1795.
--- © K. Post, “Enforcement”, in R. S. Lee (ed.), The International Criminal Court: Elements of Crimes and Rules of Procedure and Evidence, Transnational Publishers Inc. (2001) p.674-702.
--- © Trevor Pascal Chimimba, “Establishing an Enforcement Regime”, in R.S. Lee (ed.), The International Criminal Court: the Making of the Rome Statute, Kluwer Law International (1999), p.353-356
--- © Esther Gumboh, “The Penalty of Life Imprisonment under International Criminal Law”, 11 African Human Rights Law Journal (2011), p.75-92
--- Zhang Binxin, 从卡拉季奇案看被告人的自我辩护权
--- Tae Hyun Choi and Sangkul Kim, “Nationalized International Criminal Law: Genocidal Intent, Command Responsibility, and an Overview of the South Korean Implementing Legislation of the ICC Statute”, Michigan State Journal of International Law, Volume 19
--- 金 庠 杰,국제형사재판소 검사의 면책증거개시의무와 면책증거해당성 판단행위
--- Zhang Binxin, 国际刑事法院对苏丹总统的逮捕令及其法律后果分析
--- Zhu Wenqi and Zhang Binxin, "Expectation of Prosecuting the Crimes of Genocide in China"
--- Anna Stavrianakis, Leng Xinyu and Zhang Binxin, "Arms and the Responsibility to Protect, Western and Chinese Involvement in Libya"
--- Terje Einarsen, "New Frontiers of International Criminal Law: Towards a Concept of Universal Crimes", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 1-21(2013)
--- © Dag Michalsen, "Between Rationalities and Emotions: Modes of Justifications of Criminal Law Reforms Around 1800", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp 98-105 (2013)
--- © Joseph Rikhof, "Prosecution of International Crimes - a Historical and Empirical Overview", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp 108-140 (2014)
--- Dan Helenius, "The If, How, and When of Criminal Jurisdiction – What is Criminal Jurisdiction Anyway?", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp 22-47 (2015)
--- Melanie Klinkner, "Is all Fair in Love and War Crimes Trials? Regulation 55 and the Katanga Case"
--- © James A. Green, "The ratione temporis elements of self-defence", Journal on the Use of Force and International Law, vol. 2, 2015, pp. 97-118
--- © Paola Gaeta, “The Defence of Superior Orders: The Statute of the International Criminal Court versus Customary International Law”, European Journal of International Law 10, 1999, pp.172–191.
--- © Dire Tladi, “The ICC Decisions on Chad and Malawi: On Cooperation, Immunities, and Article 98”, Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 11, no. 1, 2013
--- © M. Cherif Bassiouni and William A. Schabas (eds.), The Legislative History of the International Criminal Court, Second Edition, Brill Nijhoff, Leiden/Boston, 2016
--- © Mayeul Hiéramente, Philipp Müller, “Barasa, Bribery and Beyond: Offences against the administration of justice at the International Criminal Court, International Criminal Law Review, vol. 14, no. 6, 2014
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01.01.2010 © Piet Hein Van Kempen, "Early Release in the Context of International Human Rights Law", Commentary in André Klip and Göran Sluiter (eds.), Annotated Leading Cases of International Tribunals: The International Tribunal for Rwanda 2006-2007, Vol. 25
01.01.2010 © Valerie Oosterveld, "The International Criminal Court and the Closure of the Time-Limited International Hybrid Criminal Tribunals", Loyola University Chicago International Law Review (2010) vol. 8, no. 13
01.01.2010 © Roger O’Keefe, "Protection of Cultural Property Under International Criminal Law", Melbourne Journal of International Law (2010) vol. 11
01.01.2010 © Nout Van Woudenberg and Liesbeth Lijnzaad, (Eds.), Protecting Cultural Armed Conflict – An Insight into the 1999 Second Protocol to the Hague Convention of 1954 for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (2010)
01.01.2010 © Kevin J. Heller and Markus D. Dubber (eds), The Handbook of Comparative Criminal law, Stanford Law Books, Stanford, 2010
01.01.2010 © Anna Sanders, “New Frontiers in the ATS: Conspiracy and Joint Criminal Enterprise Liability After Sosa”, in Berkeley Journal of International Law, 2010, vol. 28
19.04.2010 Morten Bergsmo, Mads Harlem and Nobuo Hayashi (eds.), Importing Core International Crimes into National Criminal Law (Second Edition), FICHL Publication Series No. 1, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2010)
23.07.2010 Morten Bergsmo and Pablo Kalmanovitz (eds.), Law in Peace Negotiations (Second Edition), FICHL Publication Series No. 5, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2010)
23.07.2010 Morten Bergsmo, Kjetil Helvig, Ilia Utmelidze and Gorana Zagovec, The Backlog of Core International Crimes Case Files in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Second Edition), FICHL Publication Series No. 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2010
23.07.2010 Nobuo Hayashi (ed.), National Military Manuals on the Law of Armed Conflict (Second edition), FICHL Publication Series No. 2, 2010
18.10.2010 Héctor Olásolo, “The Role of the International Criminal Court in Preventing Atrocity Crimes Through Timely Intervention: From the Humanitarian Intervention Doctrine and Ex Post Facto Judicial Institutions to the Notion of Responsibility to Protect an
01.11.2010 © William A. Schabas and Nadia Bernaz, Routledge Handbook of International Criminal Law, Routledge, London (2011)
09.11.2010 Annika Jones and Alf Butenschøn Skre, "Military v. Civilian Justice for Core International Crimes", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 1 (2010)
17.12.2010 © Stefano Manacorda and Chantal Meloni, "Indirect Perpetration Versus Joint Criminal Enterprise: Concurring Approaches in the Practice of International Criminal Law?"
29.12.2010 © Thomas Weigend, "Perpetration Through an Organization: The Unexpected Career of a German Legal Concept"
31.12.2010 © Kevin Jon Heller, "Opt-ins and Opt-outs", Opinio Juris (2010)
31.12.2010 © Michael Glennon, "The Blank-Prose Crime of Aggression", Yale Journal of International Law, 2010, vol. 35, pp. 71-114
31.12.2010 © Robert Heinsch, "The Crime of Aggression After Kampala: Success or Burden for the Future?", Goettingen Journal of International Law (2010) vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 713-743
31.12.2010 © Eva Dwertmann, The Reparation System of the International Criminal Court: Its Implementation, Possibilities and Limitations, Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden/Boston, 2010
31.12.2010 © Mark Findlay and Ralph Henham, Beyond Punishment: Achieving International Criminal Justice, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2010
31.12.2010 © Bourgon, S. et al., Le caractère arbitraire de la procédure de certification des appels interlocutoires devant le Tribunal pénal pour l'ex-Yougoslavie (2010)(F).pdf
31.12.2010 © Floyd III, J.C. et al., International Criminal Tribunals, Dispensing Justice or Injustice? (2010)(E).pdf
01.01.2011 © William A. Schabas, An Introduction to the International Criminal Court, Fourth Edition, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011
01.01.2011 © Paul Behrens, "Assessment of International Criminal Evidence: The Case of the Unpredictable Génocidaire", in Zeitschrift für Ausländisches Öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht (2011) Vol. 71, No. 4
01.01.2011 © Damien Scalia, “Long-Term Sentences in International Criminal Law: Do They Meet the Standards Set Out by the European Court of Human Rights?”, Journal of International Criminal Justice (2011) vol. 9, no. 3
01.01.2011 © Klaus Hoffmann, “Some Remarks on the Enforcement of International Sentences in Light of the Galic case at the ICTY”, Zeitschrift für Internationale Strafrechtsdogmatik (ZIS), 2011, vol. 10
01.01.2011 © Micaela Frulli, "The Criminalization of Offences against Cultural Heritage in Times of Armed Conflict: The Quest of Consistency", European Journal of International Law (2011) vol. 22
01.01.2011 © Bert Swart et al. (eds), The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Oxford University Press (2011)
01.01.2011 © Gideon Boas, James L. Bischoff, Natalie L. Reid and B. Don Taylor III, International Criminal Law Practitioner Library Series Volume III: International Criminal Procedure, Cambridge University Press (2011)
05.01.2011 Kai Ambos, Florian Huber, The Colombian Peace Process and the Principle of Complementarity of the International Criminal Court: Is There Sufficient Willingness and Ability on the Part of the Colombian Authorities or Should the Prosecutor Open an Investiga
08.02.2011 Hans-Peter Kaul and LIU Daqun, "Implications of the Criminalisation of Aggression", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 2 (2011)
09.02.2011 Hans-Peter Kaul, "Is It Possible to Prevent or Punish Future Aggressive War-Making?", FICHL Occasional Paper Series No. 1 (2011)
07.04.2011 Richard Culp, "Enforcement and Monitoring of Sentences in the Modern War Crimes Process: Equal Treatment before the Law?"
21.06.2011 Sam Muller, Stavros Zouridis, Morly Frishman and Laura Kistemaker (eds.), "The Law of the Future and the Future of Law", FICHL Publication Series No. 11, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Oslo (2011)
18.08.2011 Gro Nystuen, "CCW Draft Protocol VI on Cluster Munitions - a Step Backwards", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 5 (2011)
31.12.2011 © Meire, P. et al., Génocide rwandais : le récit de quatre procès devant la Cour d'Assises de Bruxelles (2011)(F).pdf
01.01.2012 © Carsten Stahn, “Libya, the International Criminal Court and Complementarity: A Test for ‘Shared Responsibility’”, Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) Vol. 10, Issue 2
01.01.2012 © Paul Behrens, "Genocide and the Question of Motives", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) Vol. 10
01.01.2012 © Paul Behrens and Ralph Henham, Elements of Genocide, Routledge, 2012
01.01.2012 © Hirad Abtahi and Steven Arrigg Koh, “The Emerging Enforcement Practice of the International Criminal Court”, Cornell International Law Journal (2012) Vol. 45
01.01.2012 © Sarah Finnin, “Mental Elements Under Article 30 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: a Comparative Analysis”, International & Comparative Law Quarterly (2012) vol. 61
01.01.2012 © Sarah Finnin, Elements of Accessorial Modes of Liability: Article 25(3)(b) and (c) of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Nijhoff, Leiden–Boston, 2012
01.01.2012 © Torunn Salomonsen, “Joint Criminal Enterprise as a Way of Attributing International Crimes to Political Leaders – An Analysis and Discussion of the Doctrine as Interpreted by the ICTY in Cases Against Political Leaders Charged With Participation [...
06.02.2012 © James G. Stewart, "The End of ‘Modes of Liability’ for International Crimes"
04.05.2012 © Christoph Safferling, International Criminal Procedure, Oxford University Press, 2012
07.06.2012 Platform Will Seek Establishment of a Supranational Court for International Crimes Committed by Communists
12.07.2012 Steven Smart, “Setting the Record Straight: The Military Justice System and Sexual Assault”
30.07.2012 © Jens David Ohlin, "Second-Order Linking Principles: Combining Vertical and Horizontal Modes of Liability"
01.08.2012 © Charles Jalloh, "Kenya vs. The ICC Prosecutor", Harvard International Law Journal Online, August 2012, Vol. 53
15.08.2012 Terje Einarsen, "The Concept of Universal Crimes in International Law", FICHL Publication Series No. 14 (2012)
31.08.2012 Dov Jacobs, "Positivism and International Criminal Law: The Principle of Legality as a Rule of Conflict of Theories", 2012
01.10.2012 Afua Hirsch, "Ten Years of the ICC: Politicised Puppet or Legal Pioneer?"
31.10.2012 Sam Muller and Stavros Zouridis (eds.), "Law and Justice: A Strategy Perspective", Law of the Future Series No. 2 (2012)
31.10.2012 Sam Muller, Stavros Zouridis, Morly Frishman and Laura Kistemaker (eds.), "The Law of the Future and the Future of Law, Volume II", Law of the Future Series No. 1 (2012)
19.11.2012 Morten Bergsmo and CHEAH Wui Ling (eds.), "Old Evidence and Core International Crimes", FICHL Publication Series No. 16 (2012)
19.11.2012 Morten Bergsmo and Ling Yan (eds.), "State Sovereignty and International Criminal Law", FICHL Publication Series No. 15 (2012) (Chinese)
19.11.2012 Morten Bergsmo and LING Yan (eds.), "State Sovereignty and International Criminal Law", FICHL Publication Series No. 15 (2012)
19.12.2012 Miodrag Majić and Dušan Ignjatović, "Ten Lessons from Serbia’s Experience in War Crimes Issues", FICHL Policy Brief Series No.9, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2012)
24.12.2012 Ayelet Berman, Sanderjin Duquet, Joost Pauwelyn, Ramses A. Wessel, and Jan Wouters (eds.), "Informal International Lawmaking: Case Studies" Law of the Future Series No. 3 (2012)
31.12.2012 © Kevin Jon Heller, "The Uncertain Legal Status of the Aggression Understandings", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) vol. 10, pp. 229-248
31.12.2012 © Kevin Jon Heller, "The Uncertain Legal Status of the Aggression Understandings", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) vol. 10, pp. 229-248
31.12.2012 © Marko Milanovic, "Aggression and Legality Custom in Kampala", Journal of International Criminal Justice (2012) vol. 10, pp. 165-187
31.12.2012 © Cesoni, M. et al., Juridictions pénales internationales et Conseil de sécurité : une justice politisée (2012)(F).pdf
