- Special Issue: The International Criminal Court’s Policies and Strategies
- Matthew E. Cross & Antonio Coco, Foreword
- Carsten Stahn, Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t: Challenges and Critiques of Preliminary Examinations at the ICC
- Anni Pues, Towards the ‘Golden Hour’? A Critical Exploration of the Length of Preliminary Examinations
- Maria Varaki, Revisiting the ‘Interests of Justice’ Policy Paper
- Sophie T. Rosenberg, The International Criminal Court in Côte d’Ivoire: Impartiality at Stake?
- Eliana Teresa Cusato, Beyond Symbolism: Problems and Prospects with Prosecuting Environmental Destruction before the ICC
- Luigi Prosperi & Jacopo Terrosi, Embracing the ‘Human Factor’: Is There New Impetus at the ICC for Conceiving and Prioritizing Intentional Environmental Harms as Crimes Against Humanity?
- Nadia Bernaz, An Analysis of the ICC Office of the Prosecutor’s Policy Paper on Case Selection and Prioritization from the Perspective of Business and Human Rights
- Birju Kotecha, The ICC’s Office of the Prosecutor and the Limits of Performance Indicators
- Gaelle Carayon & Jonathan O’Donohue, The International Criminal Court’s Strategies in Relation to Victims
- Antonio Coco & Matthew E. Cross, Epilogue – The ICC on the Yellow Brick Road
Saturday, September 16, 2017
New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice
The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 15, no. 3, July 2017) is out. Contents include: