Sunday, October 24, 2021

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 19, no. 2, May 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • In Memoriam: Robert Cryer
    • Neil Boister, Darryl Robinson, Sergey Vasiliev, Martins Paparinskis, Meagan Wong, & Ioannis Kalpouzos, In Memoriam: Robert Cryer, b. 2 August 1974 -- d. 3 January 2021
  • Articles
    • Matthew Seet, ‘Cosmopolitan Citizenship’, Territorial Borders, and Bringing Denationalized Terrorists to Justice
    • Marta Bo, Autonomous Weapons and the Responsibility Gap in light of the Mens Rea of the War Crime of Attacking Civilians in the ICC Statute
    • Ady Niv, Transparent Uniforms: The Legal Status of Reservists in International Law
    • Kathleen M Maloney, Ending Impunity for Forced Marriage in Conflict Zones: The Need for Greater Judicial Emphasis on the Human Rights of Girls
  • Symposium: Torture by Non-state Actors
    • Ginevra Le Moli, Foreword
    • Ginevra Le Moli, Torture by Non-state Actors: Four Inquiries
    • Tatyana Eatwell & Steven Powles, ‘Quasi-governors’ and Questions Relating to Impunity and Legal Certainty
    • Émilie Pottle, What is Torture? Making the Case for Expanding the Definition to Include Private Individuals as Perpetrators
    • Manfred Nowak, Can Private Actors Torture?
    • Paola Gaeta, ‘Another Step in What it Means to Be Human’ — Prohibition v. Criminalization of Torture as a Private Act
    • Thinking Beyond the Offence of Torture: An Interview with Andrew Clapham
    • W.L. Cheah, Some Views on Torture from Asia