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Critical Assessments of International Criminal Courts

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Edited by: Magda Karagiannakis

ISBN13: 9781862877993
Published: September 2010
Publisher: The Federation Press
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: £34.99

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This volume focuses on the operational of international and hybrid criminal courts. Eight expert authors analyse what happened, or didn't happen, in the major international criminal tribunals (ICTs) of the past 20 years, and make constructive suggestions for improvements. Four articles concern issues in particular tribunals: Rwanda, Sierra Leone, East Timor and Cambodia. Other articles consider the problems raised by the right to a speedy trial in ICTs and the principle that the ICC should be complementary to, and not competitive with, state domestic courts. Critical Assessments of International Criminal Courts is a special issue (Volume 27 No 1) of the journal Law in Context.

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International Criminal Law
1. Introduction Magda Karagiannakis 2. The Chameleon Court: The Changing Face of the ICC Michael A Newton 3. International Tribunals and the Right to a Speedy Trial: Problems and Possible Remedies David Tolbert and Fergal Gaynor 4. Justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Are Criticisms Just? Kirsten MF Keith 5. Accountability in the Balance: Trials Before the Special Panels for Serious Crimes in East Timor 1999-2005 David Cohen 6. Insufficiently Hybrid: Assessing the Special Court for Sierra Leone Tim Kelsall 7. Symbolic, Shambolic or Simply Sui Generis? Reflections from the Field on Cambodia's Extraordinary Chambers Michelle Staggs Kelsall