31.12.2012 © Bachmann, S. et al., Aggression as "Organized Hypocrisy"- How the War on Terrorism and Hybrid Threats Challenge the Nuremberg Legacy (2012)(E).pdf
31.12.2012 © Cesoni, M.L., et al., Justice pénale internationale et Conseil de sécurité : une justice politisée (2012)(F).pdf
31.12.2012 © Falkowska, M. et al., L'opposition de l'Union Africaine aux poursuites contre Omar Al bashir - Analyse des arguments juridiques avancés pour entraver le travail de la Cour pénale internationale et leur expression sur le terrain [...] (2012)(F).pdf
31.12.2012 © Bosly, H-D. et al., Génocide, crimes contre l'humanité et crimes de guerre face à la justice: les juridictions internationales et les tribunaux nationaux (2012)(F).pdf
31.12.2012 © Dive, G. et al., From Rome to Kampala: The first 2 amendments to the Rome Statute (2012)(E).pdf
31.12.2012 © Kolb, R. et al., Droit international pénal : précis (2012)(F).pdf
01.01.2013 © Göran Sluiter et al. (eds.), International Criminal Procedure: Principles and Rules, Oxford University Press, 2013
01.01.2013 © Paul De Hert, Jean Flamme, Mathias Holvoet and Olivia Struyven, Code of International Criminal Law and Procedure, Annotated, Larcier Ghent, 2013
01.01.2013 © Jens D. Ohlin, "Targeting and the Concept of Intent", Cornell Law Faculty Working Papers 104 (2013)
01.01.2013 © Antonio Cassese et al., International Criminal Law, Third Edition, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013
01.01.2013 © Mohamed E. Badar, The Concept of Mens Rea in International Criminal Law: The Case for a Unified Approach, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2013
01.01.2013 © Janine Natalya Clark, “Courting Controversy: The ICTY’s Acquittal of Croatian Generals Gotovina and Markač”, Journal of International Criminal Justice, 2013, vol. 11, no. 2
24.01.2013 Lord Iain Bonomy, "Principles of Distinction and Protection at the ICTY", FICHL Occasional Paper Series No. 3 (2013)
24.01.2013 James Chan, "Judicial Oversight over Article 12(3) of the ICC Statute", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 11, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013)
24.01.2013 M. Bergsmo, A. Butenschøn Skre, Cheah W.L. and E. Wood, "Examining Thematic Prosecutions and the Challenges of Understanding and Proving International Sex Crimes", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 10, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013)
24.01.2013 Miodrag Majić and Dušan Ignjatović, "Deset Smernica Zasnovanih na Iskustvu Srbije Vezanom za Pitanja Ratnih Zločina", FICHL Policy Brief Series No.9, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2012)
07.03.2013 Yi Ping, "戦争と平和の間――発足期日本国際法学における「正しい戦争」の観念とその帰結", FICHL Publication Series No. 17, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2013
28.05.2013 Jennifer Easterday, "A Closer Look at Regulation 55 at the ICC"
01.06.2013 “War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia: Two Puzzling Judgments in The Hague”, The Economist, 1 June 2013
14.06.2013 Bridget Conley, "Acquittals at the ICTY and the Limitations of a Legal Approach to Conflict", World Peace Foundation, 14 June 2013
17.07.2013 Emilie Hunter, Dorothy Estrada-Tanck and María Luisa Piqué, "‘Nunca Más’: Conectando las Posiciones Latinoamericanas Sobre Impunidad con la Complementariedad Positiva Utilizando Recursos Tecnológicos" in FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 16, 2013
17.07.2013 Emilie Hunter, Dorothy Estrada-Tanck and María Luisa Piqué, "'Nunca Más': Connecting Latin American Approaches to Impunity with Positive Complementarity Using Technology Driven Resources", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 16, 2013
17.07.2013 Emilie Hunter and Alexandre Skander Galand, "'Arab Spring' to Accountability: Supporting Criminal Justice for Atrocity in North Africa and the Middle East", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 15, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013) [Arabic]
17.07.2013 Emilie Hunter and Alexandre Skander Galand, "'Arab Spring' to Accountability: Supporting Criminal Justice for Atrocity in North Africa and the Middle East", FICHL Policy Brief Series 15, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013)
17.07.2013 Morten Bergsmo, Arne Willy Dahl and Richard Sousa, "Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 14, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013) (Arabic)
17.07.2013 Morten Bergsmo, Arne Willy Dahl and Richard Sousa, "El Autointerés Militar en la Rendición de Cuentas por Crímenes Contra el Derecho Internacional", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 14, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013)
17.07.2013 Morten Bergsmo, Arne Willy Dahl and Richard Sousa, "L’intérêt Propre Aux Forces Armées Pour la Responsabilité de Leurs Membres en Matière de Crimes Internationaux Fondamentaux", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 14 (2013)
17.07.2013 Morten Bergsmo, Arne Willy Dahl and Richard Sousa, "Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 14, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013)
17.07.2013 Xiao Jingren and Zhang Xin, "A Realist Perspective on China and the International Criminal Court", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 13, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013)
17.07.2013 Yi Ping, "The Contemporary Relevancy of the ‘Just War’ Concept in the Early Years of International Legal Studies in Japan", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 12, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2013)
28.11.2013 Coalition for the International Criminal Court, "ICC must be Defended from Political Interference", Press Release
28.11.2013 FIDH, "Justice at Risk: States Parties to the ICC Statute Concede to Political Pressure"
01.12.2013 The Star, "ICC will not Entertain Politics - Bensouda"
31.12.2013 Sabine Gless and Jeannine Martin, "The Comparative Method in European Courts: A Comparison Between the CJEU and ECtHR?", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 36-52 (2013)
31.12.2013 Peter Asp, "Harmonisation of Penalties and Sentencing within the EU", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 53-62 (2013)
31.12.2013 © Arman Sarvarian, Professional Ethics at the International Bar, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013
01.01.2014 © Caroline Ehlert, Prosecuting the Destruction of Cultural Property in International Criminal Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, 2014
01.01.2014 © Barbora Hola and Joris van Wijk, “Life after Conviction at International Criminal Tribunals”, Journal of International Criminal Justice (2014) Vol. 12
01.01.2014 © Sara Porro, “Risk and Mental Element: an Analysis of National and International Law on Core Crimes”, DPhil Thesis, University of Hamburg (2014)
01.01.2014 © Alicia Gil Gil, “Mens Rea in Co-Perpetration and Indirect Perpetration According to Article 30 of the Rome Statute. Arguments Against Punishment for Excesses Committed by the Agent or the Co-Perpetrator”, International Criminal Law Review, vol. 14
01.01.2014 © Carsten Stahn (ed), The Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court: A Critical Account of Challenges and Achievements, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014
01.01.2014 © Triestino Mariniello (ed), The International Criminal Court in Search of its Purpose and Identity, Routledge, London, 2014
11.02.2014 Jessica Kelder, “Rehabilitating War Criminals: What Happens To Those Convicted By the ICTY and ICTR Post-Conviction?”
