Sunday, June 29, 2014

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 12, no. 3, July 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Debate
    • Alexander Wills, Old Crimes, New States and the Temporal Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court
  • Articles
    • Kenneth A. Rodman, Justice as a Dialogue Between Law and Politics: Embedding the International Criminal Court within Conflict Management and Peacebuilding
    • Philipp Kastner, Armed Conflicts and Referrals to the International Criminal Court: From Measuring Impact to Emerging Legal Obligations
    • Michael Bohlander, Language, Culture, Legal Traditions, and International Criminal Justice
    • Sévane Garibian, Ghosts Also Die: Resisting Disappearance through the ‘Right to the Truth’ and the Juicios por la Verdad in Argentina
  • Symposium: The Alien Torts Statute — Kiobel and After
    • Nehal Bhuta, The Ninth Life of the Alien Torts Statute — Kiobel and After
    • Sarah H. Cleveland, After Kiobel
    • Robert Cryer, Come Together?: Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction in Kiobel from an International Law Perspective
    • Doreen Lustig, Three Paradigms of Corporate Responsibility in International Law: The Kiobel Moment
  • National Prosecution of International Crimes: Legislation and Cases
    • Elisabeth V. Henn, The Development of German Jurisprudence on Individual Compensation for Victims of Armed Conflicts: The Kunduz Case