Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Mariniello: The International Criminal Court in Search of its Purpose and Identity

Triestino Mariniello (Edge Hill Univ. - Law) has published The International Criminal Court in Search of its Purpose and Identity (Routledge 2015). Contents include:
  • Triestino Mariniello, Introduction: ‘One, No One and One Hundred Thousand’: Reflections on the Multiple Identities of the ICC
  • Harmen van der Wilt & Inez Braber, The case for inclusion of terrorism in the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court
  • Chantal Meloni, Command responsibility, joint commission and ‘control over the crime’ approach in the first ICC jurisprudence
  • Stefano Manacorda & Giulio Vanacore, The right not to be tried twice for international crimes: An overview of the ne bis in idem principle within the Statutes of the ICC and the International Criminal Tribunals
  • Morris Anyah, Balancing Rights of the Accused with Rights of Victims before the International Criminal Court
  • Paolo Lobba, Lubanga Decision on Victims' Reparations: Handing off the Hot Potato?
  • Olympia Bekou, Building National Capacity for the International Criminal Court: Prospects and Challenges
  • Lyal S. Sunga, Has the International Criminal Court Unfairly Targeted Africa or has Africa Unfairly Targeted the International Criminal Court?
  • Patricia Pinto Soares, Transitional Justice in DRC: The 2014 Amnesty Law and the Principle of Complementarity – Quid Juris?
  • Silvia D'Ascoli, The First Decision on Sentence of the International Criminal Court in the Lubanga case: Great (Unmet) Expectations
  • Triestino Mariniello & Niccolò Pons, The Confirmation of Charges at the International Criminal Court: A Tale of Two Models
  • Sarah Finnin, From Lubanga to Ruto: Witness Proofing under the Applicable Law of the ICC
  • Mohamed Badar & Noelle Higgins, General Principles of Law in the Early Jurisprudence of the ICC