International Criminal Justice: A Critical Analysis of Institutions and Procedures
Summary: "Written by seasoned scholars and practitioners, this collection of essays provides a most comprehensive analysis of the institutional dynamics and political underpinnings of international criminal justice. They explore and provide critical comment on the main institutional difficulties experienced by International Tribunals."--Publisher description.
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Equality of Arms Guiding Light or Empty Shell?
Gathering Evidence in International Criminal Trials The View of the Defence Lawyer
The Completion Strategy of the ICTY and the ICTR
Salient Comparative and Hierarchical Aspects
The International Criminal Judiciary Problems of Judicial Selection Independence and Ethics
The Role of a Defence Office Some Lessons from Recent and not so Recent War Crimes Precedents
Adversarial Inquisitorial or Mixed?
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