08.03.2014 Kevin Jon Heller, "Another Terrible Day for the OTP"
10.03.2014 Dov Jacobs, "The ICC Katanga Judgment: A Commentary (part 1): Investigation, Interpretation and The Crimes"
29.05.2014 Marina Aksenova, "Returning to Complicity for Core International Crimes", in Policy Brief 17 (2014)
29.05.2014 Marina Aksenova, "Returning to Complicity for Core International Crimes", in Policy Brief 17 (2014) (Russian)
01.06.2014 © Robert Cryer, Friman Hakan, Darryl Robinson and Elizabeth Wilmshurst, An Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure, 3rd ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2014)
01.06.2014 Christopher Mahony, Hannah Clark, Meghan Bolwell, Tom Simcock, Richard Potter, and Jia Meng, "Where Politics Borders Law: The Malawi-Tanzania Boundary Dispute"
09.06.2014 Song Tianying, "Conspiracy to Commit Genocide and Its Exclusion from the ICC Statute", in Policy Brief Series 18 (2014)
10.06.2014 Julia Bogoeva, "From Lies to Crimes: The Milošević Switch from Communism to Nationalism as State Policy", in Policy Brief Series 19 (2014)
23.06.2014 Zhong Yuxiang, "Criminal Immunity of State Officials for Core International Crimes Now and in the Future", in Policy Brief Series 20 (2014)
25.06.2014 Chen Bo, "'Dignity' and the Incomplete Grounding of International Human Rights", in Policy Brief Series 21 (2014)
16.07.2014 Zhang Xin, "Implementation Discretion and Relevancy of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights", in Policy Brief Series 26 (2014)
17.07.2014 Shi Bei, "Protecting the Right to Life from Nuclear Weapons", in Policy Brief Series 22 (2014)
24.07.2014 © Leila Nadya Sadat and Jarrod M. Jolly, "Seven Canons of ICC Treaty Interpretation: Making Sense of Article 25's Rorschach Blot"
03.09.2014 Courrier De l'ACAT: La Compétence Universelle, Une Arme Contre l'impunité
30.09.2014 Zhu Feng, "The ICCPR Reporting Procedure in Special Administrative Regions of China: Process, Challenges and Perspectives", in Policy Brief Series 25, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014
06.10.2014 Wang Ying, "Why Are Chinese Peacekeepers So Disciplined?", in Policy Brief Series 24 (2014)
12.10.2014 Zhu Dan, "Who Politicizes the International Criminal Court?", in Policy Brief Series 28 (2014)
12.10.2014 Xue Ru, "China’s Policy Towards the ICC Seen Through the Lens of the UN Security Council", in Policy Brief Series 27 (2014)
12.10.2014 Liu Yiqiang, "Exploring Peace Through Justice Should Be An Essential Element of China’s Anti-Fascist War Memorialisation", in Policy Brief Series 23, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014.
13.10.2014 Zhang Binxin, "Criminal Justice for World War II Atrocities in China", in Policy Brief Series 29 (2014)
30.11.2014 Claus Kreß, "Towards a Truly Universal Invisible College of International Criminal Lawyers", FICHL Occasional Paper Series No. 4
01.12.2014 © Leena Grover, Interpreting Crimes in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2014)
11.12.2014 Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (eds), 'On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention', FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014)
11.12.2014 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (eds), 'Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1', FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014)
11.12.2014 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (eds), 'Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2', FICHL Publication Series No. 21 (2014)
12.12.2014 CHEAH Wui Ling and CHOONG Xun Ning, “Introduction: Historical Origins of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20,
12.12.2014 David Cohen, “The Historiography of the Historical Foundations of Theories of Responsibility in International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1
12.12.2014 LIU Daqun, “International Law and International Humanitarian Law in Ancient China”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014)
12.12.2014 Geoffrey Robertson, “The Tyrannicide Brief”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 SHI Bei, ZENG Siqi and ZHANG Qi, “Chinese Confucianism and Other Prevailing Chinese Practices in the Rise of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume
12.12.2014 Jackson Nyamunya Maogoto, “The 1919 Paris Peace Conference and the Allied Commission: Challenging Sovereignty Through Supranational Criminal Jurisdiction”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Cr
12.12.2014 Kirsten Sellars, “Trying the Kaiser: The Origins of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014)
12.12.2014 Paul Mevis and Jan Reijntjes, “Hang Kaiser Wilhelm! But For What? A Criminal Law Perspective”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014)
12.12.2014 Joseph Rikhof, “The Istanbul and Leipzig Trials: Myth or Reality?”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014)
12.12.2014 Wolfgang Form, “Law as Farce: On the Miscarriage of Justice at the German Leipzig Trials: The Llandovery Castle Case”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1
12.12.2014 Matthias Neuner, “When Justice Is Left to the Losers: The Leipzig War Crimes Trials”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014)
12.12.2014 Lina Laurinaviciute, Regina M. Paulose and Ronald G. Rogo, “The Forgotten: The Armenian Genocide 100 Years Later”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1
12.12.2014 Anatoly Levshin, “At the Crossroads of Law and Licence: Reflections on the Anomalous Origins of the Crime of Aggressive War”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1
12.12.2014 Dan Piesch and Shanti Sattler, “Before Nuremberg: Considering the Work of the United Nations War Crimes Commission of 1943–1948”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1
12.12.2014 Kerstin von Lingen, “Defining Crimes Against Humanity: The Contribution of the United Nations War Crimes Commission to International Criminal Law, 1944–1947”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 Anja Bihler, “Late Republican China and the Development of International Criminal Law: China‘s Role in the United Nations War Crimes Commission in London and Chungking”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 Kirsten Sellars, “Founding Nuremberg: Innovation and Orthodoxy at the 1945 London Conference”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014)
12.12.2014 David S. Koller, “The Nuremberg Legacy in the Historical Development of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (
12.12.2014 Guido Acquaviva, “Doubts about Nullum Crimen and Superior Orders: Language Discrepancies in the Nuremberg Judgment and their Significance”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volu
12.12.2014 Axel Fischer, “Promoting International Criminal Law: The Nuremberg Trial Film Project and US Information Policy after the Second World War”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Vol
12.12.2014 David Cohen, “Preface”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Immi Tallgren, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Geoffrey Robertson, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, FICHL Publication Series No. 20 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Neil Boister, “The Tokyo Military Tribunal: A Show Trial?”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2, FICHL Publication Series No. 21 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
12.12.2014 Yuma Totani, “International Military Tribunals at Tokyo, 1946–1949: Individual Responsibility for War Crimes”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 Milinda Banerjee, “Does International Criminal Justice Require a Sovereign? Historicising Radhabinod Pal’s Tokyo Judgment in Light of his ‘Indian’ Legal Philosophy”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 Ann-Sophie Schoepfel-Aboukrat, “The War Court as a Form of State Building: The French Prosecution of Japanese War Crimes at the Saigon and Tokyo Trials”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Crim
12.12.2014 Longwan XIANG and Marquise Lee HOULE, “In Search of Justice for China: The Contributions of Judge Hsiang Che-chun to the Prosecution of Japanese War Criminals at the Tokyo Trial”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 Lisette Schouten, “From Tokyo to the United Nations: B.V.A. Röling, International Criminal Jurisdiction and the Debate on Establishing an International Criminal Court, 1949–1957”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 LING Yan, “The 1956 Japanese War Crimes Trials in China”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2, FICHL Publication Series No. 21 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
12.12.2014 Barak Kushner, “Chinese War Crimes Trials of Japanese, 1945–1956: A Historical Summary”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2, FICHL Publication Series No. 21 (2014)
12.12.2014 ZHANG Tianshu, “The Forgotten Legacy: China’s Post-Second World War Trials of Japanese War Criminals, 1946–1956”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 CHEAH Wui Ling, “Post-Second World War British Trials in Singapore: Lost in Translation at the Car Nicobar Spy Case”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 Nina H.B. Jørgensen and Danny Friedmann, “Enforced Prostitution in International Law Through the Prism of the Dutch Temporary Courts Martial at Batavia”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Cri
12.12.2014 Narelle Morris, “Obscuring the Historical Origins of International Criminal Law in Australia: The Australian War Crimes Investigations and Prosecutions of Japanese, 1942–1951”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 Moritz Vormbaum, “An “Indispensable Component of the Elimination of Fascism”: War Crimes Trials and International Criminal Law in the German Democratic Republic”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 Christian Pöpken, “Towards the Domestic Prosecution of Nazi Crimes Against Humanity: The British, Control Council Law No. 10 and the German Supreme Court for the British Zone, 1947–1950”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 Ditlev Tamm, “Prosecution of War Criminals in the North: Danish and Norwegian Experiences after the Second World War”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 Immi Tallgren, “Martyrs and Scapegoats of the Nation? The Finnish War-Responsibility Trial, 1945–1946”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2, FICHL Publication Series No.
