International crimes

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Contents

  1. International Crimes (general) 
    a. Joint Criminal Enterprise
  2. Child Soldiers and Crimes Involving Children
  3. Crimes Against Humanity
  4. Genocide
  5. Sexual Violence as War Crimes
  6. Terrorism
  7. Torture
    a. Treatment of enemy combatants and terrorism suspects
    b. Lockerbie Trial
    c. War on Terror
  8. War crimes
    a. Doctrine of Command Responsibility and Defence of Superior Orders
    b. Nazi War Crimes

1. International Crimes (general)

Books

  1. Bantekas, Ilias and Nash, Susan, International Criminal Law (3rd ed, 2007)
  2. Bassiouni, M Cherif (ed), Post-Conflict Justice (2002)
  3. Beigbeder, Yves, International Justice against Impunity: Progress and New Challenges (2005)
  4. Beigbeder, Yves, Judging Criminal Leaders: The Slow Erosion of Impunity (2002)
  5. Bell, Peter, 'International Relief and Development NGOs and the International Justice System' (Paper presented at the Consultative Conference on International Criminal Justice, New York, 9-11 September, 2009) 
  6. Bergsmo, Morten (ed), ‘Criteria for Prioritizing and Selecting Core International Crimes Cases' (2009)  Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Publication Series No. 4 (2009)
  7. Boas, Gideon, Bischoff, James and Reid, Natalie, International Criminal Law Practitioner Library, Volume I: Forms of Responsibility in International Criminal Law (2007)
  8. Boas, Gideon, Bischoff, James and Reid, Natalie, International Criminal Law Practitioner Library, Volume II: Elements of Crimes under International Law (2008)
  9. Boot, Machteld, Genocide, Crimes against Humanity, War Crimes: Nullum Crimen sine Lege and the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (2002)
  10. Burchill, Richard, White, Nigel and Morris, Justin (eds), International Conflict and Security Law: Essays in Memory of Hilaire McCoubrey (2005)
  11. Cassese, Antonio (ed), The Oxford Companion to International Criminal Justice (2009)
  12. Cassese, Antonio, International Criminal Law (2003)
  13. Cassese, Antonio, International Criminal Law (2nd ed, 2008)
  14. Combs, Nancy, Guilty Pleas in International Criminal Law: Constructing a Restorative Justice Approach (2007)
  15. Cooper, Richard and Kohler, Juliette (eds), Responsibility to Protect: The Global Moral Compact for the 21st Century (2009)
  16. Cryer, Robert, et al., An Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure (2007)
  17. Cryer, Robert, Prosecuting International Crimes: Selectivity and the International Criminal Law Regime (2005)
  18. de Hoogh, Andre, Obligations Erga Omnes and International Crimes: A Theoretical Inquiry into the Implementation and Enforcement of the International Responsibility of States (1996)
  19. de Than, Claire and Shorts, Edwin, International Criminal Law and Human Rights (2003)
  20. Dixon, Rodney, Khan, Karim and May, Richard, Archbold International Criminal Courts (2003)
  21. Drumbl, Mark, Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law (2007)
  22. Dugard, John and van den Wyngaert, Christine, International Criminal Law and Procedure (1996)
  23. Findlay, Mark and Henham, Ralph, Beyond Punishment: Achieving International Criminal Justice (2010)
  24. Findlay, Mark and Henham, Ralph, Transforming International Criminal Justice: Retributive and Restorative Justice in the Trial Process (2005)
  25. Fletcher, George, The Grammar of Criminal Law: American, Comparative, and International: Volume One: Foundations (2007)
  26. Foley, Conor, The Thin Blue Line: How Humanitarianism Went to War (2008)
  27. Fournet, Caroline, International Crimes: Theories, Practice and Evolution (2006)
  28. Francisco, Maria, Aspects of Implementing the Culpability Principle both under International and National Criminal Law (2004)
  29. Friedrichs, David, State Crime (1998)
  30. Gilbert, Geoff, ‘Crimes Sans Frontieres: Jurisdictional Problems in English Law' (1992) 63 British Year Book of International Law 415-42 
  31. Grant, John and Baker, J Craig, International Criminal Law Deskbook (2006)
  32. Haveman, Roelof, Kavran, Olga and Nicholls, Julian (eds), Supranational Criminal Law: A System Sui Generis (2003)
  33. Johnson, Sterling, Peace without Justice: Hegemonic Instability or International Criminal Law? (2003)
  34. Jones, John and Powles, Steven, International Criminal Practice (1-3 ed, 1998, 2000, 2003)
  35. Knoops, Geert-Jan, Theory and Practice of International and Internationalized Criminal Proceedings (2005)
  36. Malekian, Farhad, International Criminal Law: The Legal and Critical Analysis of International Crimes (1991)
  37. Malekian, Farhad, The Monopolization of International Criminal Law in the United Nations: A Jurisprudential Approach (2nd ed, 1985)
  38. Manvell, Roger and Fraenkel, Heinrich, The Incomparable Crime: Mass Extermination in the Twentieth Century: The Legacy of Guilt (1967)
  39. May, Larry and Hoskins, Zachary, International Criminal Law and Philosophy (2010)
  40. May, Richard and Wierwa, Marieke, International Criminal Evidence (2002)
  41. Mueller, G O W and Wise, E M, International Criminal Law (1965)
  42. Mullins, Christopher and Rothe, Dawn, Blood, Power, and Bedlam: Violations of International Criminal Law in Post-Colonial Africa (2008)
  43. Neuner, Matthias (ed), National Legislation Incorporating International Crimes: Approaches of Civil and Common Law Countries (2003)
  44. Nollkaemper, Andre and Wilt, van der (eds), System Criminality in International Law (2009)
  45. Olasolo, Hector, The Criminal Responsibility of Senior Political and Military Leaders as Principals of International Crimes (2009)
  46. Olusanya, Olaoluwa (ed), Rethinking International Criminal Law: The Substantive Part (2007)
  47. Olusanya, Olaoluwa, Double Jeopardy without Parameters: Re-characterisation in International Criminal Law (2004)
  48. Passas, Nikos, International Crimes (2003)
  49. Paust, Jordan, et al., International Criminal Law: Cases and Materials (2000)
  50. Sluiter, Goran and Vasiliev, Sergey (eds), International Criminal Procedure: Towards a Coherent Body of Law (2009)
  51. Sobolewski, Edmund, Essay on International Criminal Law (1962)
  52. Sunga, Lyal, The Emerging System of International Criminal Law: Developments in Codification and Implementation (1997)
  53. Taylor, B Don III, 'Witness Proofing in International Criminal Law: Is Widening Procedural Divergence in International Criminal Tribunals a Cause for Concern?' (Paper presented at the 22nd International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, 11-15 July 2008) http://www.isrcl.org/Papers/2008/Taylor.pdf
  54. Terry, Laurel, ‘Challenges of Transnational Legal Practice: Advocacy and Ethics' (2009)  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law
  55. Tolbert, David and Kontic, Aleksandar, Final Report of the International Criminal Law Services (ICLS) Experts on the Sustainable Transition of the Registry and International Donor Support to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2009 (2008)
  56. van den Wyngaert, Christine (ed), International Criminal Law: A Collection of International and European Instruments (3rd ed, 2005)
  57. Werle, Gerhard, Principles of International Criminal Law (2005)
  58. Werle, Gerhard, Principles of International Criminal Law (2nd ed, 2009)
  59. Woetzel, Robert, A Report on the First and Second International Criminal Law Conferences, and Commentary (1973)
  60. Yee, Sienho, International Crime and Punishment: Selected Issues (2003)
  61. Zahar, Alexander and Sluiter, Goran, International Criminal Law (2008)
  62. Zegveld, Liesbeth, Accountability of Armed Opposition Groups in International Law (2002)

Reports

  1. Iontcheva, Jenia, 'Nationalizing International Criminal Law' (Paper presented at the 18th International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, 8-12 August, 2004)  <http://www.isrcl.org/Papers/2004/Turner.pdf >
  1. Justice, No Peace Without, Prosecuting Violations of International Criminal Law: Who should be tried?, (2005) http://www.npwj.org/sites/default/files/documents/File/NPWJProsecutorialPolicy4thASP.pdf
  2. No Peace Without Justice, Prosecuting Violations of International Criminal Law: Who should be tried?, (2004) <http://www.iccnow.org/documents/NPWJProsecutorialPolicySep04.pdf>
  3. REDRESS, Ending Threats and Reprisals against Victims of Torture and Related International Crimes: A Call to Action, (2009) <http://www.redress.org/downloads/publications/Victim%20Protection%20Report%20Final%2010%20Dec%2009.pdf>
  4. Stone, Erin, Application of Nullum Crimen Sine Lege to Crime and Theories of Liability, Law War Crimes Research Lab (Case Western Reserve University School)(2005) <http://www.law.case.edu/War-Crimes-Research-Portal/memoranda/stone_erin.pdf>
  5. Tolbert, David and Kontic, Aleksandar, Final Report of the International Criminal Law Services (ICLS) Experts on the Sustainable Transition of the Registry and International Donor Support to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2009, (2008) <http://www.iclsfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/icls-bih-finalreportwebsite.pdf>

