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This book gives a systematic overview of the historical development of international criminal courts and tribunals from the early attempts at Nuremberg in 1945 all the way to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, established in 2009, together with their basic documents. A brief introduction on each of the tribunals gives a historical background leading to the courts’ establishment, an explanation of the basic operational principles of the tribunals and an explanation of their structure. The aim of the book is to give the reader practical information on each of these international criminal tribunals and their statutes.