Monday, July 16, 2018

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 16, no. 2, May 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Article
    • Barrie Sander, Justice as Identity: Unveiling the Mechanics of Legitimation in Domestic Atrocity Trials
  • Symposium: The Intention of the Drafters - The ICC at 20
    • Mark Klamberg & Göran Sluiter, Foreword
    • Mark Klamberg, The Legality of Rebel Courts during Non-International Armed Conflicts
    • Suzannah Linton, India and China Before, At, and After Rome
    • Megan A. Fairlie, The Unlikely Prospect of Non-adversarial Trials at the International Criminal Court
    • Fabricio Guariglia, ‘Admission’ v. ‘Submission’ of Evidence at the International Criminal Court: Lost in Translation?
    • Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi, Enhancing the Court’s Efficiency: From the Drafting of the Procedural Provisions by States to their Revision by Judges
    • Kimberly Prost, The Surprises of Part 9 of the Rome Statute on International Cooperation and Judicial Assistance
    • Göran Sluiter, Enforcing Cooperation: Did the Drafters Approach It the Wrong Way?
  • Anthology
    • On the Establishment of Courts in Non-international Armed Conflict by Non-state Actors: Stockholm District Court Judgment of 16 February 2017
  • Highlights
    • Katerina I. Kappos, Current Developments at the International Criminal Court