- Philipp Kastner, Introduction: International criminal law in context
- Gerry Simpson, The conscience of civilisation, and its discontents: a counter history of international criminal law
- Frédéric Mégret, The subjects of international criminal law
- Wendy Lambourne, The idea of transitional justice: international criminal justice and beyond
- Eyal Mayroz, Genocide: to prevent and punish "radical evil"
- Raphaëlle Nollez-Goldbach, Crimes against humanity: the concept of humanity in international law
- Dale Stephens & Thomas Wooden, War crimes: increasing compliance with international humanitarian law through international criminal law?
- Rosemary Grey, Sexual and gender-based crimes
- Sean Richmond, The crime of aggression: shifting authority for international peace?
- Kamari Maxine Clarke, Rethinking liberal legality through the African Court on Justice and Human Rights: re-situating economic crimes and other enablers of violence
- Timothy William Waters, The ad hoc tribunals: image, origins, pathways, legacies
- Philipp Kastner, Hybrid tribunals: institutional experiments and the potential for creativity within international criminal law
- Christian M. De Vos, The International Criminal Court: between law and politics
- Fannie Lafontaine & Sophie Gagné, Complementarity revisited: national prosecution of international crimes and the gaps in international law
- Yvonne McDermott, The influence of international human rights law on international criminal procedure
- Mark A. Drumbl, ‘And where the offence is, let the great axe fall’: sentencing under international criminal law
- Stephen Smith Cody & Eric Stover, The role of victims: emerging rights to participation and reparation in international criminal courts
Friday, October 27, 2017
Kastner: International Criminal Law in Context
International Criminal Law in Context (Routledge 2017). Contents include: