Internationalized Criminal Courts: Sierra Leone, East Timor, Kosovo, and Cambodia by Cesare P.R. RomanoInternationalized Criminal Courts: Sierra Leone, East Timor, Kosovo, and Cambodia by Cesare P.R. Romano

Internationalized Criminal Courts: Sierra Leone, East Timor, Kosovo, and Cambodia

EditorCesare P.R. Romano, Andre Nollkaemper, Jann K. Kleffner

Paperback | November 2, 2004

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In response to the weaknesses of international tribunals and domestic courts in the prosecution of crimes such as genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, a new generation of "internationalized" criminal courts has been established. This book addresses three active and one putative jurisdiction of this kind in East Timor, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, and Cambodia.
Cesare P.R. Romano is Assistant Director of the Project on International Courts and Tribunals, at the Center on International Cooperation, New York University; and Associate Professor at Fordham University. Andre Nollkaemper id Professor of Public International Law and Director of the Amsterdam Center for International Law at the Facu...
Title:Internationalized Criminal Courts: Sierra Leone, East Timor, Kosovo, and CambodiaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:552 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.24 inPublished:November 2, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

PrefaceAcknowledgementsAbbreviationsTable of ContentsINTRODUCTION1. A. Cassese: The role of internationalized courts and tribunals in the fight against international criminality2. D. Shraga: The Second Generation UN-Based Tribunals: A Diversity Of Mixed JurisdictionsPART I: INTERNATIONALIZED CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALSKosovo3. J. Cerone and C. Baldwin: Explaining and Evaluating the UNMIK Court System4. J-C. Cady and N. Booth: Internationalized Courts in Kosovo: An UNMIK PerspectiveEast Timor5. S. De Bertodano: East Timor: Trials and Tribulations6. B.Lyons: Getting Untrapped, Struggling For Truths: The Commission For Reception, Truth And Reconciliation (CAVR) In East TimorSierra Leone7. A. Smith: Sierra Leone: The Intersection of Law, Policy and Practice8. P. Mochochoko and G. Tortora: The Management Committee for the Special Court for Sierra Leone9. W. Schabas: Internationalized Courts And Their Relationship With Alternative Accountability Mechanisms: The Case Of Sierra LeoneCambodia10. C. Etcheson: The Politics of Genocide Justice in Cambodia11. E. Meijer: The Extraordinary Chambers In the Courts of CambodiaPART II: CROSS-CUTTING ASPECTSInstitution Building12. C. Romano: The Judges and Prosecutors of Internationalized Criminal Courts and Tribunals13. T. Ingadottir: The Financing of Internationalized Criminal Courts and TribunalsLaw and Procedure14. B. Swart: Internationalized Courts And Substantive Criminal Law15. H. Friman: Procedural Law of Internationalized Criminal CourtsRelationship with Third Entities: National Courts, Third States, and the ICC16. J. Kleffner and A. Nollkaemper: The Relationship Between Internationalized Courts And National Courts17. G. Sluiter: Legal Assistance to Internationalized Criminal Courts and Tribunals18. M. Benzing and M. Bergsmo: Some Tentative Remarks On The Relationship Between Internationalized Criminal Jurisdictions and The International Criminal Court19. M. Colitti: Geographical and Jurisdictional Reach of the ICC: Gaps in the International Criminal Justice System and a Role for Internationalized BodiesCONCLUSIONS AND POST-FACE20. L. Condorelli and T.Boutruche: Internationalized Criminal Courts and Tribunals: Are They Necessary?21. A. Pellet: Internationalized Courts: Better Than NothingSelected BibliographyUseful WebsitesAnalytical Index

Editorial Reviews

"Anyone interested in international criminal justice will derive much benefit from reading this book."--The Law and Politics Book Review