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Obstacles on the Road to Gender Justice: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as Object Lesson
Although unlawful, violence against women continues to be employed as a deliberate tactic of war to humiliate, dominate, and instill fear in embattled communities, as recently noted by the SecurityExpand
Crimen Sine Lege: Judicial Lawmaking at the Intersection of Law and Morals
One of the most fundamental defenses to a criminal prosecution is that of nullum crimen sine lege, nulla poena sine lege ("no crime without law, no punishment without law") (NCSL). NotwithstandingExpand
Negotiating at the Interface of Power & Law: The Crime of Aggression
Delegates recently convened in Kampala, Uganda to lay the groundwork for the International Criminal Court’s eventual prosecution of the crime of aggression. This achievement caps decades ofExpand
The Killing of Osama Bin Laden and Anwar Al-Aulaqi: Uncharted Legal Territory
In this paper, the author systematically examines the various legal arguments that were prompted by the killings of Osama Bin Laden and Anwar Al-Aulaqi. The author reviews the relevant internationalExpand
The Definition of Crimes Against Humanity: Resolving the Incoherence
This Article discusses the contours of the prohibition of crimes against humanity with reference to proceedings before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) andExpand
The Building Blocks of Hybrid Justice
The commission of mass atrocities — genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes — inevitably generates clarion calls for accountability from a range of international actors, including civilExpand
Par in Parem Imperium Non Habet: Complementarity and the Crime of Aggression
The principle of complementarity undergirds the International Criminal Court’s admissibility regime. And yet, in the negotiations leading up to the 2010 Review Conference in Kampala, Uganda,Expand
The Many Faces of Complicity in International Law
This paper captures remarks made at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law on a panel devoted to exploring the scope of complicity under international law. My focus isExpand
In Defense of Civil Redress: The Domestic Enforcement of Human Rights Norms in the Context of the Proposed Hague Judgments Convention
At the time this Article was written, delegations from forty-five countries were in the process of drafting the Convention on Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters ("theExpand