Wednesday, September 30, 2015

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 13, no. 4, September 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Editorial
    • Miguel de Serpa Soares, An Age of Accountability
  • Articles
    • Lars Berster, The Alleged Non-Existence of Cultural Genocide: A Response to the Croatia v. Serbia Judgment
    • Sumer Dayal, Prosecuting Force-feeding: An Assessment of Criminality under the ICC Statute
  • Symposium: After Justice Has Been Done: The Benefit of Hindsight
    • Chrisje Brants & Susanne Karstedt, Foreword
    • Susanne Karstedt, Managing Criminal Reputations: West German Elites after the Nuremberg Trials, 1946–1960
    • Sandra Wilson, The Sentence is Only Half the Story: From Stern Justice to Clemency for Japanese War Criminals, 1945–1958
    • Chrisje Brants, Complicated Legacies of Justice: The Netherlands and World War II
    • Willem de Haan, Knowing What We Know Now: International Crimes in Historical Perspective
  • Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
    • Carsten Stahn, Reparative Justice after the Lubanga Appeal Judgment: New Prospects for Expressivism and Participatory Justice or ‘Juridified Victimhood’ by Other Means?
    • Sarah Williams, The Severance of Case 002 at the ECCC: A Radical Trial Management Technique or a Step Too Far?
    • Giulia Vicini, Conscientious Objection to Military Service and the Notion of Persecution in European Union Asylum Law: The Shepherd Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union
  • National Prosecution of International Crimes: Legislation and Cases
    • Manuel J. Ventura, The Duty to Investigate Zimbabwe Crimes Against Humanity (Torture) Allegations: The Constitutional Court of South Africa Speaks on Universal Jurisdiction and the ICC Act