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Perpetrators of International Crimes


Tackles the dominant themes in the emergent field of perpetrator studies Examines prominent case studies ranging from Nazi Germany, to Rwanda, Sir Lanka and the Islamic state through an inter-disciplinary lens Critically reflects on the current state of scholarship drawing out key research on theories, methods, and evidence

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International Affairs – Volume 95, Issue 3, May 2019


International Affairs is one of the world’s leading journals of international relations and one of the few to cover the entire discipline. Founded by and edited at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, it has been in existence for over 90 years and has become renowned for its academically rigorous, practitioner-focused scholarship. Over the years it has featured articles not only from many of the leading international relations scholars but also from those rising in the profession. This lively and provocative journal will keep you up to date with latest critical thinking on the key issues shaping today’s world. Whatever your level and area of interest, you will find International Affairs readable, informative and stimulating.

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Breaking the Cycle of Mass Atrocities – Marina Aksenova, Elies van Sliedregt, Stephan Parmentier


Breaking the Cycle of Mass Atrocities investigates the role of international criminal law at different stages of mass atrocities, shifting away from its narrow understanding solely as an instrument of punishment of those most responsible. The book is premised on the idea that there are distinct phases of collective violence, and international criminal law contributes in one way or another to each phase. The authors therefore explore various possibilities for international criminal law to be of assistance in breaking the vicious cycle at its different junctures.

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The European Union and Deprivation of Liberty – Leandro Mancano


The European Union and Deprivation of Liberty examines the EU legislative and judicial approach to deprivation of liberty from the perspective of the following fundamental rights and principles: the principle of legality and proportionality of penalties; the right to liberty; and the principle that criminal penalties must aim for the social reintegration of the offenders. The book measures the relevant EU law against those rights; this constitutes the very core of the relationship between public powers and individual liberty. The analysis shows that the ultimate goal of the Union is the creation and preservation of the EU as a borderless area. The holistic approach adopted in the book explains how different legal phenomena connected to deprivation of liberty have come into being in EU law. It also shows that those phenomena call for solutions suitable for the peculiarities of the EU legal order.

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International Theory – Volume 11 / Issue 2, July 2019

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International Theory Volume 11 / Issue 2, July 2019 ISSN: 1752-9719 (Print), 1752-9727 (Online) @InternatlTheory @CambridgeUniversityPressPolitics International Theory (IT) is a peer reviewed journal which promotes theoretical scholarship about the positive, legal, and normative aspects of world politics respectively. IT is open to theory of absolutely all varieties and from …

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International Relations of the Asia-Pacific – Volume 19, Issue 2, May 2019

International Relations of the Asia-Pacific

International Relations of the Asia-Pacific is a major international journal publishing the best original research in the field. The journal, launched in 2001, is published three times a year in January, May and September. Papers are welcomed from all international relations scholars, both within and without the Asia-Pacific region. The aims of International Relations of the Asia-Pacific are twofold: to bring outstanding general scholarship in international relations to readers in the Asia-Pacific; and to provide a dedicated outlet for scholars working on the international relations of the region. The circulation of the journal includes all the members of the Japan Association of International Relations, thereby guaranteeing substantial readership within the region. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific focusses on: the relations between the countries within the Asia-Pacific region; the relations between the Asia-Pacific and the rest of the world; and general issues and theories of international relations that have a bearing on one or more countries of the Asia-Pacific. The journal is open to all methodological approaches and schools of thought. Among the topics that fall within the journal’s focus are, for example: • the ‘Asian values’ debate • Indonesian foreign policy after Suharto • the political economy of investment in the Asia-Pacific • Japan’s ‘special relationships’ with the UK and the USA • Association of South-East Asian nations and the China– Japan–US triangle • the rise of regionalism in the Asia-Pacific • the role of international institutions • humanitarian intervention in Cambodia and East Timor • reconciliation on the Korean peninsula • the Theatre Missile Defence initiative and regional responses • the metamorphosis of state sovereignty: Asia-Pacific examples • the Asian financial crisis and the International Monetary Fund

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Chinese Journal of International Law – Volume 18, Issue 1, March 2019

Chinese Journal of International Law

The Chinese Journal of International Law is the leading forum for articles on international law by Chinese scholars and on international law issues relating to China. An independent, peer-reviewed research journal edited primarily by scholars from mainland China, and published in association with the Chinese Society of International Law, Beijing, and Wuhan University Institute of International Law, Wuhan, the Journal is a general international law journal with a focus on materials and viewpoints from and/or about China, other parts of Asia, and the broader developing world.

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Feminist Dialogues on International Law


In the past decade, a sense of feminist 'success' has developed within the United Nations and international law, recognized in the Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security, the increased jurisprudence on gender based crimes in armed conflict from the ICTR/Y and the ICC, the creation of UN Women, and Security Council sanctions against perpetrators of sexual violence in armed conflict. Contributing to the development of feminist and gender scholarship on international law, Gina Heathcote provides a feminist analysis of the central pillars of international law, noting the advances and limitations of feminist approaches. Through incorporating into mainstream international legal studies specific critical and feminist narratives, this book considers the manner in which feminist thinking has changed international law, and the manner in which international law has remained impervious to key feminist dialogues. It argues for a return to structural bias feminism that engages the foundations of international law and uses gender as a method for challenging post-millennium narratives on fragmentation, the role of international institutions, the nature of legal authority, sovereignty, and the role of international legal experts.

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International Studies Perspectives – Volume 20, Issue 2, May 2019

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International Studies Perspectives Volume 20, Issue 2, May 2019 ISSN: 1528-3577, EISSN: 1528-3585 @isanet @intlstudiesassociation Each journal in the ISA group of journals has a particular mission and scope.  ISP publishes four types of articles:  Policy Research and Commentary These articles address current or recent policy debates – broadly conceived …

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American Journal of International Law – Volume 113 / Issue 2, April 2019

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AJIL is a leading peer-reviewed journal, published quarterly since 1907. It features articles, essays, editorial comments, current developments, and book reviews by pre-eminent scholars and practitioners from around the world addressing developments in public and private international law and foreign relations law. The Journal also contains analyses of decisions by national and international courts and tribunals as well as a section on contemporary U.S. practice in international law. AJIL and AJIL Unbound are indispensable for all professionals working in international law, economics, trade, and foreign affairs. 2-year Impact Factor 1.907. ASIL members should log in to the American Society of International Law​ webpages to gain access to the full AJIL archive.

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Journal of Conflict Resolution – Volume 63 Issue 5, May 2019

Journal of Conflict Resolution

Journal of Conflict Resolution (JCR), peer-reviewed and published eight times a year, for more than fifty years has provided scholars and researchers with the latest studies and theories on the causes of and solutions to the full range of human conflict. JCR focuses on conflict between and within states, but also explores a variety of inter-group and interpersonal conflicts that may help in understanding problems of war and peace. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

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