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27 Sep 2020, 1:55 pm
Assessing the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Göran Sluiter & Marc Tiernan, The Right to an Effective Defence During ECCC Investigations Natasha Naidu & Sarah Williams, The Function and Dysfunction of the Pre-Trial Chamber at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Kai Ambos, The ECCC’s Contribution to Substantive ICL: The Notion of ‘Civilian Population’ in the Context of Crimes Against Humanity Elinor Fry & Elies van Sliedregt, Targeted… [read post]
1 May 2016, 9:06 pm
Tensions in the International System for the Control of Drugs Wenwei Guan, IPRs, Public Health, and International Trade: An International Law Perspective on the TRIPS Amendment Massimo Lando, The Advisory Jurisdiction of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Comments on the Request for an Advisory Opinion Submitted by the Sub-Regional Fisheries Commission Salvatore Fabio Nicolosi, Disconnecting Humanitarian Law from EU Subsidiary Protection: A Hypothesis of Defragmentation… [read post]
10 Sep 2012, 6:42 am
Contents include:Rod Rastan, The Jurisdictional Scope of Situations Before the International Criminal Court Elinor Fry, Between Show Trials and Sham Prosecutions: The Rome Statute‚Äôs Potential Effect on Domestic Due Process Protections Matthew Gillett, The Call of Justice: Obligations Under the Genocide Convention to Cooperate with the International Criminal Court Markus Eikel, Witness Protection Measures at the International Criminal Court: Legal Framework and Emerging… [read post]
15 Oct 2016, 7:35 am by Zachary Burdette
Elinor Fry examined the line between freedom of expression and criminal incitement under Dutch law. [read post]
14 Oct 2016, 1:06 pm by Zachary Burdette, Quinta Jurecic
The Syrian government negotiated an evacuation deal with 400 rebels entrenched outside Damascus, reports Reuters. [read post]
For example, Matthew Weybrecht cited Humanitarian Law Project and Brandenburg to argue that self-radicalization may lead to another carve-out in free speech jurisprudence, while Elinor Fry summarized the famous Dutch Context prosecution, noting how the Netherlands’ incitement requirement differs from Brandenburg. [read post]