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Self-Representation before the International Criminal Court: Safeguarding the Interests of Justice and Protecting Human Rights

At the beginning of the new millennium, two cases before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) — namely, Milosević and Šešelj — sparked an outburst of scholarly comment regarding the right to self-representation within international criminal tribunals. … Continue reading » “Self-Representation before the International Criminal Court: Safeguarding the Interests of Justice and Protecting Human Rights”

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Understanding Aggression: Legal Status and Individual Criminal Responsibility before the 2010 Kampala Conference

The Nuremberg Charter introduced the crime of aggression into international law. The American Chief Prosecutor Robert Jackson gave a famous promise that offenders who commit acts of aggression shall be prosecuted and international criminal law would be applied against them. … Continue reading » “Understanding Aggression: Legal Status and Individual Criminal Responsibility before the 2010 Kampala Conference”

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