Journal articles

  1. ‘Activities of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute and the Regional Institutes for Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice: Progress Report of the Secretary-General' (1992) 3(3) Criminal Law Forum 481-509 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  2. ‘Caplow, Stacy and Fullerton, Maryellen, ‘Co-Teaching International Criminal Law: New Strategies to Meet the Challenges of a New Course' (2005) 31(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 103-28 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
  3. ‘Horlick, Gary et al, ‘Strategies for World Order: Panel: New Developments in the Law of International Aviation: The Control of Aerial Hijacking: Discussion' (1971) 65 American Society of International Law Proceedings 92-6 http://www.asil.org/
  4. Akehurst, Michael, ‘Reprisals by Third States' (1970) 44 British Year Book of International Law 1-18 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
  5. Akehurst, Michael, ‘State Responsibility for the Wrongful Acts of Rebels - An Aspect of the Southern Rhodesian Problem' (1968-69) 43 British Year Book of International Law 49-70 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
  6. Akerson, David and Knowlton, Natalie, ‘President Obama and the International Criminal Law of Successor Liability' (2009) 37(4) Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 615-52 http://law.du.edu/index.php/DJILP
  7. Akhavan, Payam, ‘Justice, Power, and the Realities of Interdependence: Lessons from the Milosevic and Hussein Trials' (2005) 38(3) Cornell International Law Journal 973-82 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  8. Aldana-Pindell, Raquel, ‘In Vindication of Justiciable Victims' Rights to Truth and Justice for State-Sponsored Crimes' (2002) 35(5) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1399-502 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
  9. Al-Hussein, Zeid, ‘For Love of Country and International Criminal Law' (2009) 24(4) American University International Law Review 647-64 http://www.auilr.org/
  10. Al-Hussein, Zeid, ‘Peace v Justice: Contradictory or Complementary?' (2006) 100 American Society of International Law Proceedings 361-74 http://www.asil.org/
  11. Allain, Jean, ‘On the Curious Disappearance of Human Servitude from General International Law' (2009) 11(2) Journal of the History of International Law 303-32 http://www.brill.nl/journal-history-international-law-revue-dhistoire-du-droit-international
  12. Allain, Jean, ‘R v Tang: Clarifying the Definition of “Slavery” in International Law' (2009) 10(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 246-57 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
  13. Ambos, Kai, ‘Current Issues in International Criminal Law' (2003) 14(3) Criminal Law Forum 225-59 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  14. Ambos, Kai, ‘International Criminal Procedure: “Adversarial”, “Inquisitorial” or Mixed?' (2003) 3(1) International Criminal Law Review 1-38 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  15. Ambos, Kai, ‘Joint Criminal Enterprise and Command Responsibility' (2007) 5(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 159-83 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  16. Ambos, Kai, ‘May a State Torture Suspects to Save the Life of Innocents?' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 261-87 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  17. Ambos, Kai, ‘Observations from an International Criminal Law Viewpoint' (1996) 7(4) European Journal of International Law 519-44 http://www.ejil.org/
  18. Ambos, Kai, ‘Prosecuting Guantanamo in Europe: Can and Shall the Masterminds of the "Torture Memos" Be Held Criminally Responsible on the Basis of Universal Jurisdiction?' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 405-48 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
  19. Ambos, Kai, ‘Remarks on the General Part of International Criminal Law' (2006) 4(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 660-73 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  20. Analysis of the Punishments Applicable to International Crimes (War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity and Genocide) in Domestic Law and Practice' (2008) 90(870) International Review of the Red Cross 461-8 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
  21. Angelson, Meredith, ‘Beyond the Myth of Good Faith: Torture Evidence in International Extradition Hearings' (2009) 41(3) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 603-54 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
  22. Anghie, Antony and Chimni, B, ‘Third World Approaches to International Law and Individual Repsonsibility in Internal Conflicts' (2003) 2(1) Chinese Journal of International Law 77-104 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
  23. Asher, Joey, ‘How the United States is Violating Its International Agreements to Combat Slavery' (1994) 8(1) Emory International Law Review 215-54 http://www.law.emory.edu/student-life/law-journals/emory-international-law-review.html
  24. Aust, Anthony, ‘The Security Council and International Criminal Law' (2002) 33 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 23-46 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NYL
  25. Bachanovic, Oliver, ‘Victimisation of Children and Modern Armed Conflicts with a Special Emphasis on the Situation in Macedonia' (2002) 10(2) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 164-76 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
  26. Bagaric, Mirko and Morss, John, ‘In Search of Coherent Jurisprudence for International Criminal Law: Correlating Universal Human Responsibilities with Universal Human Rights' (2006) 29(2) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 157-206 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
  27. Bakalar, Elisabeth, ‘Learning International Criminal Law: One Law Student's Experience in a Team-Taught Course' (2005) 31(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 129-38 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
  28. Bantekas, Ilias, ‘Reflections on Some Sources and Methods of International Criminal and Humanitarian Law' (2006) 6(1) International Criminal Law Review 121-36 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  29. Bassiouni, M Cherif et al, ‘Draft Code of Offenses against the Peace and Security of Mankind: Remarks' (1986) 80 American Society of International Law Proceedings 120-32 http://www.asil.org/
  30. Bassiouni, M Cherif et al, ‘Theme I: Our Changing Sense of Community: The International Legal System Following the Bipolar World: The United Nations Ad Hoc Crimes Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Remarks' (1993) 87 American Society of International Law Proceedings 20-8 http://www.asil.org/
  31. Bassiouni, M Cherif, ‘A Functional Approach to General Principles of International Law' (1990) 11(3) Michigan Journal of International Law 768-818 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
  32. Bassiouni, M Cherif, ‘Current Developments: The United Nations Commission of Experts Established Pursuant to Security Council Resolution 780 (1992)' (1994) 88(4) American Journal of International Law 784-805 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  33. Bassiouni, M Cherif, ‘Effective National and International Action against Organized Crime and Terrorist Criminal Activities' (1990) 4(1) Emory International Law Review 9-42 http://www.law.emory.edu/student-life/law-journals/emory-international-law-review.html
  34. Bassiouni, M Cherif, ‘Enslavement as an International Crime' (1991) 23(2) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 445-518 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
  35. Bassiouni, M Cherif, ‘Introduction [Teaching of International Criminal Law]' (1988) 1(1) Touro International Law Review 129-42 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
  36. Bhattacharyya, Rupa, ‘Establishing a Rule-of-Law International Criminal Justice System' (1996) 31(1) Texas International Law Journal 57-100 http://www.tilj.org/
  37. Bhuta, Nehal, ‘How Shall We Punish the Perpetrators? Human Rights, Alien Wrongs and the March of International Criminal Law' (2003) 27(1) Melbourne University Law Review 255-71 http://mulr.law.unimelb.edu.au/
  38. Blakesley, Christopher, ‘Jurisdiction, Definition of Crimes, and Triggering Mechanisms' (1997) 25(2) Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 233-80 http://law.du.edu/index.php/DJILP
  39. Boister, Neil, ‘“Transnational Criminal Law”?' (2003) 14(5) European Journal of International Law 953-76 http://www.ejil.org/
  40. Bourdon, William, ‘Prosecuting the Perpetrators of International Crimes: What Role May Defence Counsel Play?' (2005) 3(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 434-46 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  41. Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, ‘A Grotian Moment' (1995) 18(5) Fordham International Law Journal 1609-16 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  42. Bouvier, Antoine et al, ‘The Relationship between Jus ad Bellum and Jus in Bello: Past, Present, Future' (2006) 100 American Society of International Law Proceedings 109-24 http://www.asil.org/
  43. Burke-White, William, ‘Regionalisation of International Criminal Law Enforcement: A Preliminary Exploration' (2003) 38(4) Texas International Law Journal 729-62 http://www.tilj.org/
  44. Clark, Roger and Sann, Madeleine, ‘Coping with Ultimate Evil through the Criminal Law' (1996) 7(1) Criminal Law Forum 1-13 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  45. Clark, Roger, ‘The Eighth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Havana, Cuba, August 27 – September 7, 1990' (1990) 1(3) Criminal Law Forum 513-48 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  46. Corell, Hans, ‘International Criminal Law - How Long Will Some Miss the Missing Link?' (2005) 37(1) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 11-20 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
  47. Couvreur, P., ‘Charles de Visscher and International Justice' (2000) 11(4) European Journal of International Law 905-38 http://www.ejil.org/
  48. Crane, David, ‘Back to the Future - Reflections on the Beginning of the Beginning: International Criminal Law in the Twenty-First Century' (2009) 32(6) Fordham International Law Journal 1761-9 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  49. Cryer, Robert, ‘International Criminal Law vs. State Sovereignty: Another Round?' (2005) 16(5) European Journal of International Law 979-1000  http://www.ejil.org/
  50. Cryer, Robert, ‘The Definitions of International Crimes in the Al Bashir Arrest Warrant Decision' (2009) 7(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 283-96 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  51. Dannenbaum, Tom, ‘Crime beyond Punishment' (2009) 15(2) UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 189-220 http://jilp.law.ucdavis.edu/
  52. Danner, Allison and Martinez, Jenny, ‘Guilty Associations: Joint Criminal Enterprise, Command Responsibility, and the Development of International Criminal Law' (2005) 93 California Law Review 75-169 http://www.californialawreview.org/
  53. Darcy, Shane, ‘Imputed Criminal Liability and the Goals of International Justice' (2007) 20(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 377-404 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  54. Degan, Vladimir-Djuro, ‘On the Sources of International Criminal Law' (2005) 4(1) Chinese Journal of International Law 45-84 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
  55. Delmas-Marty, Mireille, ‘Global Crime Calls for Global Justice' (2002) 10 European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 286-293 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
  56. Delmas-Marty, Mireille, ‘Global Crime Calls for Global Justice' (2002) 10(3) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 286-94 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
