Thursday, May 14, 2020

New Issue: International Criminal Law Review

The latest issue of the International Criminal Law Review (Vol. 20, no. 2, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Martha M. Bradley & Aniel de Beer, “All Necessary and Reasonable Measures” – The Bemba Case and the Threshold for Command Responsibility
  • Luke Moffett, A Bridge Too Far? Attacks against Cultural Property used as Military Objectives as War Crimes: The Prlić et al. Case and the Mostar Bridge
  • Gabriel M. Lentner, The Lasting Legacy of Double Standards: The International Criminal Court and the UN Security Council Referral Mechanism
  • Kritika Sharma, The Curious Case of Rule 165 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence: The Effect of Control Exercised by the Assembly of States Parties over the International Criminal Court
  • Kirsten J. Fisher, Messages from the Expressive Nature of icc Reparations: Complex-victims in Complex Contexts and the Trust Fund for Victims
  • Dimitris Liakopoulos, Mutual Cooperation and Criminal Efficiency under Regulation (EU) 2018/1805 for the Mutual Recognition of Freezing and Confiscation Measures
  • Michelle Coleman, The Tension between the Presumption of Innocence and Victims’ Participation Rights at the International Criminal Court