Thursday, September 16, 2021

New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 19, no. 1, March 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: New Technologies and the Investigation of International Crimes
    • Alexa Koenig, Emma Irving, Yvonne McDermott, & Daragh Murray, New Technologies and the Investigation of International Crimes: An Introduction
    • Federica D’Alessandra & Kirsty Sutherland, The Promise and Challenges of New Actors and New Technologies in International Justice
    • Lindsay Freeman, Weapons of War, Tools of Justice: Using Artificial Intelligence to Investigate International Crimes
    • Alexa Koenig & Ulic Egan, Power and Privilege: Investigating Sexual Violence with Digital Open Source Information
    • Yvonne McDermott, Alexa Koenig, & Daragh Murray, Open Source Information’s Blind Spot: Human and Machine Bias in International Criminal Investigations
    • Chiara Gabriele, Kelly Matheson, & Raquel Vazquez Llorente, The Role of Mobile Technology in Documenting International Crimes: The Affaire Castro et Kizito in the Democratic Republic of Congo
    • Elena Radeva, The Potential for Computer Vision to Advance Accountability in the Syrian Crisis
    • Giancarlo Fiorella, Charlotte Godart, & Nick Waters, Digital Integrity: Exploring Digital Evidence Vulnerabilities and Mitigation Strategies for Open Source Researchers
    • Lindsay Freeman & Raquel Vazquez Llorente, Finding the Signal in the Noise: International Criminal Evidence and Procedure in the Digital Age
    • Karolina Aksamitowska, Digital Evidence in Domestic Core International Crimes Prosecutions: Lessons Learned from Germany, Sweden, Finland and The Netherlands
    • Sarah Zarmsky, Why Seeing Should Not Always Be Believing: Considerations Regarding the Use of Digital Reconstruction Technology in International Law