Monday, August 3, 2015

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 13, no. 3, July 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Marlies Glasius, ‘It Sends a Message’: Liberian Opinion Leaders’ Responses to the Trial of Charles Taylor
    • Hemi Mistry, The Paradox of Dissent: Judicial Dissent and the Projects of International Criminal Justice
  • Symposium: Proof in International Criminal Trials
    • Yvonne McDermott & John D. Jackson, Foreword
    • Paul Roberts, The Priority of Procedure and the Neglect of Evidence and Proof: Facing Facts in International Criminal Law
    • Yvonne McDermott, Inferential Reasoning and Proof in International Criminal Trials: The Potentials of Wigmorean Analysis
    • Mark Klamberg, The Alternative Hypothesis Approach, Robustness and International Criminal Justice: A Plea for a ‘Combined Approach’ to Evaluation of Evidence
    • Michael Ramsden & Cecilia Chung, ‘Reasonable Grounds to Believe’: An Unreasonably Unclear Evidentiary Threshold in the ICC Statute
    • Triestino Mariniello, Questioning the Standard of Proof: The Purpose of the ICC Confirmation of Charges Procedure
    • John D. Jackson & Yassin M. Brunger, Witness Preparation in the ICC: An Opportunity for Principled Pragmatism
  • Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
    • Nerina Boschiero, The ICC Judicial Finding on Non-cooperation Against the DRC and No Immunity for Al-Bashir Based on UNSC Resolution 1593