Sunday, December 1, 2013

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 11, no. 5, December 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Current Events
    • Carsten Stahn, Syria and the Semantics of Intervention, Aggression and Punishment: On ‘Red Lines’ and ‘Blurred Lines’
  • Debate
    • Eugene Kontorovich, Israel/Palestine — The ICC’s Uncharted Territory
  • Article
    • Irena Giorgou, State Involvement in the Perpetration of Enforced Disappearance and the Rome Statute
  • Symposium - Justice for All? Ten Years of the International Criminal Court in the Asia-Pacific Region
    • Sarah Williams & Andrew Byrnes, Foreword
    • Steven Freeland, International Criminal Justice in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Role of the International Criminal Court Treaty Regime
    • Amrita Kapur, Asian Values v. The Paper Tiger: Dismantling the Threat to Asian Values Posed by the International Criminal Court
    • Daragh McGreal, A Rationalist View of Rome Statute Ratification in the Pacific Region
    • Christoph Sperfeldt, From the Margins of Internationalized Criminal Justice: Lessons Learned at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
  • Cases Before International Tribunals
    • Sarah Williams, The Extraordinary African Chambers in the Senegalese Courts: An African Solution to an African Problem?