Designing Criminal Tribunals: Sovereignty and International Concerns in the Protection of Human Rights

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - Всего страниц: 189
The authors argue that international criminal tribunals are legal institutions embedded within a political environment in which the need for nation-state consensus can undermine their judicial effectiveness. They examine how the demands of state sovereignty and finance have contributed to the constant innovation of these tribunals.

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Individual Accountability under
1
The International Criminal Tribunal for
17
The Special Court for Sierra Leone
29
The Serious Crimes Panel
47
Financial Considerations in the Maintenance of International Tribunals
61
The Completion Strategy for the International Criminal Tribunal
71
Understanding the Effectiveness of International Hybrid and Domestic
83
Structure Jurisdiction and Composition of the Tribunals
99
Resolutions for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
113
Resolutions for the Special Court for Sierra Leone
129
Resolutions for the Extraordinary Chambers for Cambodia
155
Bibliography
177
Index
185
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