Wednesday, February 25, 2015

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 12, no. 5, December 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: The Interaction Between Refugee Law and International Criminal Justice
    • Introduction
    • Fannie Lafontaine, Joseph Rikhof, & Laurel Baig, Introduction
    • Topical Issues
    • Violeta Moreno-Lax, Systematising Systemic Integration: ‘War Refugees’, Regime Relations, and a Proposal for a Cumulative Approach to International Commitments
    • David James Cantor, The Laws of War and the Protection of ‘War Refugees’: Reflections on the Debate and its Future Directions
    • Valerie Oosterveld, Gender at the Intersection of International Refugee Law and International Criminal Law
    • Magali Maystre, The Interaction between International Refugee Law and International Criminal Law with respect to Child Soldiers
    • Aiste Dumbryte, Assessing Ability and Willingness of States: What Can the ICC Learn from International Refugee Law?
    • Idil Atak & James C. Simeon, Human Trafficking: Mapping the Legal Boundaries of International Refugee Law and Criminal Justice
    • Symposium: Exclusion and Post-Exclusion from Refugee Status
    • Mathias Holvoet, Harmonizing Exclusion under the Refugee Convention by Reference to the Evidentiary Standards of International Criminal Law
    • Ned Djordjevic, Exclusion under Article 1F(b) of the Refugee Convention: The Uncertain Concept of Internationally Serious Common Crimes
    • Sarah Singer, Terrorism and Article 1F(c) of the Refugee Convention: Exclusion from Refugee Status in the United Kingdom
    • Geoff Gilbert & Anna Magdalena Rüsch, Jurisdictional Competence Through Protection: To What Extent Can States Prosecute the Prior Crimes of Those to Whom They Have Extended Refuge?
    • Maarten P. Bolhuis, Louis P. Middelkoop, & Joris van Wijk, Refugee Exclusion and Extradition in the Netherlands: Rwanda as Precedent?
    • Emma Irving, Protecting Witnesses at the International Criminal Court from Refoulement
    • National Issues
    • Claire Henderson, Australia’s Treatment of Asylum Seekers: From Human Rights Violations to Crimes Against Humanity
    • Kate Jastram, Left Out of Exclusion: International Criminal Law and the ‘Persecutor Bar’ in US Refugee Law
    • Satvinder S. Juss, The Notion of Complicity in UK Refugee Law
    • Livio Zilli, Ezokola v. Canada: The Correct Place of International Criminal Law in International Refugee Law-making