  57. Delmas-Marty, Mireille, ‘Interactions between National and International Criminal Law in the Preliminary Phase of Trial at the ICC' (2006) 4(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 2-11 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  58. Delmas-Marty, Mireille, ‘The Contribution of Comparative Law to a Pluralist Conception of International Criminal Law' (2003) 1(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 13-25 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  59. Delmas-Marty, Mireille, ‘Violence and Massacre – Towards a Criminal Law of Inhumanity?' (2009) 7(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 5-16 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  60. Derby, Daniel, ‘Introduction: International Criminal Law - Lessons from Teaching Strategies' (1988) 1(1) Touro International Law Review 143-52 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
  61. Dicker, Richard, ‘Issues Facing the International Criminal Court's Preparatory Commission' (1999) 32(3) Cornell International Law Journal 471-6 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  62. Dickinson, Edwin et al, ‘Discussion [International Criminal Court]' (1943) 37 American Society of International Law Proceedings 46-58 http://www.asil.org/
  63. Dinstein, Yoram, ‘The Parameters and Context of International Criminal Law' (1988) 1(1) Touro International Law Review 315-20 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
  64. Donovan, Colleen, ‘The History and Possible Future of International Criminal Law' (1987) 13(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 83-110 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
  65. Downey Jr, William, ‘The Pella Memoranda Relating to International Crimes and Criminal Jurisdiction' (1952) 46(1) American Journal of International Law 129-45 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  66. Drumbl, Mark, ‘International Criminal Law: Taking Stock of a Busy Decade' (2009) 10(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 38-45 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
  67. Drumbl, Mark, ‘Prosecutor v Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. Decision sur la confirmation des charges. Case No. ICC-01/04-01/06' (2007) 101(4) American Journal of International Law 841-8 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  68. Dubber, Markus, ‘Criminalising Complicity: A Comparative Analysis' (2007) 5(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 977-1001 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  69. Dugard, John, ‘Africa and International Criminal Law: Progress or Marginalisation' (2000) 94 American Society of International Law Proceedings 229-30 http://www.asil.org/
  70. Dugard, John, ‘Dealing with Crimes of a Past Regime: Is Amnesty Still an Option?' (1999) 12(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 1001-15 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  71. Duttwiler, Michael, ‘Liability for Omission in International Criminal Law' (2006) 6(1) International Criminal Law Review 1-62 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  72. El Zeidy, Mohamed, ‘Egypt and Current Efforts to Criminalise International Crimes' (2005) 5(2) International Criminal Law Review 247-67 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  73. El Zeidy, Mohamed, ‘The Principle of Complementarity: A New Machinery to Implement International Criminal Law' (2002) 23(4) Michigan Journal of International Law 869-976 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
  74. Elberling, Bjorn, ‘The Next Step in History-Writing through Criminal Law: Exactly How Tailor-Made is the Special Tribunal for Lebanon' (2008) 21(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 529-38 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  75. Elliott, Catherine, ‘The French Law of Intent and its Influence on the Development of International Criminal Law' (2000) 11(1) Criminal Law Forum 35-46 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  76. Eser, Albin, ‘Common Goals and Different Ways in International Criminal Law: Reflections from a European Perspective' (1990) 31(1) Harvard International Law Journal 117-28 http://www.harvardilj.org/
  77. Feldman, David, ‘The Role of Constitutional Principles in Protecting International Peace and Security through International, Supranational and National Legal Institutions' (2008) 6(1) New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 1-34 http://www.victoria.ac.nz/NZCPL/NZJPIL/index.aspx
  78. Ferdinandusse, Ward, ‘The Interaction of National and International Approaches in the Repression of International Crimes' (2004) 15(6) European Journal of International Law 1041-53 http://www.ejil.org/
  79. Fichtelberg, Aaron, ‘Liberal Values in International Criminal Law: A Critique of Erdemovic' (2008) 6(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 3-19 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  80. Fijnaut, Cyrille, ‘Transnational Crime and the Role of the United Nations in Its Containment through International Cooperation: A Challenge for the 21st Century' (2000) 8(2) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 119-28 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
  81. Finch, George et al, ‘Discussion [International Criminal Responsibility of Individuals]' (1946) 40 American Society of International Law Proceedings 103-12 http://www.asil.org/
  82. Findlay, Mark, ‘Crime as a Force in Globalisation' (1998) 6(2) Journal of Financial Crime 103-110 http://www.emeraldinsight.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=jfc
  83. Findlay, Mark, ‘Crime, Community Penalty and Integration with Legal Formalism in the South Pacific' (1997) 21 Journal of Pacific Studies 145-60 http://www.usp.ac.fj/jps/index.html
  84. Findlay, Mark, ‘Internationalised Criminal Trial and Access to Justice' (2002) 2(3) International Criminal Law Review 237-60 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  85. Findlay, Mark, ‘Relating Crime and Globalisation' (1999) 71(4) Australian Quarterly 23-7 http://www.aips.net.au/aq-magazine/
  86. Findlay, Mark, ‘The Cost of Globalised Crime: New Levels of Control' (2001) 1(2) International Journal of Comparative Criminology 109-31
  87. Findlay, Mark, ‘The International and Comparative Criminal Trial Project' (2002) 2(1) International Criminal Law Review 47-78 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  88. Fletcher, George, ‘Parochial versus Universal Criminal Law' (2005) 3(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 20-34 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  89. Focarelli, Carlo, ‘Denying Foreign State Immunity for Commission of International Crimes: The Ferrini Decision' (2005) 54(4) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 951-8 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
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  146. Reggio, Andrea, ‘Aiding and Abetting in International Criminal Law: The Responsibility of Corporate Agents and Businessmen for “Trading with the Enemy” of Mankind' (2005) 5(4) International Criminal Law Review 623-96 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  147. Rikhof, Joseph, ‘Complicity in International Criminal Law and Canadian Refugee Law: A Comparison' (2006) 4(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 702-22 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  148. Rikhof, Joseph, ‘Hate Speech and International Criminal Law: The Mugesera Decision by the Supreme Court of Canada' (2005) 3(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1121-33 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  149. Ritter von Feuerbach, Paul, ‘The Foundations of Criminal Law and the Nullum Crimen Principle' (2007) 5(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1005-8  http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  150. Robertson, Geoffrey, ‘Ending Impunity: How International Criminal Law Can Put Tyrants on Trial' (2005) 38(3) Cornell International Law Journal 649-72 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  151. Robinson, Darryl, ‘The Identity Crisis of International Criminal Law' (2008) 21(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 925-63 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
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  156. Scheffer, David, ‘Tenth Annual Grotius Lecture Response - For Love of Country and International Criminal Law, Further Reflections' (2009) 24(4) American University International Law Review 665-78 http://www.auilr.org/
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  158. Schomburg, Wolfgang and Peterson, Ines, ‘Genuine Consent to Sexual Violence under International Criminal Law' (2007) 101(1) American Journal of International Law 121-40 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  159. Schutte, Julian, ‘The European Market of 1993: The Test for a Regional Model of Supranational Criminal Justice or of Interregional Cooperation in Criminal Law' (1991) 3(1) Criminal Law Forum 55-83 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
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  161. Sluiter, Goran, ‘Compromising the Authority of International Criminal Justice: How Vojislav Seselj Runs His Trial' (2007) 5(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 529-36 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
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  164. Stephens, Beth, ‘Accountability for International Crimes: The Synergy between the International Criminal and Alternative Remedies' (2003) 21(3) Wisconsin International Law Journal 527-56 http://hosted.law.wisc.edu/wilj/
  165. Stessens, Guy, ‘International Criminal Law: The Dutch Example' (1997) 8(1) Criminal Law Forum 475-83 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  166. Stewart, James, ‘Judicial Notice in International Criminal Law: A Reconciliation of Potential, Peril and Precedent' (2003) 3(3) International Criminal Law Review 245-74 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  167. Stewart, James, ‘Rethinking Guantanamo: Unlawful Confinement as Applied in International Criminal Law' (2006) 4(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 12-30 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  168. Stirling-Zand, Simonetta, ‘The Individual Criminal Responsibility of Judicial Organs in International Law in the Light of International Practice' (2001) 48(1) Netherlands International Law Review 67-100 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NLR
  169. Stuckenberg, Carl-Friedrich, ‘A Cure for Concursus Delictorum in International Criminal Law?' (2005) 16(3-4) Criminal Law Forum 361-72 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  170. Swaak-Goldman, Olivia, ‘Recent Developments in International Criminal Law: Trying to Stay afloat between Scylla and Charybdis' (2005) 54(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 691-704 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
  171. Swart, A, ‘Comments on Teaching International Criminal Law' (1990) 1(2) Touro International Law Review 335-52 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
  172. Tallgren, Immi, ‘The Sensibility and Sense of International Criminal Law' (2002) 13(3) European Journal of International Law 561-95 http://www.ejil.org/
  173. Theofanis, Rosa, ‘The Doctrine of Res Judicata in International Criminal Law' (2003) 3(3) International Criminal Law Review 195-216 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
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  176. Tiribelli, Carlo, ‘Judgment In Absentia in International Criminal Law: Its Admissibility before the Ad Hoc Tribunals, the International Criminal Court and the European Arrest Warrant' (2006) 18(2) Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 369-86
  177. Todorov, Tzvetan, ‘The Limitations of Justice' (2004) 2(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 711-15 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  178. Trumbull, Charles, ‘The Victims of Victim Participation in International Criminal Proceedings' (2008) 29(4) Michigan Journal of International Law 777-826 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
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1a. Joint Criminal Enterprise

