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Justice for Crimes Against Humanity

edited by Mark Lattimer and Philippe Sands
Format
Book
Published
Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart, 2003.
Language
English
ISBN
1841134139
Contents
  • Introduction / Mark Lattimer and Philippe Sands
  • pt. I. Atrocity, impunity, justice. From Nuremberg to Rome: a personal account / Benjamin Ferencz ; Universal jurisdiction: new uses for an old tool / Christopher Keith Hall ; Immunities for heads of state: where do we stand? / Brigitte Stern ; Their atrocities and our misdemeanours: the reticence of states to try their 'own nationals' for international crimes / Timothy L.H. McCormack
  • pt. II. Justice in international and mixed law courts. The international criminal tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda / Graham T. Blewitt ; The collection and admissibility of evidence and the rights of the accused / Richard May ; The permanent international criminal court / M. Cherif Bassiouni ; Striking a balance: mixed law tribunals and conflicts of jurisdiction / Diane F. Orentlicher
  • pt. III. Justice in national courts. Pursuing crimes against humanity in the United States: the need for a comprehensive liability regime / William J. Aceves and Paul L. Hoffman ; Criminal responsibility in the UK for international crimes beyond Pinochet / Clare Montgomery ; Civil reparation in national courts for victims of human rights abuse / Fiona McKay ; National action challenged: sovereignty, immunity and universal jurisdiction before the International Court of Justice / Andrew Clapham
  • pt. IV. Perspectives from practitioners. Personal perspectives. PW Botha before South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation process / Alex Boraine ; Prosecuting Hastings Banda in Malawi / Sadakat Kadri ; The contribution of international tribunals to the development of international criminal law / Eric David ; UK prosecutions for crimes under international law / Geoffrey Bindman ; The UN human rights machinery and international criminal law / Nigel Rodley ; Using universal jurisdiction to combat impunity / Reed Brody
  • pt. V. Conclusion. Enforcing human rights through international criminal law / Mark Lattimer.
Description
xv, 512 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [495]-499) and index.
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