Preface - 8[-]The Prosecutor: Interview with Benjamin Ferencz - 14[-]The Judge: Interview with Antonio Cassese - 48[-]Removing the Lock from the Courthouse Door - 94[-]Compensating Victims of the Crimes of War - 102.
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The prestigious Praemium Erasmianum 2009 was awarded to Benjamin Ferencz and Antonio Cassese, who embody the history of international criminal law from Nuremberg to The Hague. The Prosecutor and the Judge is a meeting with these two remarkable men through in depth interviews by Heikelina Verrijn Stuart and Marlise Simons about their work and ideas, about the war crimes trials, human cruelty, the self-interest of states; about remorse in the courtroom, about restitution and compensation for victims and about the strength and the limitations of the international courts. (source: Nielsen Book Data)