Journal of International Criminal Justice
Volume 19, Issue 3, July 2021
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.
Genocide Never Sleeps. Living Law at the International Criminal Tribunal for RwandaGet accessArrow
Thijs B Bouwknegt
Legal Diversity at the International Criminal Court: Reflections of a JudgeGet accessArrow
The Cause of all Humanity: Why the United States should support the International Criminal CourtGet accessArrow
The Crime of Unconstitutional Change of Government: Concept and Main Hurdles in Its ImplementationGet accessArrow
The United States and the ICC: The Court that Cannot Operate Against UsGet accessArrow
Hate Crimes Against Minorities in India: Locating the Value of an International Criminal Law Discourse?Get accessArrow
De-objectifying Animals: Could they Qualify as Victims before the International Criminal Court?
Guénaёl Mettraux, International Crimes: Law and Practice, Volume I: GenocideGet accessArrow
Functional Immunity of Foreign State Officials Before National Courts: A Legal Opinion by Germany’s Federal Public Prosecutor GeneralGet accessArrow
Claus Kreß, Peter Frank, Christoph Barthe
Consequences of the Lack of Criminalization of Enforced Disappearance at the Domestic Level: The Italian ExperienceGet accessArrow
Born Under a Bad Sign: Was There a Widespread or Systematic Attack Against Rio de Janeiro’s Favela Population in 2018?Get accessArrow
Sven Peterke, Carlos Vasconcelos
Who Enforces an Arrest Warrant of the International Criminal Court? An Assessment of the ICC Appeals Chamber’s Surrogation of Jurisdiction Theory from the Perspective of International Organizations LawGet accessArrow
The ICC, Self-created Challenges and Missed Opportunities to Legitimize Authority over Non-states PartiesGet accessArrow