Monday, September 21, 2015

New Issue: International Criminal Law Review

The latest issue of the International Criminal Law Review (Vol. 15, no. 5, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Raymond Ouigou Savadogo, Non-coupables! Le non-refoulement, les assurances diplomatiques et la réinstallation des acquittés des juridictions pénales internationales dans leurs pays d’origine
  • Giulio Vanacore, Legality, Culpability and Dogmatik: A Dialogue between the ECtHR, Comparative and International Criminal Law
  • Farhad Malekian, The Canon of Love against the Use of Force in Islamic and Public International Law. Part II: The Anatomy of Love against Violations
  • Caroline Fournet & Nicole Siller, ‘We Demand Dignity for the Victims’ – Reflections on the Legal Qualification of the Indecent Disposal of Corpses
  • James David Meernik, Why Do Individuals Surrender to the International Criminal Tribunals?
  • Vivek V. Nemane & Indraneel D. Gunjal, Article 124 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: ‘Transitional Provision’ or ‘The Right to (Convenient) Opt-out’
  • Javid Gadirov, Causal Responsibility in International Criminal Law