12.12.2014 Valentyna Polulina, “Soviet War Crimes Policy in the Far East: The Bacteriological Warfare Trial at Khabarovsk, 1949”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 Mark A. Drumbl, “The Supreme National Tribunal of Poland and the History of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2, FICHL Publication Series No.
12.12.2014 Patrycja Grzebyk, “The Role of the Polish Supreme National Tribunal in the Development of Principles of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 Marcin Marcinko, “The Concept of Genocide in the Trials of Nazi Criminals before the Polish Supreme National Tribunal”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 Veronika Bílková, “Post-Second World War Trials in Central and Eastern Europe”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2, FICHL Publication Series No. 21 (2014)
12.12.2014 Tamás Hoffmann, “Post-Second World War Hungarian Criminal Justice and International Law: The Legacy of the People’s Tribunals”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2
12.12.2014 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, YI Ping, “Editors’ Preface”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2, FICHL Publication Series No. 21 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublish
12.12.2014 Hans-Peter Kaul, “Preface”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Hans Corell, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying, “A Crimes Against Humanity Convention After the Establishment of the International Criminal Court”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention
12.12.2014 Leila Nadya Sadat, “Codifying the ‘Laws of Humanity’ and the ‘Dictates of the Public Conscience’: Towards a New Global Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity C
12.12.2014 Eleni Chaitidou, “The ICC Case Law on the Contextual Elements of Crimes Against Humanity”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014)
12.12.2014 Darryl Robinson, “The Draft Convention on Crimes Against Humanity: What to Do With the Definition?”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014)
12.12.2014 María Luisa Piqué, “Beyond Territory, Jurisdiction, and Control: Towards a Comprehensive Obligation to Prevent Crimes Against Humanity”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention
12.12.2014 Travis Weber, “The Obligation to Prevent in the Proposed Convention Examined in Light of the Obligation to Prevent in the Genocide Convention”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention
12.12.2014 Julie Pasch, “State Obligation to Punish Core International Crimes and the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18
12.12.2014 Rhea Brathwaite, “Towards Greater Coherence in International Criminal Law: Comparing Protected Groups in Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention
12.12.2014 Christen Price, “The Proposed Convention on Crimes Against Humanity and Human Trafficking”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014)
12.12.2014 Rita Maxwell, “The Responsibility to Protect and to Prosecute: Reflections on the Canadian Experience and Recommendations for the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Again
12.12.2014 Mary Kate Whalen, “U.S. Role in the Prevention and Prosecution of and Response to Crimes Against Humanity”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014)
12.12.2014 Ian Kennedy, “The Proposed Convention on Crimes Against Humanity and Aut Dedere Aut Judicare”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Series No. 18 (2014), Torkel Opsahl Aca
12.12.2014 SHANG Weiwei and ZHANG Yueyao, “The Aut Dedere Aut Judicare Provision in the Proposed Convention on Crimes Against Humanity: Assessment from a Chinese perspective”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity
12.12.2014 Tessa Bolton, “The Proposed Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes Against Humanity: Developments and Deficiencies”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention, FICHL Publication Se
12.12.2014 Narinder Singh, "Forward", in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Eivind S. Homme, "Forward", in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying, YI Ping and ZHANG Binxin, “Doctrine and the Scope of the Historical Landscape of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of
12.12.2014 Manoj Kumar Sinha, “The Manusmṛti and Laws of Warfare in Ancient India”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Emiliano J. Buis, “Between Isonomía and Hegemonía: Political Complexities of Transitional Justice in Ancient Greece”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3
12.12.2014 Shavana Musa, “War Crimes Trials and Pre-Nineteenth Century Admiralty Court Precedents”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublis
12.12.2014 Jens Iverson, “The Trials of Charles I, Henry Wirz and Pol Pot: Why Historic Cases Are Often Forgotten and the Meaning of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of Intern
12.12.2014 Gregory S. Gordon, “International Criminal Law’s ‘Oriental Pre-Birth’: The 1894–1900 Trials of the Siamese, Ottomans and Chinese”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Crim
12.12.2014 Benjamin E. Brockman-Hawe, “Constructing Humanity’s Justice: Accountability for ‘Crimes Against Humanity’ in the Wake of the Syria Crisis of 1860”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of Int
12.12.2014 William Schabas, “The Katyn Forest Massacre and the Nuremberg Trial”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
12.12.2014 Patryk I. Labuda, “The Lieber Code, Retaliation and the Origins of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic
12.12.2014 GUO Yang, “The Grave Breaches Regime of the 1949 Geneva Conventions: Origins, Developments and Prospects”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsah
12.12.2014 Philipp Ambach, “From State to Individual: Evolution and Future Challenges of the Transposition of International Humanitarian Law into International Criminal Trials Against Individuals”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (ed
12.12.2014 Helen Brady and Ryan Liss, “The Evolution of Persecution as a Crime Against Humanity”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublishe
12.12.2014 Sheila Paylan and Agnieszka Klonowiecka-Milart, “Examining the Origins of Crimes against Humanity and Genocide”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3
12.12.2014 Meagan S. Wong, “Individual Criminal Responsibility for Violations of Jus ad Bellum under Customary International Law: From Nuremberg to Kampala”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of Internatio
12.12.2014 Marina Aksenova, “Shaping the Definition of Complicity in International Criminal Law: Tensions and Contradictions”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3
12.12.2014 Zahra Kesmati, “The Evolution of Conspiracy as a Mode of Collective Criminal Liability Since Nuremberg”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3
12.12.2014 Chantal Meloni, “The Evolution of Command Responsibility in International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublis
12.12.2014 Hitomi Takemura, “The History of the Defence of Superior Orders and its Intersection with International Human Rights Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume
12.12.2014 Hae Kyung Kim, “International Criminal Law Issues in the Fight against Terrorism: The Criminalisation of Conspiracy in Japan and South Korea”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
12.12.2014 ZHANG Binxin, “Mitigating Circumstances in International Criminal Sentencing”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Bruss
31.12.2014 Annika Suominen, "What Role for Legal Certainty in Criminal Law Within the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the EU?", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp 1-31 (2014)
31.12.2014 Dan Frände, "The Nordic Criminal Law Doctrine in a European Setting – Challenges and Potential", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp 100-105 (2014)
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17.04.2015 Auschwitz Survivor Angers Co-Plaintiffs in SS Officer Trial by Saying Prosecutions Should Stop
19.05.2015 Kevin Jon Heller, "Regulation 55 and the Irrelevance of the Confirmation Hearing"
29.05.2015 Carsten Stahn, "International Criminal Justice and Reconciliation: Beyond the Retributive v. Restorative Divide", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 36 (2015)
29.05.2015 Wolfgang Kaleck, "Double Standards: International Criminal Law and the West", FICHL Publication Series No. 26 (2015)
29.05.2015 Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (eds), "Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes", FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015)
29.05.2015 David Re, "The Special Tribunal for Lebanon and National Reconciliation", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 32 (2015)
29.05.2015 Marina Aksenova and Morten Bergsmo, "Defining the Purposes, Mandates and Outcomes of Fact-Finding Commissions Beyond International Criminal Justice", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 38 (2015)
29.05.2015 Susan R. Lamb, "Reconciliation v. Accountability: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 34 (2015)
29.05.2015 Wolfgang Kaleck, "Double Standards in International Criminal Justice: A Long Road Ahead Towards Universal Justice", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 37 (2015)
29.05.2015 Mirko Klarin, "The Elusive Reconciliation in the Former Yugoslavia: Role of the ICTY", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 31 (2015)
29.05.2015 William H. Wiley, "Societal Reconciliation, the Rule of Law and the Iraqi High Tribunal", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 35 (2015)
29.05.2015 Gabriella Citroni, "Enforced Disappearance in Mexico: Progress and Remaining Challenges", FICHL Policy Brief No. 39 (2015)
29.05.2015 Gabriella Citroni, "La Desaparición Forzada En México: Entre Avances y Retos Pendientes", FICHL Policy Brief No. 39 (2015)
29.05.2015 Andrew T. Cayley, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
29.05.2015 William J. Fenrick, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
29.05.2015 William K. Lietzau, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
29.05.2015 Richard Saller, “Preface”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
29.05.2015 Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying, “Ensuring Accountability for Core International Crimes in Armed Forces: Obligations and Self-Interest”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Cr
29.05.2015 Arne Willy Dahl, “Military Justice and Self-Interest in Accountability”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015)
29.05.2015 Richard J. Goldstone, “Ownership of International Humanitarian Law”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015)
29.05.2015 SONG Tianying, “The International Humanitarian Law Implementation Paradigm and the Idea of Military Self-Interest in Accountability”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes
29.05.2015 Elizabeth L. Hillman, “Accountability in the 19th-Century US Army”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015)
29.05.2015 Bruce Houlder, “The Self-Interest of Armed Forces in Accountability for Their Members for Core International Crimes: Carrot Is Better than Stick”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core Interna
29.05.2015 Agus Widjojo, “Contextual Analysis of Accountability for Core International Crimes: A Perspective From the Indonesian Armed Forces”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes
29.05.2015 Marlene Mazel, “Compliance with the Law of Armed Conflict: An Israeli Perspective”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 25 (2015)
29.05.2015 Adel Maged, “The Impact of Religion on Military Self-Interest in Accountability: An Islamic Sharīʿah Perspective”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes
29.05.2015 Kiki Anastasia Japutra, “The Interest of States in Accountability for Sexual Violence in Armed Conflicts: A Case Study of Comfort Women of the Second World War”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability f
29.05.2015 Christopher Mahony, “If You’re Not at the Table, You’re on the Menu: Complementarity and Self-Interest in Domestic Processes for Core International Crimes”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors)
29.05.2015 Christopher Jenks, “Self-Interest or Self-Inflicted? How the United States Charges Its Service Members for Violating the Laws of War”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crime
29.05.2015 Franklin D. Rosenblatt, “Awakening Self-Interest: American Military Justice in Afghanistan and Iraq”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 2
29.05.2015 Roberta Arnold, “Prosecuting Members of the Armed Forces for Core International Crimes: A Judicial Act in the Self-Interest of the Armed Forces?”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core Interna
29.05.2015 Róisín Burke, “Troop Discipline, the Rule of Law and Mission Operational Effectiveness in Conflict-Affected States”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes
29.05.2015 Elizabeth Santalla Vargas, “Military or Civilian Jurisdiction for International Crimes? An Approach from Self-Interest in Accountability of Armed Forces in International Law”, in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors)
30.06.2015 Erik Møse, "The ICTR and Reconciliation in Rwanda", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 30 (2015)
30.06.2015 Olga Kavran, "Public Proceedings, Outreach and Reconciliation", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 40 (2015)
30.06.2015 Eugène Bakama Bope, "The ICC and Reconciliation in the DRC", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 41 (2015)
30.06.2015 © Julija Bogoeva, "Prosecuting War Criminals as the Basis for Reconciliation Policy", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 42 (2015)
21.07.2015 Hernán Garza Villarreal, "National Mechanisms to Document Victims of Human Rights Violations in Mexico", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 43 (2015)
31.08.2015 Chao Yi, "The Role of International Criminal Law in the Global Legal Order", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 46 (2015)
31.10.2015 War Crimes Research Office, “The Confirmation of Charges Process at the International Criminal Court: A Critical Assessment and Recommendations for Change”, October 2015
19.11.2015 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors): Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, FICHL Publication Series No. 22 (2015)
19.11.2015 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors): Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, FICHL Publication Series No. 23 (2015)
19.11.2015 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors): Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, FICHL Publication Series No. 23 (2015)
19.11.2015 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors): Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, FICHL Publication Series No. 22 (2015)
19.11.2015 Anurada Bakshi, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
19.11.2015 LING Yan, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
19.11.2015 Wegger Christian Strømmen, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
19.11.2015 Volker Nerlich, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
19.11.2015 ZHU Wenqi, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
19.11.2015 Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying, YI Ping and ZHANG Binxin, “The Role of Internationalised Jurisdictions, National Jurisdictions and Other Actors in the Making of the History of International Criminal Law”
19.11.2015 David Re, “Evolutionary, Revolutionary, or Something More Sinister? How the Nuremberg and Tokyo Procedures and Rules Continue to Influence International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 LIU Daqun, “Contribution of the United Nations Ad Hoc Tribunals to the Development of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4
19.11.2015 Serge Brammertz and Kevin C. Hughes, “From Primacy to Complementarity: The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, 1993–2015”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 Patricia Pinto Soares, “Article 17 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: Complementarity – Between Novelty, Refinement and Consolidation”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 Mareike Schomerus, “International Criminal Law in Peace Processes: The Case of the International Criminal Court and the Lord’s Resistance Army”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 Seta Makoto, “Expanding the Scope of Universal Jurisdiction through Municipal Law: From Piracy to the Crime of Aggression via the Eichmann Trial”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 Natalia M. Luterstein, “A Historical Approach to International Criminal Law through the Lenses of Domestic Prosecutions: Judging Massive Human Rights Violations in Argentina”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 Hilde Farthofer, “Peace and Security and the State’s Use of Criminal Law and Justice: The Case of West Germany”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4
19.11.2015 Itai Apter, “Civil Litigation and International Criminal Law – the Historical Discourse: Do the Two Go Together Even If Not Intended?”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Crimi
19.11.2015 Md. Mostafa Hosain, “The Significance of Bangladesh’s International Crimes (Tribunals) Act in the History of International Criminal Law and Justice”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 Helge Brunborg, “The Introduction of Demographic Analysis to Prove Core International Crimes”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4
19.11.2015 Mutoy Mubiala, “The Historical Contribution of International Fact-Finding Commissions”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublish
19.11.2015 Yaron Gottlieb, “Addressing Genocide, Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes in INTERPOL’s Practice: Historical Milestones and Recent Developments”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors)
19.11.2015 Mark A. Lewis, “The History of the International Association of Penal Law, 1924–1950: Liberal, Conservative, or Neither?”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volu
