Sunday, August 19, 2018

Nicholson: Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals

Joanna Nicholson (Univ. of Olso - Pluricourts) has published Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals (Brill | Nijhoff 2018). Contents include:
  • Joanna Nicholson, Introduction
  • Marieke de Hoon, The Future of the International Criminal Court. On Critique, Legalism and Strengthening the icc’s Legitimacy
  • Geoff Dancy, Searching for Deterrence at the International Criminal Court
  • Mikkel Jarle Christensen, The Symbolic Economy of International Criminal Justice: Shaping the Discourse of a New Field of Law
  • Joanna Nicholson, Strengthening the Effectiveness of International Criminal Law through the Principle of Legality
  • Carola Lingaas, Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Law of Genocide
  • Franziska Oehm, From Nuremberg to Malabo: A Re-evaluation of the Tradition of Impunity of Economic Actors in International Criminal Law
  • Yvonne McDermott, Strengthening the Evaluation of Evidence in International Criminal Trials
  • Hemi Mistry, The Significance of Institutional Culture in Enhancing the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals
  • Avidan Kent & Jamie Trinidad, The Management of Third-party Amicus Participation before International Criminal Tribunals: Juggling Efficiency and Legitimacy
  • Kïrsten Bowman, The International Criminal Court and the Security Council: The Power of Politics and the Undermining of Justice
  • Marialejandra Moreno Mantilla, Do too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth? A Proposal for a Joint Strategy between the Office of the Prosecutor and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
  • Mandiaye Niang, Africa and the Legitimacy of the icc in Question
  • Dorothy Makaza, African States and International Criminal Law: Rethinking the Narrative and Contextualising the Discourse
  • Kerstin Bree Carlson, Trying Hissène Habré ‘On Behalf of Africa’: Remaking Hybrid International Criminal Justice at the Chambres Africaines Extraordinaires