Saturday, October 15, 2016

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 14, no. 4, September 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Jessie Ingle, Aiding and Abetting by Omission before the International Criminal Tribunals
    • Andrea Carcano, Of Fragmentation and Precedents in International Criminal Law: Possible Lessons from Recent Jurisprudence on Aiding and Abetting Liability
    • Isabelle Xavier, The Incongruity of the Rome Statute Insanity Defence and International Crime
  • Symposium: Srebrenica 1995-2015: The Search for Justice
    • Luisa Vierucci, Foreword
    • Otto Spijkers, Questions of Legal Responsibility for Srebrenica before the Dutch Courts
    • Valentina Spiga, The Response to Srebrenica from States Not Directly Involved in the Atrocities
    • Michelle Jarvis & Alan Tieger, Applying the Genocide Convention at the ICTY: The Influence of Paradigms Past
    • Pierre-Marie Dupuy, A Crime without Punishment
    • Maria Irene Papa, The Mothers of Srebrenica Case before the European Court of Human Rights: United Nations Immunity versus Right of Access to a Court
    • Luisa Vierucci & Micaela Frulli, Antonio Cassese and Srebrenica
  • Symposium: Third World Approaches to International Criminal Law
    • Asad Kiyani, John Reynolds & Sujith Xavier, Foreword
    • Michelle Burgis-Kasthala, Scholarship as Dialogue? TWAIL and the Politics of Methodology
    • Asad Kiyani, Group-Based Differentiation and Local Repression: The Custom and Curse of Selectivity
    • John Reynolds & Sujith Xavier, ‘The Dark Corners of the World’: TWAIL and International Criminal Justice
    • Vasuki Nesiah, Local Ownership of Global Governance
  • Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
    • Marco Longobardo, Everything Is Relative, Even Gravity: Remarks on the Assessment of Gravity in ICC Preliminary Examinations, and the Mavi Marmara Affair