19.11.2015 Marquise Lee Houle, “China and the War Crimes Far Eastern and Pacific Sub-Commission”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublishe
19.11.2015 Ustinia Dolgopol, “Civil Society’s Engagement with International Criminal Law: The Role of Peoples’ Tribunals”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4
19.11.2015 Barrie Sander, “International Criminal Justice as Progress: From Faith to Critique”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 4, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
19.11.2015 Furuya Shuichi, “Victim Participation, Reparations and Reintegration as Historical Building Blocks of International Criminal Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling, SONG Tianying and YI Ping (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law
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31.12.2015 Sarah Summers, "EU Criminal Law and the Regulation of Information and Communication Technology", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp 48-60 (2015)
31.12.2015 Frank Zimmermann, "Conflicts of Criminal Jurisdiction in the European Union", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp 1-21 (2015)
31.12.2015 Gert Johan Kjelby, "Some Aspects of and Perspectives on the Public Prosecutor’s Objectivity according to ECtHR Case-Law", Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp 61-83 (2015)
08.04.2016 Eloi Urwodhi and M. Nengowe Amundala, "Challenges in the Repression of Core International Crimes in the DRC", FICHL Policy Brief Series 44, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Eloi Urwodhi and M. Nengowe Amundala, "Les défis de la répression des crimes internationaux en R. D. Congo", FICHL Policy Brief Series 44, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 José A. Guevara B., "Why the ICC Should Open a Preliminary Examination in Mexico: Allegations of Torture Committed in the Context of the War on Drugs", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 45, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Shikha Chhibbar, "Sexual Violence in Private Space: Marital Rape in India", FICHL Policy Brief Series 52, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 GUO Jing, "On the Future of Regulation 55", FICHL Policy Brief Series 55, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Pooja Bakshi, "Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones and State Responses in India", FICHL Policy Brief Series 53, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Gunnar M. Ekeløve-Slydal, "ICTY Shifts Have Made Its Credibility Quake", FICHL Policy Brief Series 49, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Frederik Harhoff, "Mystery Lane: A Note on Independence and Impartiality in International Criminal Trials", FICHL Policy Brief Series 47, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Julija Bogoeva, "International Judges and Government Interests: The Case of President Meron", FICHL Policy Brief Series 48, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 GONG Renren, "On Human Rights and Traditional Culture", FICHL Policy Brief Series 50, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 José A. Guevara B., "Por qué la CPI debería abrir un examen preliminar en México: Alegaciones de tortura cometida en el contexto de la guerra contra las drogas", FICHL Policy Brief Series 45, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Devasheesh Bais, "India and the International Criminal Court", FICHL Policy Brief Series 54, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
08.04.2016 Marshet Tadesse Tessema and Marlen Vesper-Gräske, "Africa, the African Union and the International Criminal Court: Irreparable Fissures?", FICHL Policy Brief Series 56, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
27.06.2016 SUN Yi, "The Role of International Human Rights Law in the Professionalization of Public Administration: The Right to a Fair Trial", FICHL Policy Brief Series 62, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
27.06.2016 YANG Ken, "Prudence without Collateral Damage: China and International Criminal Justice", FICHL Policy Brief Series 61, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
27.06.2016 A. Elena Ursu, "No Place to Hide: Why China Will Ratify the Rome Statute", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 60 (2016)
27.06.2016 Christoph Sperfeldt and Emma Palmer, "(Not) All Roads Lead to Rome: Ending Impunity for International Crimes in Southeast Asia", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 66 (2016)
27.06.2016 LIU Daqun and ZHANG Binxin (eds.), "Historical War Crimes Trials in Asia", FICHL Publication Series No. 27 (2016)
27.06.2016 TIAN Qing, "On Two Approaches to Communication of Evidence to the Pre-Trial Chamber", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 67 (2016)
27.06.2016 LIU Renxiang, "Two Types of ‘Dignity’ and Their Role in International Human Rights", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 68 (2016)
27.06.2016 GONG Renren, "On Human Rights and Traditional Culture", FICHL Policy Brief Series 50, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016) (Chinese)
27.06.2016 Sangkul Kim, "Rethinking the ‘Crime of Mens Rea’", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 59 (2016)
27.06.2016 ZHANG Kangle, "Using Trial Judgment to Heal: On Crimes Committed by Japanese Forces in China", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 63 (2016)
27.06.2016 Devasheesh Bais and Vinamra Kopariha, "Human Rights Litigation before Indian Courts as an Example and Resource for other Asian States", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 64 (2016)
27.06.2016 BAI Guimei, "Development of Chinese Women’s NGOs since the 1995 World Women’s Conference", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 57 (2016)
27.06.2016 FAN Yuwen, "Revisiting ECtHR Interpretation of the ECHR: Living Up to a Living Instrument", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 65 (2016)
27.06.2016 Chris Mahony, "International Criminal Justice Case Selection Independence: An ICJ barometer", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 58 (2016)
30.06.2016 © Chris Mahony, "Addressing Corruption in Post Conflict Sierra Leone", Governance Review, CGG, June 2006
15.08.2016 NG Pei Yi, "Development in International Criminal Law Open Access Tools: Increasing Public Education and Engagement", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 71 (2016)
29.08.2016 Stian Nordengen Christensen, "Regulation of White Phosphorus Weapons in International Law", FICHL Occasional Paper Series No. 6 (2016)
31.08.2016 DENG Hua, "International Human Rights Law and the Advancement of the Right to a Fair Trial in China", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 69 (2016)
31.08.2016 Melody Mirzaagha, "Striving Towards a Just and Sustainable Peace: The Role of Reconciliation", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 73 (2016)
24.10.2016 Philip Allott, "How to Make a Better World: Human Power and Human Weakness", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 75 (2016)
24.10.2016 Philip Allott, "How to Make a Better World: Human Power and Human Weakness", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 75 (2016) (Arabic)
24.10.2016 Philip Allott, "How to Make a Better World: Human Power and Human Weakness", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 75 (2016) (Chinese)
16.11.2016 Mutoy Mubiala, "Regional v. Universal Jurisdiction in Africa: The Habré Case", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 74 (2016)
16.11.2016 Salim A. Nakhjavání, "Constitutional Coherence and the Legal Status of the Bahá'í Community of Iran", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 70 (2016)
16.11.2016 Qiao Congrui, "On Discrepancy and Synergy Between China and the International Criminal Court", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 72 (2016)
31.12.2016 © Usha Tandon and Sidharth Luthra, "Rape: Violation of the Chastity or Dignity of Woman? A Feminist Critique of Indian Law", FICHL Policy Brief Series 51, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (2016)
31.12.2016 Sangkul Kim, "The Witness Protection Mechanism of Delayed Disclosure at the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals", Journal of East Asia and International Law, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 53-73 (2016)
31.12.2016 Sangkul Kim, "A Critique of the Knowledge-Based Approach to Genocidal Intent", The Korean Journal of International Law, Vol. 61, No. 2, pp. 11-40 (2016)
31.12.2016 Sangkul Kim, "On the Contextual Element of Crimes Against Humanity", The Korean Journal of International Law, Vol. 61, No. 1, pp. 71-102 (2016)
31.12.2016 Conrad J.P. van Laer, "Open Access for International Criminal Lawyers", International Criminal Law Review, 16 (2016) 1117-1136
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25.03.2017 CHAO Yi, "The Applicability of the Internal Relocation Principle to Cessation of Refugee Status: The Surrogate Nature of International Refugee Protection", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 76 (2017)
25.03.2017 Birju Kotecha, "The Complexity of Reconciliation", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 79 (2017)
