Symposium on the future of international criminal justice
- Santa Clara, California : School of Law, University of Santa Clara, 
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- v, 382 pages ; 26 cm
KZ7047 .S963 2010
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- Includes bibliographical references.
- Challenges facing a rule-of-law-oriented world order / M. Cherif Bassioni
- Terrorism and international criminal justice : dim prospects for a future together / Naomi Norberg
- Terrorism's proscription and core elements of an objective definition / Jordan J. Paust
- Humanizing terrorism through international criminal law : equal justice for victims, fair treatment of suspects, and fundamental human rights at the ICC / Kathleen Maloney-Dunn
- Should terrorism be subject to universal jurisdiction? / Luz E. Nagle
- Terrorism and international criminal law after the Military Commission Acts / Stephen I. Vladeck
- The complementarity conundrum : are we watching evolution or evisceration? / Michael A. Newton
- The principle of complementarity and the International Criminal Court : the role of ne bis in idem / Linda E. Carter
- The practice of the International Criminal Court : comments on "The complementarity conundrum" / Linda M. Keller
- Coming to terms with ruthlessness : sovereign equality, global pluralism, and the limits of international human rights law / Jamie Mayerfeld
- Systematic effects of international responsibility for international crimes / André Nollkaemper
- Working the system : a comment on André Nollkaemper's system criminality in international law / Allen S. Weiner
- How system criminality could exacerbate the weakness of international criminal law / Julian Ku
- Accountability for system criminality / Mark A. Drumbl.
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- Future of international criminal justice
- Symposium held March 13, 2009, Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, California.
- Symposium issue of Santa Clara journal of international law, volume 8, number 1 (2010).
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- Santa Clara journal of international law.