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Legacies of the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia : a multidisciplinary approach


Introduction: Legacy as Dialogue: Reflecting on the ICTY Experience / Carsten Stahn. - PART I OPENING REFLECTIONS. - 1 The Last Testament of the ICTY / Carmel Agius. - 2 Making Complementarity a Reality: The Experiences of the ICTY and IRMCT Office of the Prosecutor / Serge Brammertz. - 3 The ICTY and the Defence Legacy: The Association of Counsel Practising Before the ICTY / Colleen Rohan. - 4 The Moral Legacy of the ICTY, Miguel de Serpa Soares. - PART II LEGACY LENSES, THEORIZATIONS, AND NARRATIVES. - 5 The ICTY is Dead! Long Live the ICTY!: ICTY Legacies in Perspective / Carsten Stahn. - 6 Legacies in the Making at the ICTY / Viviane E. Dittrich. - 7 The Narrative Legacies of Exceptional Crime: The Prosecutor as a Peacebuilder / Simone Gigliotti and Amber Pierce. - 8 Meandering Jurisprudence and Unanticipated Legacies: The ICTY's Reach into Domestic Civil Litigation / Mark Drumbl, - PART III EXPRESSIVE PRACTICES, JUDICIAL RECORD, HISTORY, AND TRUTH. - 9 Symbolic Expression at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia / Marina Aksenova. - 10 A Partial View of History: ICTY Judgments as 'Judicial Truths' / Luigi Prosperi and Aldo Zammit Borda . - 11 Handle with Care: ICTY, Juridical By-products, and Criminological Analyses / Andy Aydin-Aitchiso. - PART IV EVIDENCE, WITNESS TESTIMONY, AND WITNESS EXPERIENCES. - 12 Lessons Learned from the Use of DNA Evidence in Srebrenica-related Trials at the ICTY / Kweku Vanderpuye and Christopher Mitchell, - 13 Whither Thou Truth and Justice: Witness Perceptions About their Contributions to the ICTY / Kimi Lynn King and James Meernik. - PART V CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, COURT MANAGEMENT, AND OUTREACH. - 14 Defence Investigative Ethics: Practical Lessons from the ICTY's Legacy for Counsel Practising in the Region / Michael G. Karnavas. - 15 Judgments and Judgment Drafting, / Thomas Wayde Pittman and Marko Divac Öberg. - 16 Muzzling the Press: When Does the Law Justify Reporting Restrictions? Contempt Cases Against Journalists at the ICTY and Beyond / Audrey Fino and Sandra Sahyouni. - 17 Translating and Interpreting at the ICTY: Lessons Learned / Ellen Elias-Bursać. - 18 Was it Worth it? A Look into the Results of the ICTY's Outreach Programme / Petar Finci. - 19 The Legacy of Youth Outreach at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia / Adrian Plevin. - PART VI PUNISHMENT, SENTENCING, AND BEYOND. - 20 Punishing for Humanity: The Sentencing Legacy of the ICTY / Margaret M. deGuzman. - 21Vertical Inconsistency of International Sentencing? The ICTY and Domestic Courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Barbora Holá. - 22 When Justice is Done: The ICTY and the Post-trial Phase / Joris van Wijk and Barbora Holá . - PART VII IMPACT ON DOMESTIC LEGAL SYSTEMS. - 23 Narratives of Justice and War in Croatia / Ivor Sokolić. - 24 The Legacy of the ICTY: The Three-tiered Approach to Justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Benchmarks for Measuring Success / Jennifer Trahan and Iva Vukušić. - 25 Cooperation between Serbia and the ICTY for the Investigation and Prosecution of Violations of International Humanitarian Law / Tatjana Dawson and Ljiljana Hellman. - 26 'We Learnt that from The Hague': How the ICTY Influenced the Fairness of Criminal Trials in the Former Yugoslavia / Kei Hannah Brodersen. - PART VIII SOCIETAL IMPACT, RECEPTION, AND GAPS. - 27 The Peace versus Justice Debate Revisited: The ICTY's Impact on the Bosnian Peace Process / Jacqueline R. McAllister. - 28 Croatia's Homeland War, the Battles Over Victor's Justice, and the Legacy of the ICTY / Victor Peskin. - 29 The (Lack of) Impact of the ICTY on the Public Memory of the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Jovana Mihajlović Trbovc. - 30 The Broken Path to Reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Field Study of Memories / Rosa Aloisi. - 31 The ICTY, Truth, and Reconciliation: A Meta Reconceptualization / Janine Natalya Clark. First edition. liv, 613 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm

  • Stahn, Carsten, 1971-
  • NIOD Bibliotheek
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Identificatienummer van NIOD Instituut voor Oorlogs-, Holocaust- en Genocidestudies
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  • International criminal courts.
  • International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991.
  • Crimes against humanity--Yugoslavia.
  • Criminal procedure (International law)
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