  1. Cassese, Antonio and Justice, Members of the Journal of International Criminal, ‘Amicus Curiae Brief of Professor Antonio Cassese and Members of the Journal of International Criminal Justice on Joint Criminal Enterprise Doctrine' (2009) 20(2-3) Criminal Law Forum 289-330 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  2. Cassese, Antonio, ‘The Proper Limits of Individual Responsibility under the Doctrine of Joint Criminal Enterprise' (2007) 5(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 109-33 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  3.  de Araujo, Joao, ‘International Crimes in Brazilian Domestic Law' (1990) 1(2) Touro International Law Review 353-74 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
  4. Dinokopila, Bonolo, ‘The Prosecution and Punishment of International Crimes in Botswana' (2009) 7(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1077-85 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  5. Farhang, Cliff, ‘Point of No Return: Joint Criminal Enterprise in Brdanin' (2010) 23(1) Leiden Journal of International Law 137-64 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  6. Fiori, Matteo, A Further Step in the Development of the Joint Criminal Enterprise Doctrine, The Hague Justice Portal(2007) http://www.haguejusticeportal.net/Docs/Miscellaneous/Fiori%20Commentary2.pdf
  7. Hamdorf, Kai, ‘The Concept of a Joint Criminal Enterprise and Domestic Modes of Liability for Parties to a Crime: A Comparison of German and English Law' (2007) 5(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 208-26 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  8.  Olasolo, Hector, ‘Joint Criminal Enterprise and its Extended Form: A Theory of Co-Perpetration Giving Rise to Principal Liability, a Notion of Accessorial Liability, or a Form of Partnership in Crime?' (2009) 20(2-3) Criminal Law Forum 263-87 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  9. Olasolo, Hector, ‘Reflections on the Treatment of the Notions of Control of the Crime and Joint Criminal Enterprise in the Stakic Appeal Judgment' (2007) 7(1) International Criminal Law Review 143-62 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  10. O'Rourke, Allen, ‘Joint Criminal Enterprise and Brdanin: Misguided Over-Correction' (2006) 47(1) Harvard International Law Journal 307-26 http://www.harvardilj.org/
  11. Powles, Steven, ‘Joint Criminal Enterprise: Criminal Liability by Prosecutorial Ingenuity and Judicial Creativity?' (2004) 2(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 606-19 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  12. Provost, Rene, ‘Amicus Curiae Brief on Joint Criminal Enterprise in the Matter of the Co-Prosecutors’ Appeal of the Closing Order against Kaing Guek Eav “Duch” Dated 8 August 2008' (2009) 20(2-3) Criminal Law Forum 331-51 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  13. Sluiter, Goran, ‘Foreword [Joint Criminal Enterprise]' (2007) 5(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 67-8 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  14. van der Wilt, Harmen, ‘Joint Criminal Enterprise: Possibilities and Limitations' (2007) 5(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 91-108 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/