29.04.2017 Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (editors), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24 (2017), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 Linda Carter and Jennifer Schense (editors), Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: The Deterrent Effect of International Criminal Tribunals, Nuremberg Academy Series No. 1 (2017), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher Brussels, 2017
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29.04.2017 Mark A. Drumbl, “The Two Illusions of All-Embracing Criminal Justice and Exclusively Extrajudicial Responses to Mass Atrocity”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher,
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29.04.2017 Gorana Žagovec Kustura, “Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Serious Human Rights Violations Which May Amount to Core International Crimes”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, 2017
29.04.2017 Maria Paula Saffon, “The Colombian Peace and Justice Law: An Adequate Abbreviated Procedure for Core International Crimes?”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 201
29.04.2017 Phil Clark, “The Gacaca Courts and Abbreviated Criminal Procedure for Genocide Crimes in Rwanda”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2017
29.04.2017 Gilbert Bitti, “Key Elements of Possible Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2017
29.04.2017 Marieke Wierda, “How to Deal with Backlog in Trials of International Crimes: Are Abbreviated Criminal Proceedings the Answer?”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher,
29.04.2017 Hanne Sophie Greve, “The Role of Abbreviated of Criminal Proceedings”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 9, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2017
29.04.2017 Meddžida Kreso, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo (ed.), Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes, FICHL Publication Series No. 9, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
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29.04.2017 Morten Bergsmo, “Institutional History, Behaviour and Development”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublis
29.04.2017 Xabier Agirre, “The Role of Analysis Capacity”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 Peter Nicholson, “The Function of Analysis and Analysts”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Bruss
29.04.2017 Patrick J. Treanor, “Research and Analysis in the Investigation, Prosecution and Adjudication of Crimes”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series
29.04.2017 John Ralston, “Information, Analysis and Intelligence: The Role of Investigators”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24
29.04.2017 José Pablo Baraybar, “On the Need for a Scientific Advisory Unit”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublis
29.04.2017 Helge Brunborg, “Demographic and Statistical Expertise”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brusse
29.04.2017 Johan J. du Toit, “Project-Driven Processes in Investigations”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
29.04.2017 Tore Soldal, “Requirements in Leadership Investigations”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Bruss
29.04.2017 Peter McCloskey, “Leadership and Control of Investigations”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
29.04.2017 Laurent Walpen, “Quelques considérations sur la direction des enquêtes d’un tribunal pénal international”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying(eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Se
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29.04.2017 Bernard O’Donnell, “Quality-Conducive Management of Investigators”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPubl
29.04.2017 Nicola Piacente, “On Insiders and Financial Lines of Inquiry”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
29.04.2017 Hanne Sophie Greve, “Characteristics of Large-Scale Crimes”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
29.04.2017 Fabricio Guariglia, “Policy and Organisational Questions”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brus
29.04.2017 Christopher Keith Hall, “Prosecutorial Policy, Strategy and External Relations”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24
29.04.2017 Lars Oftedal Broch, “Challenges in a Nutshell”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 William A. Schabas, “Interacting with Academic Institutions”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
29.04.2017 James Hamilton, “Case Selection”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 Mark B. Harmon, “Preparation of Draft Indictments and Effective Indictment Review”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24
29.04.2017 Minna Schrag, “Substantive and Organisational Issues”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels
29.04.2017 Hildegard Uertz-Retzlaff, “Prosecutor-Directed Investigations”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher
29.04.2017 Clint Williamson, “On Charging Criteria and Other Policy Concerns”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublis
29.04.2017 Nicholas Cowdery, “The Exercise of the Powers of the Prosecutor”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublishe
29.04.2017 Roelof Haveman, “Legal Training and the Prosecution”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels,
29.04.2017 Nobuo Hayashi, “Reflections on Generalist-Specialist Collaboration, Internship Programme, and Comparative Law”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication S
29.04.2017 Susan R. Lamb, “International Law Expertise”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 Geoffrey Nice, “The Establishment and Operation of the Office of the Prosecutor”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24
29.04.2017 James K. Stewart, “Thoughts on the Organisation of the ICC Office of the Prosecutor”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24,
29.04.2017 Daryl A. Mundis, “Trial Team Organisation, Legal Research, and Training”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24
29.04.2017 Sonja A.J. Boelaert-Suominen, “Remarks on Caseload and Disclosure”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublis
29.04.2017 Richard J. Goldstone, “Nine Comments”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 Mohamed C. Othman, “Questions for the ICC Office of the Prosecutor”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPubli
29.04.2017 Christopher Staker, “Observations on Legal Culture, Legal Policy and the Management of Information”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 2
29.04.2017 William A. Stuebner, “Operational Training”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 Linda A. Taylor, “Reparations and the Prosecution”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2
29.04.2017 Morten Bergsmo and Vladimir Tochilovsky, “Measures Available to the International Criminal Court to Reduce the Length of Proceedings”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume
29.04.2017 Morten Bergsmo and Vladimir Tochilovsky, “Fact-Finding and Investigative Functions of the Office of the Prosecutor, Including International Co-operation”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International
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29.04.2017 Carlos Vasconcelos, “Draft Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EP
29.04.2017 Salim A. Nakhjavani, “The Origins and Development of the Code of Conduct”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24
29.04.2017 Morten Bergsmo and Klaus Rackwitz, “The First Budget of the Office of the Prosecutor”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24
29.04.2017 Alexander Muller, “Foreword”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
29.04.2017 Barry Hancock, “Competence Framework”, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and SONG Tianying (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, FICHL Publication Series No. 24, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2017
09.05.2017 Julija Bogoeva, "The War in Yugoslavia in ICTY Judgements: The Goals of the Warring Parties and Nature of the Conflict", FICHL Occasional Paper Series No. 5 (2017)
12.05.2017 Rachel Kerr, "The ‘Art’ of Reconciliation", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 78 (2017)
12.05.2017 Hanne Sophie Greve, "Ubi Ius Ibi Remedium", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 80 (2017)
18.05.2017 Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, "Chinese-European Co-operation in Developing the International Legal Order", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 82 (2017)
18.05.2017 马克·培恒·德·布里相博, "中国与欧洲在发展国际法律秩序中的合作", FICHL政策简报系列第82号(2017)
18.05.2017 Narinder Singh, "The United Nation’s Efforts at Combatting International Terrorism", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 81 (2017)
18.05.2017 Kjersti Lohne, "Advocates of Humanity: Human Rights NGOs in International Criminal Justice", FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 77 (2017)
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