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Journal of International Criminal Justice - Volume 19, Issue 2, May 2021

Journal of International Criminal Justice – Volume 19, Issue 2, May 2021

Journal of International Criminal Justice - Volume 19, Issue 2, May 2021

Journal of International Criminal Justice

Volume 19, Issue 2, May 2021

ISSN: 1478-1387, EISSN: 1478-1395

The Journal of International Criminal Justice aims to promote a profound collective reflection on the new problems facing international law.

Established by a group of distinguished criminal lawyers and international lawyers, the Journal addresses the major problems of justice from the angle of law, jurisprudence, criminology, penal philosophy, and the history of international judicial institutions.

It is intended for graduate and post-graduate students, practitioners, academics, government officials, as well as the hundreds of people working for international criminal courts.

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In Memoriam: Robert Cryer, b. 2 August 1974 — d. 3 January 2021
Neil Boister, Darryl Robinson, Sergey Vasiliev, Martins Paparinskis, Meagan Wong …

Articles
‘Cosmopolitan Citizenship’, Territorial Borders, and Bringing Denationalized Terrorists to Justice
Matthew Seet

Autonomous Weapons and the Responsibility Gap in light of the Mens Rea of the War Crime of Attacking Civilians in the ICC Statute
Marta Bo

Transparent Uniforms: The Legal Status of Reservists in International Law
Ady Niv

Ending Impunity for Forced Marriage in Conflict Zones: The Need for Greater Judicial Emphasis on the Human Rights of Girls
Kathleen M Maloney

Symposium
Torture by Non-state Actors
Foreword
Ginevra Le Moli

Torture by Non-state Actors: Four Inquiries
Ginevra Le Moli

‘Quasi-governors’ and Questions Relating to Impunity and Legal Certainty
Tatyana Eatwell, Steven Powles QC

What is Torture? Making the Case for Expanding the Definition to Include Private Individuals as Perpetrators
Émilie Pottle

Can Private Actors Torture? *
Manfred Nowak

‘Another Step in What it Means to Be Human’ — Prohibition v. Criminalization of Torture as a Private Act
Paola Gaeta

Thinking Beyond the Offence of Torture
An Interview with Andrew Clapham

Some Views on Torture from Asia
W.L. Cheah

Book Reviews
Florian Jeßberger and Julia Geneuss (eds), Why Punish Perpetrators of Mass Atrocities?
Claudia Cárdenas Aravena

Rustam Atadjanov, Humanness as a Protected Legal Interest of Crimes Against Humanity—Conceptual and Normative Aspects (Asser Press, 2019) 324 pp. (Hardback) £109 ISBN 978-94-6265-298-9
Gerhard Kemp

Philippe Sands, The Ratline: Love, Lies and Justice on the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2020) 412 pp. (Hardback) £20.00 ISBN 978 1 4746 0812 1
Parisa Zangeneh

Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, Karinna Fernández and Sebastián Smart (eds), Complicidad económica con la dictadura chilena. Un país desigual a la fuerza (LOM Ediciones, 2019), 480 pp. 22000 Chilean Pesos. ISBN 978-956-00-1144-2 (digital ISBN 978-956-00-1209-8)
Romina E Pezzot

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