viernes, enero 21, 2022

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History and International Law

History and International Law

History and International Law An Intertwined Relationship Edited by Annalisa Ciampi, Professor of International Law, University of Verona, Italy ISBN: 978 1 78897 748 7Publicado: 2019Páginas: 232 eISBN: 978 1 78897 749 4 Publicado: 2019Páginas: 232 There is a deep and multifaceted relationship between international law and history – political …

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

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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 ICC and Israel: Prosecuting the Punitive Demolition of Palestinian Homes

OpinioJuris

The ICC and Israel: Prosecuting the Punitive Demolition of Palestinian Homes by Elvina Pothelet [Elvina Pothelet is a Visiting Researcher at the Harvard Law School and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Geneva.] Last Friday, a car-ramming attack in the West Bank killed two Israeli soldiers and injured two …

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Times Are Changing – and What About the International Rule of Law Then?

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Times Are Changing – and What About the International Rule of Law Then? Note from the Editors:  This week we hold the first EJIL:Talk! Contributing Editors’ Debate, where some or all of our distinguished Contributing Editors lend their views on broad themes of international law and the state of the art, …

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ICTY: Los crímenes en la ex Yugoslavia fueron perpetrados mayoritariamente por políticos y militares, no por naciones y pueblos

El Fiscal del Tribunal Penal Internacional para la ex Yugoslavia (ICTY), Serge Brammertz. Foto: ONU/Manuel Elías.

ICTY: Los crímenes en la ex Yugoslavia fueron perpetrados mayoritariamente por políticos y militares, no por naciones y pueblos 06 de diciembre, 2017 — El Fiscal del Tribunal Penal Internacional para la ex Yugoslavia (ICTY), Serge Brammertz, destacó hoy que los crímenes de guerra perpetrados en ese antiguo país de …

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Reflections on the Mladić Verdict: A High-Point for The ICTY’s Legacy and Perhaps Hope for Victims of Other Conflicts

OpinioJuris

Reflections on the Mladić Verdict: A High-Point for The ICTY’s Legacy and Perhaps Hope for Victims of Other Conflicts by Jennifer Trahan [Jennifer Trahan is an Associate Clinical Professor at the Center for Global Affairs at New York University.] As Jens Ohlin has written, a highly awaited verdict came out …

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Mladic Convicted

OpinioJuris

Mladic Convicted by Jens David Ohlin The ICTY Trial Chamber announced today its verdict in Prosecutor v.  Ratko Mladić and has found the defendant guilty and sentenced him to life in prison. (The judgement summary, which was read aloud in court, is available here. I don’t see a link to …

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Ukraine’s Dashed High Hopes: Predictable and Sober Decision of the ICJ on Indication of Provisional Measures in Ukraine v Russia

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Ukraine’s Dashed High Hopes: Predictable and Sober Decision of the ICJ on Indication of Provisional Measures in Ukraine v Russia There has been a lot of speculation on the possible outcome of Ukraine’s request for indication of provisional measures in the highly politicized case of Ukraine v Russia, in particular …

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The Use of ‘Do it Yourself’ Barrel Bombs under International Law

The Use of ‘Do it Yourself’ Barrel Bombs under International Law Among the continuing horrors reported from Syria, it is the use of certain weapons that time and again makes the headlines. While the use of chemical weapons led to an important response from the international community, in recent months …

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Diplomatic Asylum for Julian Assange?

Diplomatic Asylum for Julian Assange? Professor Kai Ambos is Chair of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Comparative Law and International Criminal Law at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany (since May 2003) and Judge at the Provincial Court (Landgericht) of Lower Saxony in Göttingen Julian Assange’s medal-worthy self-staging as a militant for worldwide freedom …

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ICJ Press Releases Distinguish the ICJ from other International Tribunals

ICJ Press Releases Distinguish the ICJ from other International Tribunals In the past couple of months the ICJ has inserted a paragraph at the end of its press releases which seeks to make clear that the ICJ is different from the other newer international tribunals out there. The paragraph can …

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Is Libya Under an Obligation to Surrender Saif Gaddafi to the ICC? (Part II) Has the UN Security Council Imposed Different Obligations of Cooperation from the Rome Statute?

Is Libya Under an Obligation to Surrender Saif Gaddafi to the ICC? (Part II) Has the UN Security Council Imposed Different Obligations of Cooperation from the Rome Statute? In a previous post, I dealt with the question whether Libya has an obligation to surrender Saif Al Islam Gaddafi pending any …

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