Tuesday, April 29, 2014

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 12, no. 2, May 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Paul Eden, The Role of the Rome Statute in the Criminalization of Apartheid
    • Manuel Galvis Martínez, Forfeiture of Assets at the International Criminal Court: The Short Arm of International Criminal Justice
  • Symposium: Individual Liability for Macrocriminality
    • Kai Ambos, A Workshop, a Symposium and the Katanga Trial Judgment of 7 March 2014
    • Stefan Harrendorf, How Can Criminology Contribute to an Explanation of International Crimes?
    • Thomas Weigend, Problems of Attribution in International Criminal Law: A German Perspective
    • Robert Cryer, Imputation and Complicity in Common Law States: A (Partial) View from England and Wales
    • Uwe Murmann, Problems of Causation with Regard to (Potential) Actions of Multiple Protagonists
    • Hans Vest, Problems of Participation — Unitarian, Differentiated Approach, or Something Else?
    • Carl-Friedrich Stuckenberg, Problems of ‘Subjective Imputation’ in Domestic and International Criminal Law
    • Jens David Ohlin, Searching for the Hinterman: In Praise of Subjective Theories of Imputation
  • Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
    • Antonio Coco & Tom Gal, Losing Direction: The ICTY Appeals Chamber’s Controversial Approach to Aiding and Abetting in Perišić