2. Child Soldiers and Crimes Involving Children

Journal articles

 

  1. ‘International Law Barring Child Soldiers in Combat: Problems in Enforcement and Accountability - Question and Answer Session' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 555-60 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  2. ‘The Problem of Re-Acclimating Child Soldiers into Society Assuming Peacekeeping Is Successful - Question and Answer Session' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 527-30 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  3. Abbott, Amy, ‘Child Soldiers - The Use of Children as Instruments of War' (2000) 23(2) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 499-538 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
  4. Cohn, Ilene, ‘Progress and Hurdles on the Road to Preventing the Use of Children as Soldiers and Ensuring Their Rehabilitation and Reintegration' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 531-40 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  5. Freeland, Steven, ‘Child Soldiers and International Crimes - How Should International Law Be Applied?' (2005) 3(2) New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 303-28 http://www.victoria.ac.nz/NZCPL/NZJPIL/index.aspx
  6. Freeland, Steven, ‘Using Children as Weapons of War' (2005) 14(1) Human Rights Defender 15-16 http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/HRD/
  7. Grossman, Nienke, ‘The Rehabilitation or Revenge: Prosecuting Child Soldiers for Human Rights Violations' (2007) 38(2) Georgetown Journal of International Law 323-62 http://gjil.org/
  8. Hamnett, Ruth, ‘Child Protection: Child Soldiers and the International Criminal Court' (2008) 33(3) Alternative Law Journal 175-6 http://www.altlj.org/
  9. Happold, Matthew, ‘Child Soldiers in International Law: The Legal Regulation of Children's Participation in Hostilities' (2000) 47(1) Netherlands International Law Review 27-52 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NLR
  10. Kargbo, Franklyn, ‘International Peacekeeping and Child Soldiers: Problems of Security and Rebuilding' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 485-96 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  11. Mitchell III, Aubrey, ‘Sierra Leone: The Road to Childhood Ruination through Forced Recruitment of Child Soldiers and the World's Failure to Act' (2003-04) 2 Regent Journal of International Law 81-114 http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/student_life/studentorgs/rjil/home.cfm
  12. Oosterveld, Valerie, ‘The Special Court for Sierra Leone, Child Soldiers, and Forced Marriage: Providing Clarity or Confusion' (2007) 45 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 131-72 http://www.ubcpress.ca/books/series_cyil.html
  13. Seneviratne, Lakmini, ‘Accountability of Child Soldiers: Blame Misplaced' (2008) 20(2) Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 29-48
  14. Seneviratne, Lakmini, ‘International Legal Standards Applicable to Child Soldiers' (2003) 15 Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 39-50
  15. Silva, Jennifer, ‘Child Soldiers: A Call to the International Community to Protect Children from War' (2008) 31(3) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 681-710 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
  16. Singer, Peter, ‘Talk Is Cheap: Getting Serious about Preventing Child Soldiers' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 561-86 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  17. Sorochinsky, Mykola, ‘Prosecuting Torturers, Protecting Child Molesters: Toward a Power Balance Model of Criminal Process for International Human Rights Law' (2009) 31(1) Michigan Journal of International Law 157-230 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
  18. Southwick, Michael, ‘Political Challenges behind the Implementation of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 541-6 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  19. Tiefenbrun, Susan, ‘Child Soldiers, Slavery and the Trafficking of Children' (2008) 31(2) Fordham International Law Journal 415-86 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  20. Udombana, Nsongurua, ‘War is Not Child's Play - International Law and the Prohibition of Children's Involvement in Armed Conflicts' (2006) 20 Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 57-110 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
  21. Vandergrift, Kathy, ‘Challenges in Implementing and Enforcing Children's Rights' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 547-54 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  22. Webster, Timothy, ‘Babes with Arms: International Law and Child Soldiers' (2007) 39(2) The George Washington International Law Review 227-54 http://www.gwilr.org/
  23. Wells, Sarah, ‘Crimes against Child Soldiers in Armed Conflict Situations: Application and Limits of International Humanitarian Law' (2004) 12 Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 287-306 http://www.gwilr.org/
  24. Wessells, Michael, ‘Psychosocial Issues in Reintegrating Child Soldiers' (2004) 37(3) Cornell International Law Journal 513-26 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  25. Zia-Mansoor, Farkhanda, ‘The Dilemma of Child Soldiers: Who Is Responsible?' (2005) 16(2) King's College Law Journal 388-400 http://www.hartjournals.co.uk/klj/
  26. Gachoud, Regine, ‘La Guerre, Un Jeu D'Enfants - Enfants Soldats: La Problematique Des Filles' (2006) 14(1) African Yearbook of International Law 75-124 http://www.brill.nl/publications/african-yearbook-international-law-annuaire-africain-de-droit-international

 

3. Crimes Against Humanity

Books

  1. Bassiouni, M Cherif, Crimes against Humanity in International Law (2nd ed, 1999)
  2. Lattimer, Mark and Sands, Philippe (eds), Justice for Crimes against Humanity (2003)
  3. May, Larry, Crimes against Humanity: A Normative Account (2005)
  4. Ntoubandi, Faustin, Amnesty for Crimes against Humanity under International Law (2007)
  5. Robertson, Geoffrey, Crimes against Humanity (3rd ed, 2006)

