Friday, November 30, 2012

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 10, no. 5, December 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Tribute Issue: Antonio Cassese's International Criminal Justice
    • I. Building International Criminal Justice
    • George P. Fletcher, The Theory of Criminal Liability and International Criminal Law
    • Robert Cryer, International Criminal Tribunals and the Sources of International Law: Antonio Cassese’s Contribution to the Canon
    • Mary Fan, Custom, General Principles and the Great Architect Cassese
    • Florian Jessberger & Julia Geneuss, The Many Faces of the International Criminal Court
    • II. The Theory and Practice of International Criminal Law
    • Jean-Marie Henckaerts, Civil War, Custom and Cassese
    • Harmen van der Wilt, War Crimes and the Requirement of a Nexus with an Armed Conflict
    • Sandesh Sivakumaran, Command Responsibility in Irregular Groups
    • Gerhard Werle & Boris Burghardt, Do Crimes Against Humanity Require the Participation of a State or a ‘State-like’ Organization?
    • Elies van Sliedregt, The Curious Case of International Criminal Liability
    • James G. Stewart, Overdetermined Atrocities
    • Thomas Weigend, Kill or Be Killed: Another Look at Erdemović
    • III. Individual Criminal Responsibility in a World of States
    • Mirjan Damaška, Unacknowledged Presences in International Criminal Justice
    • Fergal Gaynor, Uneasy Partners — Evidence, Truth and History in International Trials
    • Fannie Lafontaine, Universal Jurisdiction — the Realistic Utopia
    • Bing Bing Jia, The Immunity of State Officials for International Crimes Revisited
    • Micaela Frulli, Fact-Finding or Paving the Road to Criminal Justice?: Some Reflections on United Nations Commissions of Inquiry
    • IV. Institutions and Procedures
    • Volker Nerlich, The Confirmation of Charges Procedure at the International Criminal Court: Advance or Failure?
    • Cécile Aptel, Prosecutorial Discretion at the ICC and Victims’ Right to Remedy: Narrowing the Impunity Gap
    • Valentina Spiga, No Redress without Justice: Victims and International Criminal Law
    • V. Anthology
    • Antonio Cassese, The Nexus Requirement for War Crimes
    • David Baragwanath, Abdulqawi A. Yusuf, Paola Gaeta, Georges Abi-Saab, Andrea Bianchi, James SC Crawford, John Jones, & O-Gon Kwon, Walking the Road He Paved — A Tribute to Antonio Cassese: The Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague, 16 November 2011