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Symposium on the future of international criminal justice.


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Santa Clara, California : School of Law, University of Santa Clara, [2010]
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  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • v, 382 pages ; 26 cm
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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). Cover title.
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.
Weiner, Allen S., author.
University of Santa Clara. School of Law.
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Santa Clara journal of international law.

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