Journal of International Criminal Justice
Volume 18, Issue 5, November 2020
ISSN: 1478-1387, EISSN: 1478-1395
The Journal of International Criminal Justice aims to promote a profound collective reflection on the new problems facing international law.
Established by a group of distinguished criminal lawyers and international lawyers, the Journal addresses the major problems of justice from the angle of law, jurisprudence, criminology, penal philosophy, and the history of international judicial institutions.
It is intended for graduate and post-graduate students, practitioners, academics, government officials, as well as the hundreds of people working for international criminal courts.
The COVID-19 Pandemic and Ecological Connectivity: Implications for International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice
Janine Natalya Clark
The International Criminal Court during the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 and International Crimes Trials in Germany
Dual Nationality and International Criminal Court Jurisdiction
Balancing ‘the International’ and ‘the Domestic’: Sanctions under the ICC Principle of Complementarity
Beatriz E Mayans-Hermida, Barbora Holá
Proportionality in Refugee Exclusion: An Underestimated Analysis
Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
Judicial Review under Article 15 of the Rome Statute and the ‘Interests of Justice’: Towards a Renewed Understanding
The International Criminal Court versus the African Criminal Court: A Remodelling of the Principle of Complementarity as a Solution to Potential Conflicts of Jurisdiction between the Courts
National Prosecution of International Crimes: Legislation and Cases
Combating Impunity in Sri Lanka: Searching Beyond the United Nations
Ziada v. Gantz and Eshel: A Frontier Case on the Position of Civilian Victims of War
The Banality of Law
Reflections on The Oxford Handbook of International Criminal Law