From impunity to accountability : forces of transformation and the changing international human rights context / Paul G. Lauren -- From the Nuremberg Charter to the Rome Statute : A historical analysis of the limits of international criminal accountability / Michael D. Biddiss -- International criminal justice and the United States : law, culture, power / David P. Forsythe -- Violations of human rights and humanitarian law and threats to international peace and security / George J. Andreopoulos -- The individual within international law / Michail Wladimiroff -- Gender-related crimes : a feminist perspective / Christine Chinkin -- International criminal courts and the admissibility of evidence / Bert Swart -- Balancing the rights of the accused with the imperatives of accountability / William A. Schabas -- We the people : the position of NGOs in gathering evidence and giving witness at international criminal trials / Helen Durham -- Democracy, global governance, and the International Criminal Court / Madeline H. Morris -- Reconciling fractured societies : an African perspective on the role of judicial prosecutions / Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu -- Demystifying Osama Bin Laden : fair trials for international terrorists / Geoffrey Robertson -- The complexity of international criminal law : looking beyond individual responsibility to the responsibility of organizations, corporations, and states / Andrew Clapham -- The international Criminal Court and the prohibition of the use of children in armed conflict / Julia Maxted -- The international Criminal Court : obstacle or contribution to an effective system of human rights protection? / Cees Flinterman -- Dealing with guilt beyond crime : the strained quality of universal justice / Ramesh Thakur
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