Journal articles

  1.  ‘The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights - War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity' (1998-99) 10 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 163-212 http://www.brill.nl/publications/palestine-yearbook-international-law
  2. Akhavan, Payam, ‘Reconciling Crimes against Humanity with the Laws of War: Human Rights, Armed Conflict, and the Limits of Progressive Jurisprudence' (2008) 6(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 21-37 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  3. Ambos, Kai and Wirth, Steffen, ‘The Current Law of Crimes against Humanity: An Analysis of UNTAET Regulation 15/2000' (2002) 13(1) Criminal Law Forum 1-90 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  4. Badar, Mohamed, ‘From the Nuremberg Charter to the Rome Statute: Defining the Elements of Crimes against Humanity' (2004) 5 San Diego International Law Journal 73-144 http://www.sandiego.edu/law/news/blogs_publications/publications/journals/international/
  5. Bantekas, Ilias, ‘Corruption as an International Crime and Crime against Humanity: An Outline of Supplementary Criminal Justice Policies' (2006) 4(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 466-84 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  6. Bantekas, Ilias, ‘The Iraqi Special Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity' (2005) 54(1) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 237-53 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
  7. Cumes, Guy, ‘Murder as a Crime against Humanity in International Law: Choice of Law and Prosecution of Murder in East Timor' (2003) 11(1) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 40-66 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
  8. Dinstein, Yoram, ‘Crimes against Humanity after Tadic' (2000) 13(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 373-93 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  9. Djordjevic, Bratislav, ‘Remarks [Should There Be an International Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity?]' (1994) 6(1) Pace International Law Review 79-82 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
  10. Dubler, Robert, ‘What’s in a Name? A Theory of Crimes against Humanity' (2008) 15 Australian International Law Journal 85-108 http://www.ila.org.au/publications_journal.htm
  11. Dungel, Joakim, ‘Defining Victims of Crimes against Humanity: Martic and the International Criminal Court' (2009) 22(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 727-52 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  12. Eboe-Osuji, Chile, ‘Murder as a Crime against Humanity at the Ad Hoc Tribunals: Reconciling Differing Languages' (2005) 43 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 145-96  http://www.ubcpress.ca/books/series_cyil.html
  13. Fenrick, William, ‘The Crime against Humanity of Persecution in the Jurisprudence of the ICTY' (2001) 32 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 81-96 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NYL
  14. Ferencz, Benjamin, ‘Remarks [Should There Be an International Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity?]' (1994) 6(1) Pace International Law Review 55-62 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
  15. Frulli, Micaela, ‘Are Crimes against Humanity More Serious than War Crimes?' (2001) 12(2) European Journal of International Law 329-50 http://www.ejil.org/
  16. Jackson, Miles, ‘The Customary International Law Duty to Prosecute Crimes against Humanity: A New Framework' (2007) 16(1) Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 117-56 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
  17. Jain, Neha, ‘Forced Marriage as a Crime against Humanity: Problems of Definition and Prosecution' (2008) 6(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1013-32 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  18. Kirsch, Stefan, ‘Two Kinds of Wrong: On the Context Element of Crimes against Humanity' (2009) 22(3) Leiden Journal of International Law 525-41 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  19. Kuschnik, Bernhard, ‘The Legal Findings of Crimes against Humanity in the Al-Dujail Judgments of the Iraqi High Tribunal: A Forerunner for the ICC?' (2008) 7(2) Chinese Journal of International Law 459-83 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
  20. Lee, Roy, ‘Remarks [Should There Be an International Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity?]' (1994) 6(1) Pace International Law Review 93-102 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
  21. Lelieur-Fischer, Juliette, ‘Prosecuting the Crimes against Humanity Committed during the Algerian War: An Impossible Endeavour?' (2004) 2(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 231-44 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  22. Luban, David, ‘A Theory of Crimes against Humanity' (2004) 29(1) Yale Journal of International Law 85-168 http://www.yjil.org/
  23. Mansfield, Leslie, ‘Crimes against Humanity: Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Nuremberg and a Forgotten Legacy' (1995) 64Nordic Journal of International Law 2 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
  24. Matas, David, ‘Prosecuting Crimes against Humanity: The Lessons of World War I' (1989-90) 13(1) Fordham International Law Journal 86-104 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  25. Mettraux, Guenael, ‘Crimes against Humanity in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda' (2002) 43(1) Harvard International Law Journal 237-316 http://www.harvardilj.org/
  26. Moir, Lindsay, ‘Crimes against Humanity in Historical Perspective' (2006) 3 New Zealand Yearbook of International Law 101-30 http://www.laws.canterbury.ac.nz/intlaw/ilgintro.shtml
  27. Nicolai, Jeff, ‘Operation Murambatsvina: A Crime against Humanity under the Rome Statute' (2006) 21(5) American University International Law Review 813-44 http://www.auilr.org/
  28. Olusanya, Olaoluwa, ‘Do Crimes against Humanity Deserve a Higher Sentence than War Crimes?' (2004) 4(4) International Criminal Law Review 431-74 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  29. Orlova, Alexandra, ‘A Hope for the Future? Prosecuting Crimes against Humanity in Russian Courts' (2007) 7(1) International Criminal Law Review 45-76 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  30. Pirsl, Kresimir, ‘Remarks [Should There Be an International Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity?]' (1994) 6(1) Pace International Law Review 69-78 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
  31. Robinson, Darryl, ‘Defining “Crimes against Humanity” at the Rome Conference' (1999) 93(1) American Journal of International Law 43-56 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  32. Rosenstock, Robert, ‘Remarks [Should There Be an International Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity?]' (1994) 6(1) Pace International Law Review 83-6 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
  33. Sacirbey, Muhamad, ‘Remarks [Should There Be an International Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity?]' (1994) 6(1) Pace International Law Review 63-8 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
  34. Schwelb, Egon, ‘Crimes against Humanity' (1946) 23 British Year Book of International Law 178-226 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
  35. Tigar, Michael, et al., ‘Paul Touvier and the Crime against Humanity' (1995) 30(2) Texas International Law Journal 285-310 http://www.tilj.org/
  36. Wanless, W. Cory, ‘Corporate Liability for International Crimes under Canada’s Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes Act' (2009) 7(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 201-21 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  37. Wexler, Leila, ‘Prosecutions for Crimes against Humanity in French Municipal Law: International Implications' (1997) 91 American Society of International Law Proceedings 270-6 http://www.asil.org/
     

4. Genocide

Books

  1. Fournet, Caroline, The Crime of Destruction and the Law of Genocide: Their Impact on Collective Memory (2007)
  2. Hagan, John and Rymond-Richmond, Wenona, Darfur and the Crime of Genocide (2009)
  3. Bloxham, Donald, Genocide on Trial: War Crimes Trials and the Formation of Holocaust History and Memory (2001)
  4. Clark, Phil and Kaufman, Zachary (eds), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and beyond (2009)
  5. Fein, Helen, Human Rights and Wrongs: Slavery, Terror, Genocide (2007)
  6. Freedman, Warren, Genocide: A People's Will to Live (1992)
  7. Henham, Ralph and Behrens, Paul (eds), The Criminal Law of Genocide: International, Comparative and Contextual Aspects (2007)
  8. Kiernan, Ben, Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Darfur (2007)
  9. Kiernan, Ben, Genocide and Resistance in Southeast Asia: Documentation, Denial and Justice in Cambodia and East Timor (2008)
  10. Lattimer, Mark, Genocide and Human Rights (2007)
  11. LeBlanc, Lawrence, The United States and the Genocide Convention (1991
  12. Malvern, Linda, Conspiracy to Murder: The Rwandan Genocide (2004)
  13. Pendas, Devin, The Frankfurt-Auschwitz Trial, 1963-1965: Genocide, History, and the Limits of the Law (2006)
  14. Riemer, Neal (ed), Protection against Genocide: Mission Impossible? (2000)
  15. Sarkin, Jeremy, Colonial Genocide and Reparations Claims in the 21st Century: Teh Socio-Legal Context of Claims under International Law by the Herero against Germany for Genocide in Namibia, 1904-1908 (2009)
  16. Sartre, Jean-Paul, On Genocide (1968)
  17. Schabas, William, Genocide in International Law (2000)
  18. Simon, Thomas, The Laws of Genocide: Prescriptions for a Just World (2007)
  19. Thompson, Allan (ed), Media and the Rwandan Genocide (2007)
  20. Tyner, James, The Killing of Cambodia: Geography, Genocide and the Unmaking of Space (2008)

