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Contributors Foreword by Diane Marie Amann and Margaret M. deGuzman Introduction William Schabas: Portrait of a Scholar/Activist Extraordinaire Roger S. Clark I. Human Rights Chapter 1: Human Rights and International Criminal Justice in the Twenty First Century: The End of the Post-WWII Phase and the Beginning of an Uncertain New Era M. Cherif Bassiouni Chapter 2: William Schabas, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and International Human Rights Law Thomas A. Cromwell and Bruno Gelinas-Faucher Chapter 3: The International Convention on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, as a Victim-Oriented Treaty Emmanuel Decaux Chapter 4: The Politics of Sectarianism and its Reflection in Questions of International Law & State Formation in The Middle East Kathleen Cavanaugh and Joshua Castellino II. Capital Punishment Chapter 5: International Law and the Death Penalty: A Toothless Tiger, or a Meaningful Force for Change? Sandra L. Babcock Chapter 6: The UN Optional Protocol on the Abolition of the Death Penalty Marc Bossuyt Chapter 7: The Right to Life and the Progressive Abolition of the Death Penalty Christof Heyns and Thomas Probert and Tess Borden Chapter 8: Progress and Trend of the Reform of the Death Penalty in China Zhao Bingzhi III. International Criminal Law Chapter 9: Criminal Law Philosophy in William Schabas' Scholarship Margaret M. deGuzman Chapter 10: Is the ICC Focusing too Much on Non-State Actors? Frederic Megret Chapter 11: The Principle of Legality at the Crossroads of Human Rights and International Criminal Law Shane Darcy Chapter 12: Revisiting the Sources of Applicable Law Before the ICC Alain Pellet Chapter 13: The ICC as a Work in Progress, for a World in Process Mireille Delmas-Marty Chapter 14: Legacy in International Criminal Justice Carsten Stahn Chapter 15: Torture by Private Actors and 'Gold Plating' the Offence in National Law: An Exchange of Emails in Honour of William Schabas Andrew Clapham and Paola Gaeta IV. Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity Chapter 16: Secrets and Surprises in the Travaux Preparatoires of the Genocide Convention Hirad Abtahi and Philippa Webb Chapter 17: Perspectives on Cultural Genocide: From Criminal Law to Cultural Diversity Jeremie Gilbert Chapter 18: Crimes Against Humanity: Repairing Title 18's Blind Spots Beth Van Schaack Chapter 19: A New Global Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity: Future Prospects Leila Nadya Sadat V. Transitional Justice and Atrocity Prevention Chapter 20: Justice Outside of Criminal Courtrooms and Jailhouses Mark A. Drumbl Chapter 21: Toward Greater Synergy between Courts and Truth Commissions in Post-Conflict Contexts: Lessons from Sierra Leone Charles Chernor Jalloh Chapter 22: International Criminal Tribunals and Cooperation with States: Serbia and the provision of evidence for the Slobodan Milosevic Trial at the ICTY Geoffrey Nice and Nevenka Tromp Chapter 23: The Arc toward Justice and Peace Mary Ellen O'Connell Chapter 24: The Maintenance of International Peace and Security through Prevention of Atrocity Crimes: The Question of Co-operation between the UN and regional Arrangements Adama Dieng VI. Justice in Culture and Practice Chapter 25: Law and Film: Curating Rights Cinema Emma Sandon Chapter 26: The Role of Advocates in Developing International Law Wayne Jordash Chapter 27: Bill the Blogger Diane Marie Amann Index

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Margaret M. deGuzman is Professor of Law at Temple University's Beasley School of Law. Professor deGuzman is a prolific scholar and internationally recognized expert in international criminal law and transitional justice. She lectures and serves on expert groups around the world, focusing in particular on issues related to the International Criminal Court and justice in Africa. Diane Marie Amann holds the Emily and Ernest Woodruff Chair in International Law at the University of Georgia School of Law, where she is also a Faculty Co-Director of the Dean Rusk International Law Center. Professor Amann is a globally recognised scholar in public international law and transnational law, with a particular emphasis on criminal justice. She serves as the International Criminal Court Prosecutor's Special Adviser on Children in and affected by Armed Conflict.

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