The law and practice of the international criminal court/ ed by Carsten Stahn.

Contributor(s): Stahn, Carsten, EdPublisher: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015Description: lxxxi, 1326 pISBN: 9780198705161 (hardback)Subject(s): International criminal law | Criminal procedure (International law) | International Criminal CourtDDC classification: 345.01 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction: More than a Court, Less than a Court, Several Courts in One? / Carsten Stahn -- 1: Richard Dicker: The International Criminal Court (ICC) and Double Standards of International Justice 2: Leslie Vinjamuri: The ICC and the Politics of Peace and Justice 3 The Relationship between the ICC and the United Nations Security Council: Deborah Ruiz Verduzco: 4: Anton Du Plessis & Ottilia Anna Maunganidze: The ICC and the AU 5: Stuart Ford: How Much Money Does the ICC Need? 6: Jonathan O'Donohue: The ICC and the ASP 7: Rod Rastan: Jurisdiction 8: Mohamed M El Zeidy: Ad hoc Declarations of Acceptance of Jurisdiction: The Palestinian Situation under Scrutiny 9: Harmen van der Wilt: Self-Referrals as an Indication of the Inability of States to Cope with Non-State Actors 10: Carsten Stahn: Admissibility Challenges Before the ICC: From Quasi-Primacy to Qualified Deference? 11: Robert Cryer: The ICC and its Relationship to Non-States Parties 12: Dov Jacobs: The Frog that Wanted to Be an Ox: The ICCs Approach to Immunities 13: Paul Seils: Putting Complementarity in its Place 14: Susana SáCouto and Katherine Cleary Thompson: Investigative Management, Strategies, and Techniques of the ICCs OTP 15: Fabricio Guariglia and Emeric Rogier: The Selection of Situations and Cases by the OTP of the ICC 16: William Schabas: Selecting Situations and Cases 17: Jenia Iontcheva Turner: Accountability of International Prosecutors 18: Gilbert Bitti: Article 21 and the Hierarchy of Sources of Law before the ICC 19: Joseph Powderly: The Rome Statute and the Attempted Corseting of the Interpretative Judicial Function: Reflections on Sources of Law and Interpretative Technique 20: Elies van Sliedregt: Perpetration and Participation in Article 25(3) 21: Jens David Ohlin: Co-Perpetration: German Dogmatik or German Invasion? 22: Thomas Weigend: Indirect Perpetration 23: Hector Olasolo: Forms of Accessorial Liability under Article 25(3)(b) and (c) 24: Kai Ambos: The ICC and Common Purpose -- What Contribution is Required under Article 25(3)(d)? 25: Alejandro Kiss: Command Responsibility under Article 28 of the Rome Statute 26: Mohamed Elewa Badar and Sara Porro: Rethinking the Mental Elements in the Jurisprudence of the ICC 27: Claus Kress: The ICCs First Encounter with the Crime of Genocide: The Case against Al Bashir 28: Darryl Robinson: Crimes against Humanity: A Better Policy on Policy 29: Michael A. Newton: Charging War Crimes: Policy and Prognosis from a Military Perspective 30: Anthony Cullen: The Characterization of Armed Conflict in the Jurisprudence of the ICC 31: Roger S. Clark: The Crime of Aggression 32: Niamh Hayes: La Lutte Continue: Investigating and Prosecuting Sexual Violence at the ICC 33: Carl-Friedrich Stuckenberg: Cumulative Charges and Cumulative Convictions 34: Simon De Smet: The International Criminal Standard of Proof at the ICC -- Beyond Reasonable Doubt or Beyond Reason? 35: Ignaz Stegmiller: Confirmation of Charges 36: Håkan Friman: Trial Procedures -- with a Particular Focus on the Relationship between the Proceedings of the Pre-Trial and Trial Chambers 37: Margaret M. deGuzman: Proportionate Sentencing at the ICC 38: Volker Nerlich: The Role of the Appeals Chamber 39: Kevin Jon Heller: A Stick to Hit the Accused With: The Legal Recharacterization of Facts under Regulation 55 40: Alex Whiting: Disclosure Challenges at the ICC 41: Karim A A Khan QC and Caroline Buisman: Sitting on Evidence: Systematic Failings in the ICC Disclosure Regime -- Time for Reform 42: Aiste Dumbryte: The Roads to Freedom -- Interim Release in the Practice of the ICC 43: Joris van Wijk and Marjolein Cupido: Testifying behind Bars -- Detained ICC Witnesses and Human Rights Protection 44: Markus Eikel: External Support and Internal Coordination -- The ICC and the Protection of Witnesses 45: Sergey Vasiliev: Victim Participation Revisited -- What the ICC is Learning about Itself 46: Conor McCarthy: The Rome Statutes Regime of Victim Redress: Challenges and Prospects 47: Nick Grono and Anna de Courcy Wheeler: The Deterrent Effect of the ICC on the Commission of International Crimes by Government Leaders 48: Olympia Bekou: The ICC and Capacity Building at the National Level 49: Elizabeth Evenson and Alison Smith: Completion, Legacy, and Complementarity at the ICC 50: Philipp Ambach: A Look towards the Future -- The ICC and Lessons Learnt
