- Marjolein Cupido, Facing Facts in International Criminal Law: A Casuistic Model of Judicial Reasoning
- Symposium: The Specialist Chambers of Kosovo: Domestic Trials or the First Incursion by the European Union into International Criminal Justice?
- Sarah Williams, The Specialist Chambers of Kosovo: The Limits of Internationalization?
- Emanuele Cimiotta, The Specialist Chambers and the Specialist Prosecutor’s Office in Kosovo: The ‘Regionalization’ of International Criminal Justice in Context
- Matthew E. Cross, Equipping the Specialist Chambers of Kosovo to Try Transnational Crimes: Remarks on Independence and Cooperation
- Lachezar Yanev, Co-Perpetration Responsibility in the Kosovo Specialist Chambers: Staying on the Beaten Path?
- Gabriella Citroni, The Specialist Chambers of Kosovo: The Applicable Law and the Special Challenges Related to the Crime of Enforced Disappearance
- Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
- Helen McDermott, Seeking a Stay of Proceedings for Irregular Apprehension before International Courts: Fighting a Losing Battle against the Pursuit of International Criminal Justice
- Tilman Rodenhäuser, Squaring the Circle?: Prosecuting Sexual Violence against Child Soldiers by their ‘Own Forces’
- National Prosecution of International Crimes: Legislation and Cases
- Helen L. Trouille, France, Universal Jurisdiction and Rwandan génocidaires: The Simbikangwa Trial
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice
The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 14, no. 1, March 2016) is out. Contents include: