Wednesday, July 29, 2009

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 7, no. 3, July 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Tzvetan Todorov, Memory as Remedy for Evil
  • Janine Natalya Clark, The Limits of Retributive Justice: Findings of an Empirical Study in Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Sandesh Sivakumaran, Courts of Armed Opposition Groups: Fair Trials or Summary Justice?
  • Symposium: Self-defence: Looking at International Law through the Prism of Domestic Criminal Law
    • Salvatore Zappalà, Foreword
    • Yoram Dinstein, The Hazards of Interdisciplinary Pollination: Some Critical Comments on Defending Humanity
    • Richard V. Meyer, A Plea for Defending Humanity
    • Harmen G. van der Wilt, Can Romantics and Liberals be Reconciled?: Some Further Reflections on Defending Humanity
    • Yuval Shany, The Analogy's Limit: Defending the Rights of Peoples
    • Richard V. Meyer & Mark David ‘Max’ Maxwell, The Natural Right to Intervene: The Evolution of the Concepts of Justification and Excuse for Both State and Individual
  • National Prosecution of International Crimes: Cases and Legislation
    • Nehal C. Bhuta & Volker Nerlich, Foreword
    • Alfredo Strippoli, National Courts and Genocide: The Kravica Case at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina
    • Annalisa Ciampi, The Italian Court of Cassation Asserts Civil Jurisdiction over Germany in a Criminal Case Relating to the Second World War: The Civitella Case
    • Sharon Weill, The Targeted Killing of Salah Shehadeh: From Gaza to Madrid
    • Hugh King, Unravelling the Extraterritorial Riddle: An Analysis of R (Hassan) v. Secretary of State for Defence
  • Anthology
    • Antonio Cassese & Gabriel Bach, Eichmann: Is Evil So Banal?