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Introduction: More than a Court, Less than a Court, Several Courts in One? / Carsten Stahn -- 1: Richard Dicker: The International Criminal Court (ICC) and Double Standards of International Justice 2: Leslie Vinjamuri: The ICC and the Politics of Peace and Justice 3 The Relationship between the ICC and the United Nations Security Council: Deborah Ruiz Verduzco: 4: Anton Du Plessis & Ottilia Anna Maunganidze: The ICC and the AU 5: Stuart Ford: How Much Money Does the ICC Need? 6: Jonathan O'Donohue: The ICC and the ASP 7: Rod Rastan: Jurisdiction 8: Mohamed M El Zeidy: Ad hoc Declarations of Acceptance of Jurisdiction: The Palestinian Situation under Scrutiny 9: Harmen van der Wilt: Self-Referrals as an Indication of the Inability of States to Cope with Non-State Actors 10: Carsten Stahn: Admissibility Challenges Before the ICC: From Quasi-Primacy to Qualified Deference? 11: Robert Cryer: The ICC and its Relationship to Non-States Parties 12: Dov Jacobs: The Frog that Wanted to Be an Ox: The ICCs Approach to Immunities 13: Paul Seils: Putting Complementarity in its Place 14: Susana SáCouto and Katherine Cleary Thompson: Investigative Management, Strategies, and Techniques of the ICCs OTP 15: Fabricio Guariglia and Emeric Rogier: The Selection of Situations and Cases by the OTP of the ICC 16: William Schabas: Selecting Situations and Cases 17: Jenia Iontcheva Turner: Accountability of International Prosecutors 18: Gilbert Bitti: Article 21 and the Hierarchy of Sources of Law before the ICC 19: Joseph Powderly: The Rome Statute and the Attempted Corseting of the Interpretative Judicial Function: Reflections on Sources of Law and Interpretative Technique 20: Elies van Sliedregt: Perpetration and Participation in Article 25(3) 21: Jens David Ohlin: Co-Perpetration: German Dogmatik or German Invasion? 22: Thomas Weigend: Indirect Perpetration 23: Hector Olasolo: Forms of Accessorial Liability under Article 25(3)(b) and (c) 24: Kai Ambos: The ICC and Common Purpose -- What Contribution is Required under Article 25(3)(d)? 25: Alejandro Kiss: Command Responsibility under Article 28 of the Rome Statute 26: Mohamed Elewa Badar and Sara Porro: Rethinking the Mental Elements in the Jurisprudence of the ICC 27: Claus Kress: The ICCs First Encounter with the Crime of Genocide: The Case against Al Bashir 28: Darryl Robinson: Crimes against Humanity: A Better Policy on Policy 29: Michael A. Newton: Charging War Crimes: Policy and Prognosis from a Military Perspective 30: Anthony Cullen: The Characterization of Armed Conflict in the Jurisprudence of the ICC 31: Roger S. Clark: The Crime of Aggression 32: Niamh Hayes: La Lutte Continue: Investigating and Prosecuting Sexual Violence at the ICC 33: Carl-Friedrich Stuckenberg: Cumulative Charges and Cumulative Convictions 34: Simon De Smet: The International Criminal Standard of Proof at the ICC -- Beyond Reasonable Doubt or Beyond Reason? 35: Ignaz Stegmiller: Confirmation of Charges 36: Håkan Friman: Trial Procedures -- with a Particular Focus on the Relationship between the Proceedings of the Pre-Trial and Trial Chambers 37: Margaret M. deGuzman: Proportionate Sentencing at the ICC 38: Volker Nerlich: The Role of the Appeals Chamber 39: Kevin Jon Heller: A Stick to Hit the Accused With: The Legal Recharacterization of Facts under Regulation 55 40: Alex Whiting: Disclosure Challenges at the ICC 41: Karim A A Khan QC and Caroline Buisman: Sitting on Evidence: Systematic Failings in the ICC Disclosure Regime -- Time for Reform 42: Aiste Dumbryte: The Roads to Freedom -- Interim Release in the Practice of the ICC 43: Joris van Wijk and Marjolein Cupido: Testifying behind Bars -- Detained ICC Witnesses and Human Rights Protection 44: Markus Eikel: External Support and Internal Coordination -- The ICC and the Protection of Witnesses 45: Sergey Vasiliev: Victim Participation Revisited -- What the ICC is Learning about Itself 46: Conor McCarthy: The Rome Statutes Regime of Victim Redress: Challenges and Prospects 47: Nick Grono and Anna de Courcy Wheeler: The Deterrent Effect of the ICC on the Commission of International Crimes by Government Leaders 48: Olympia Bekou: The ICC and Capacity Building at the National Level 49: Elizabeth Evenson and Alison Smith: Completion, Legacy, and Complementarity at the ICC 50: Philipp Ambach: A Look towards the Future -- The ICC and Lessons Learnt

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