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Legitimacy Of International Criminal Tribunals

Legitimacy Of International Criminal Tribunals - Hayashi, Nobuo (EDT)/ Bailliet, Cecilia (EDT) - ISBN: 9781107146174
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
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This multidisciplinary volume investigates the challenge of attaining legitimacy by international criminal courts and tribunals.

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Titel: Legitimacy Of International Criminal Tribunals
auteur: Hayashi, Nobuo (EDT)/ Bailliet, Cecilia (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 524
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Recht
Afmetingen: 228 x 152 x 29
Gewicht: 870 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781107146174
Intern nummer: 33837809

Inhoudsopgave

Introduction Nobuo Hayashi, Cecelia M. Bailliet and Joanna Nicholson; Part I. Theories and Perspectives: 1. The legitimacy of international criminal tribunals Larry May and Shannon Fyfe; 2. Conceptualising and measuring the legitimacy of international criminal tribunals Silje Aambø Langvatn and Theresa Squatrito; 3. Between international criminal justice and injustice: theorising legitimacy Sergey Vasiliev; 4. Legitimacy, legality, and the possibility of a pluralist international criminal law Asad Kiyani; 5. The legitimacy and effectiveness of international criminal tribunals: a criminal policy perspective Athanasios Chouliaras; Part II. Norms and Objectives: 6. Legitimacy and ICC jurisdiction following Security Council referrals: conduct on the territory of non-Party States and the legality principle Rogier Bartels; 7. Is the Yugoslav Tribunal guilty of hyper-humanising international humanitarian law? Nobuo Hayashi; 8. 'One of the challenges that can plausibly be raised against them'? On the role of truth in debates about the legitimacy of international criminal tribunals Jakob V. H. Holtermann; 9. Hidden legitimacy: crafting judicial narratives in the shadow of secrecy at a war crimes tribunal - a speculation Timothy William Waters; Part III. Complementarity and Regionalism: 10. Positive complementarity and legitimacy - is the International Criminal Court shifting from judicial restraint towards intervention? Ignaz Stegmiller; 11. African supranational criminal jurisdiction: one step towards ending impunity or two steps backwards for international criminal justice? Dorothy Makaza; 12. Legitimacy defects and legal flaws of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon: dilemmas of the 'peace through justice' theorem Martin Wählisch; Part IV. Parties to the Proceedings: 13. Prosecutors' opening statements: the rhetoric of law, politics and silent war Damien Rogers; 14. Effectiveness of international criminal tribunals: empirical assessment of rehabilitation as sentencing goal Barbora Hola, Jessica Kelder and Joris van Wijk; 15. Procedural justice, legitimacy, and victim participation in Uganda Stephen Smith Cody; Part V. States and NGOs: 16. Things fall apart: battles of legitimation and the politics of noncompliance and African sovereignty from the Rwanda tribunal to the ICC Victor Peskin; 17. Financing lady justice: how the funding systems of ad hoc tribunals could lend themselves to the possibility of judicial bias Mistale Taylor; 18. Claiming authority in the name of the other: human rights NGOs and the ICC Kjersti Lohne.

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