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International Criminal Law in Context


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Introduction: International criminal law in context Philipp Kastner Part I: Contextualising international criminal law

  1. The conscience of civilisation, and its discontents: a counter history of international criminal law
  2. Gerry Simpson
  3. The subjects of international criminal law
  4. Frederic Megret
  5. The idea of transitional justice: international criminal justice and beyond
  6. Wendy Lambourne Part II: International Crimes
  7. Genocide: to prevent and punish "radical evil"
  8. Eyal Mayroz
  9. Crimes against humanity: the concept of humanity in international law
  10. Raphaelle Nollez-Goldbach
  11. War crimes: increasing compliance with international humanitarian law through international criminal law?
  12. Dale Stephens and Thomas Wooden
  13. Sexual and gender-based crimes
  14. Rosemary Grey
  15. The crime of aggression: shifting authority for international peace?
  16. Sean Richmond
  17. Rethinking liberal legality through the African Court on Justice and Human Rights: re-situating economic crimes and other enablers of violence
  18. Kamari Maxine Clarke Part III: The implementation of international criminal law
  19. The ad hoc tribunals: image, origins, pathways, legacies
  20. Timothy William Waters
  21. Hybrid tribunals: institutional experiments and the potential for creativity within international criminal law
  22. Philipp Kastner
  23. The International Criminal Court: between law and politics
  24. Christian M. De Vos
  25. Complementarity revisited: national prosecution of international crimes and the gaps in international law
  26. Fannie Lafontaine and Sophie Gagne
  27. The influence of international human rights law on international criminal procedure Yvonne McDermott
  28. `And where the offence is, let the great axe fall': sentencing under international criminal law
  29. Mark A. Drumbl
  30. The role of victims: emerging rights to participation and reparation in international criminal courts
Stephen Smith Cody and Eric Stover

About the Author

Philipp Kastner is an Assistant Professor in International Law at the Law School of the University of Western Australia in Perth, Australia.

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