Sunday, June 26, 2022

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 20, no. 1, March 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: International Criminal Justice in an ‘Age of Misinformation’
    • Birju Kotecha & Daley J Birkett, International Criminal Justice in an ‘Age of Misinformation’: Guest Editors’ Introduction
    • Gregory S Gordon, The Nuremberg Trials Public Communications Apparatus: Propaganda for WWII Healing and Cold War Positioning at the Dawn of PR in ICL
    • Isabella Banks, Facilitating #dialogue or #buildingsupport? An Exploration of the International Criminal Court’s Use of 280 Characters
    • Olga Kavran, The Special Tribunal for Lebanon and its Outreach Programme
    • Mikkel Jarle Christensen, Zuzanna Godzimirska, & Julie Jarland, The International Criminal Justice Marketplace of Ideas: Setting the Agenda for Responses to Sexual Violence
    • Line Engbo Gissel, Nomos and Narrative in International Criminal Justice: Creating the International Criminal Court
    • Camilo Ramírez-Gutiérrez & Daniel R Quiroga-Villamarín, Shredded: Colombia’s Special Jurisdiction for Peace in an Increasingly Illiberal Context of Misinformation and Backlash
    • Sergii Masol, Ukraine and the International Criminal Court: Between Realpolitik and Post-truth Politics
    • Janet Anderson & Benjamin Duerr, In a Storm of Lies and Half-truths: The Role of Media Professionals in Spreading and Combatting Misinformation about the International Criminal Court
    • Kyra Wigard & Guissou Jahangiri, The International Criminal Court and Afghanistan: A Tale of Misunderstandings and Misinformation
    • Mathias Holvoet, International Criminal Liability for Spreading Disinformation in the Context of Mass Atrocity
    • Jana Trifunović, Established Facts in an ‘Age of Misinformation’: A Contemporary Approach to Judicial Notice in International Criminal Law
    • Michael Herz, Seeking Balance in How the International Criminal Court Communicates Prosecution and Defence Narratives to the Public
    • Christopher ‘Kip’ Hale, Are We a Bigger Problem Than We Realize? International Criminal Justice and the Need for Self-scrutiny among (Online) Commentators