Journal articles

  1. Abass, Ademola, ‘Proving State Responsibility for Genocide: The ICJ in Bosnia v Serbia and the International Commission of Inquiry for Darfur' (2008) 31(4) Fordham International Law Journal 871-910 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  2. Akhavan, Payam, ‘Contributions of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda to Development of Definitions of Crimes against Humanity and Genocide' (2000) 94 American Society of International Law Proceedings 279-83 http://www.asil.org/
  3. Akhavan, Payam, ‘The Crime of Genocide in the ICTR Jurisprudence' (2005) 3(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 989-1006 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  4. Akhtar, Zia, ‘Canadian Genocide and Official Culpability' (2010) 10(1) International Criminal Law Review 111-35http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  5. Amann, Diane, ‘Group Mentality, Expressivism and Genocide' (2002) 2(2) International Criminal Law Review 93-144 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  6. Arnold, Roberta, ‘The Mens Rea of Genocide under the Statute of the International Criminal Court' (2003) 14(2) Criminal Law Forum 127-51 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
  7. Asuncion, Amabelle, ‘Pulling the Stops on Genocide: The State or the Individual?' (2009) 20(4) European Journal of International Law 1195-1222 http://www.ejil.org/
  8. Bakker, Christine, ‘Universal Jurisdiction of Spanish Courts over Genocide in Tibet: Can it Work?' (2006) 4(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 595-601 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  9. Benesch, Susan, ‘Vile Crime in Inalienable Right: Defining Incitement to Genocide' (2008) 48(3) Virginia Journal of International Law 485-528 http://www.vjil.org/
  10. Ben-Naftali, Orna and Sharon, Miri, ‘What the ICJ Did Not Say about the Duty to Punish Genocide: The Missing Pieces in a Puzzle' (2007) 5(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 859-74 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  11. Berat, Lynn, ‘Genocide: The Namibian Case against Germany' (1993) 5 Pace International Law Review 165-210 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
  12. Beres, Louis, ‘Genocide, Death and Anxiety, a Jurisprudential/Psychiatric Analysis' (1996) 10(2) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 281-312 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
  13. Bibliowicksz, M, ‘The Armenian Genocide: Legacies and Challenges of a Silenced Past' (2004) 16 Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 27-64
  14. Bijleveld, Catrien, Morssinkhof, Aafke and Smeulers, Alette, ‘Counting the Countless: Rape Victimisation during the Rwandan Genocide' (2009) 19(2) International Criminal Justice Review 208-24 http://icj.sagepub.com/
  15. Bisharat, George, ‘Sanctions as Genocide' (2001) 11(2) Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 379-425 http://www.uiowa.edu/~tlcp/
  16. Blakesley, Christopher et al, ‘The Prosecuting and Defending Violations of Genocide and Humanitarian Law: The International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Discussion' (1994) 88 American Society of International Law Proceedings 254-8 http://www.asil.org/
  17. Blakesley, Christopher et al, ‘The Prosecuting and Defending Violations of Genocide and Humanitarian Law: The International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Remarks' (1994) 88 American Society of International Law Proceedings 243-53 http://www.asil.org/
  18. Brannigan, Augustine and Jones, Nicholas, ‘Genocide and the Legal Process in Rwanda: From Genocide Amnesty to the New Rule of Law' (2009) 19(2) International Criminal Justice Review 192-207 http://icj.sagepub.com/
  19. Burkhalter, Holly, ‘Preventing Genocide and Crimes against Humanity' (2004) 98 American Society of International Law Proceedings 41-8 http://www.asil.org/
  20. Carey, Henry, ‘Coming to Terms with the Genocidal 1990s: Review Essay on the Evolving Laws and Institutions Regulating Armed Conflict' (2005) 15(2) International Criminal Justice Review 147-75 http://icj.sagepub.com/
  21. Carrasco, Maria and Fernandez, Joaquin, ‘International Crimes – Universal Criminal Jurisdiction – Genocide – Terrorism by Military Officers – Torture – Effect of Amnesty by State where Crime Occurred etc' (1999) 93(3) American Journal of International Law 690-5 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  22. Cassel, Douglass, ‘The ICC's New Legal Landscape: The Need to Expand US Domestic Jurisdiction to Prosecute Genocide, War Crimes, and Crimes against Humanity' (1999) 23(2) Fordham International Law Journal 378-97 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  23. Cassese, Antonio, ‘On the Use of Criminal Law Notions in Determining State Responsibility for Genocide' (2007) 5(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 875-87 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  24. Cassidy, Julie, ‘Unhelpful and Inappropriate? The Question of Genocide and the Stolen Generations' (2009) 13(1) Australian Indigenous Law Review 114-39 http://www.ilc.unsw.edu.au/content/australian-indigenous-law-review
  25. Cayley, Andrew, ‘The Prosecutor’s Strategy in Seeking the Arrest of Sudanese President Al Bashir on Charges of Genocide' (2008) 6(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 829-40 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  26. Cencich, John, ‘International Criminal Investigations of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity: A War Crimes Investigator’s Perspective' (2009) 19(2) International Criminal Justice Review 175-91 http://icj.sagepub.com/
  27. Cherkassky, Lisa, ‘Genocide: Punishing a Moral Wrong' (2009) 9(2) International Criminal Law Review 301-19 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  28. Cherkassky, Lisa, ‘Genocide: Punishing a Moral Wrong' (2009) 9(2) International Criminal Law Review 301-19 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  29. Chung, Christine, ‘The Punishment and Prevention of Genocide: The International Criminal Court as a Benchmark of Progress and Need' (2008) 40(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 227-42 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
  30. Clark, Phil, ‘Hybridity, Holism, and "Traditional" Justice: The Case of the Gacaca Courts in Post-Genocide Rwanda' (2007) 39(4) The George Washington International Law Review 765-838 http://www.gwilr.org/
  31. Critchlow, George, ‘Stopping Genocide through International Agreement When the Security Council Fails to Act' (2009) 40(2) Georgetown Journal of International Law 311-44 http://gjil.org/
  32. Crook, John, ‘California District Court Finds Post-World War I Agreements with Turkey Trump California Armenian Genocide Statute' (2008) 102(2) American Journal of International Law 349-50 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  33. Crook, John, ‘Congressional Initiative to Deem Killings of Armenians as Genocide Stalls in House' (2008) 102(1) American Journal of International Law 186-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  34. Crook, John, ‘President and Secretary of State Characterise Events in Darfur as Genocide' (2005) 99(1) American Journal of International Law 266-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  35. Crook, John, ‘US District Court Finds Genocide Conventions Not Judicially Enforceable, Allows Resumption of Military Commission Proceedings' (2005) 99(4) American Journal of International Law 895-8 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  36. Dadrian, Vahakn, ‘Genocide as a Problem of National and International Law: The World War I Armenian Case and Its Contemporary Legal Ramifications' (1989) 14(2) Yale Journal of International Law 221-334 http://www.yjil.org/
  37. Dadrian, Vahakn, ‘The Historical and Legal Interconnections between the Armenian Genocide and the Jewish Holocaust: From Impunity to Retributive Justice' (1998) 23(2) Yale Journal of International Law 503-60 http://www.yjil.org/
  38. Daglish, Kristen, ‘The Crime of Genocide: Nulyarimma v Thompson' (2001) 50(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 404-11 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
  39. D'Amato, Anthony, ‘Defending a Person Charged with Genocide' (2000) 1(2) Chicago Journal of International Law 459-70 http://cjil.uchicago.edu/
  40. Daniels, Mike, ‘Assessing the Genocide and Political Mass Murder Framework: The Case of Uzbekistan' (2005) 37(4) The George Washington International Law Review 917-48 http://www.gwilr.org/
  41. Deehr, Manya, ‘A Proposal for the International Monitoring of Potential Genocide Conditions' (1990-91) 9(2) Wisconsin International Law Journal 491-514 http://hosted.law.wisc.edu/wilj/
  42. Doherty, Erin, ‘The United Nations' Toolbox to Fix Genocide in the Twenty-First Century' (2007) 30(2) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 485-514 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
  43. Eboe-Osuji, Chile, ‘“Complicity in Genocide” versus “Aiding and Abetting Genocide”: Construing the Difference in the ICTR and ICTY Statutes' (2005) 3(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 56-81 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  44. Eboe-Osuji, Chile, ‘Genocide, Justice and the Forensic Sensibilities of the International Committee of the Red Cross' (2006) 5(1) Chinese Journal of International Law 149-84 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
  45. Editors, ‘Introduction [Symposium: The International Criminal Court: Consenses and Debate on the International Adjudication of Genocide, Crimes against Humanity, War Crimes, and Aggression]' (1999) 32(3) Cornell International Law Journal 431-6 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  46. Eiriksson, Gudmundur, ‘The State of International Law: Some Reflections on the Judgment of the International Court of Justice in the Genocide Case and on the Contributions of Professor Louis Sohn' (2007) 35(3) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 539-44 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
  47. Elewa, Mohamed, ‘Genocide at the Safe Area of Srebrenica: A Search for a New Strategy for Protecting Civilians in Contemporary Armed Conflict' (2001) 10(3) Michigan State University-DCL Journal of International Law 429-64 http://www.journalofinternationallaw.org/
  48. Feerick, Thomas, ‘The Crime of Genocide in Australia: An Exegetic Analysis' (2000) 7Australian International Law Journal 47-98 http://www.ila.org.au/publications_journal.htm
  49. Feerick, Thomas, ‘The Crime of Genocide in Australia: An Exegetic Analysis' (2000) 7Australian International Law Journal 47-98 http://www.ila.org.au/publications_journal.htm
  50. Fenwick, C G, ‘The Genocide Convention' (1949) 43(4) American Journal of International Law 732-75 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  51. Ferencz, Benjamin et al, ‘Genocide: The Convention, Domestic Laws, and State Responsibility: Remarks' (1989) 83 American Society of International Law Proceedings 326-8 http://www.asil.org/
  52. Fournet, Caroline, ‘The Universality of the Prohibition of the Crime of Genocide, 1948-2008' (2009) 19(2) International Criminal Justice Review 132-49 http://icj.sagepub.com/
  53. Fry, James, ‘Terrorism as a Crime against Humanity and Genocide: The Backdoor to Universal Jurisdiction' (2002) 7(1) UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 169-200 http://orgs.law.ucla.edu/jilfa/Pages/Default.aspx
  54. Gattini, Andrea, ‘Evidentiary Issues in the ICJ’s Genocide Judgment' (2007) 5(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 889-904 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  55. Gersh, David, ‘Poor Judgment: Why the Iraqi Special Tribunal Is the Wrong Mechanism for Trying Saddam Hussein on Charges of Genocide, Human Rights Abuses, and Other Violations of International Law' (2004) 33(1) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 273-302 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
  56. Gomar, Konjit, ‘Heartbreak in Darfur: When Does Genocide become Genocide?' (2004-05) 2(1) Loyola University of Chicago International Law Review 153-68 http://www.luc.edu/law/activities/publications/international.html
  57. Gopalani, Ameer, ‘The International Standard of Direct and Public Incitement to Commit Genocide: An Obstacle to US Ratification of the International Criminal Court Statute' (2001) 32(1) California Western International Law Journal 87-118 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
  58. Groome, Dermot, ‘Adjudicating Genocide: Is the International Court of Justice Capable of Judging State Criminal Responsibility' (2008) 31(4) Fordham International Law Journal 911-89 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  59. Gropengiesser, Helmut, ‘The Criminal Law of Genocide – The German Perspective' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 329-42 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  60. Guilfoyle, Douglas, ‘Nulyarimma v Thompson: Is Genocide a Crime at Common Law in Australia?' (2001) 29(1) Federal Law Review 1-36 http://www.federallawreview.com.au/
  61. Gunawaradana, Asoka, ‘Contributions by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to Development of the Definition of Genocide' (2000) 94 American Society of International Law Proceedings 277-8 http://www.asil.org/
  62. Hammer, Dan, ‘Allowing Genocide: An Analysis of Armed Activities on the Territory of the Congo, Jurisdictional Reservations, and the Legitimacy of the International Court of Justice' (2007) 16(2) Minnesota Journal of International Law 495-524 http://www.minnjil.org/
  63. Hong, Mai Linh, ‘A Genocide by Any Other Name: Language, Law, and the Response to Darfur' (2008) 49(1) Virginia Journal of International Law 235-72 http://www.vjil.org/
  64. Jack, Toby, ‘Sudan's Genocide: Punishment before Prevention' (2006) 24(3) Penn State International Law Review 707-34 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
  65. Jensen, Eric, ‘Incentivising and Protecting Informants Prior to Mass Atrocities Such as Genocide: An Alternative to Post Hoc Courts and Tribunals' (2006) 29(1) Houston Journal of International Law 113-54 http://www.hjil.org/
  66. Jessie, Soh Sie, ‘Forced Pregnancy: Codification in the Rome Statute and Its Prospect as Implicit Genocide' (2006) 4(2) New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 311-38 http://www.victoria.ac.nz/NZCPL/NZJPIL/index.aspx
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  68. Jorgensen, Nina, ‘The Genocide Acquittal in the Sikirica Case before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the Coming of Age of the Guilty Plea' (2002) 15(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 389-407 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  69. Kabatsi, Freda, ‘Defining or Diverting Genocide: Changing the Comportment of Genocide' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 387-400 http://icj.sagepub.com/
  70. Kagan, Joshua, ‘The Obligation to Use Force to Stop Acts of Genocide: An Overview of Legal Precedents, Customary Norms, and State Responsibility' (2006) 7(2) San Diego International Law Journal 461-90 http://www.sandiego.edu/law/news/blogs_publications/publications/journals/international/
  71. Kalere, Jean, ‘Genocide in the African Great Lakes States: Challenges for the International Criminal Court in the Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 463-84 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  72. Kamanga, Khoti, ‘The Rwandan Conflict and the Genocide Convention: Implications for Tanzania' (1997) 5 African Yearbook of International Law 63-90 http://www.brill.nl/publications/african-yearbook-international-law-annuaire-africain-de-droit-international
  73. Keller, Lucy, ‘UNTAC in Cambodia - from Occupation, Civil War and Genocide to Peace' (2005) 9 Max Planck Yearbook of UN Law 127-78 http://www.mpil.de/ww/en/pub/research/details/publications/institute/mpyunl.cfm
  74. Kelly, Michael, ‘The Tricky Nature of Proving Genocide against Saddam Hussein before the Iraqi Special Tribunal' (2005) 38(3) Cornell International Law Journal 983-1012 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  75. Kim, Paul, ‘The Law of Genocide in the Jurisprudence of ICTY and ICTR in 2004' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 431-46 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  76. King, Dana, ‘When Photos are Genocide: Making a Claim under the Alien Tort Statute for the Abu Ghraib Prison Scandal' (2007) 10 Gonzaga Journal of International Law 369-89 http://www.gonzagajil.org/
  77. Klinkner, Melanie, ‘Proving Genocide? Forensic Expertise and the ICTY' (2008) 6(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 447-66 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  78. Kreicker, Helmut, ‘National Prosecution of Genocide from a Comparative Perspective' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 313-28 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  79. Kress, Claus, ‘The Crime of Genocide and Contextual Elements: A Comment on the Pre-Trial Chamber’s Decision in the Al Bashir Case' (2009) 7(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 297-306 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  80. Kress, Claus, ‘The Crime of Genocide under International Law' (2006) 6(4) International Criminal Law Review 461-502 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  81. Kress, Claus, ‘The Darfur Report and Genocidal Intent' (2005) 3(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 562-78 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  82. Le Blanc, Lawrence, ‘The United Nations Genocide Convention and Political Groups: Should the United States Propose an Amendment?' (1988) 13(2) Yale Journal of International Law 268-95 http://www.yjil.org/
  83. Lejmi, Mohamed, ‘Prosecuting Cambodian Genocide: Problems Caused by the Passage of Time since the Alleged Commission of Crimes' (2006) 4(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 300-6 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  84. Lippman, Matthew, ‘Genocide: The Crime of the Century--The Jurisprudence of Death at the Dawn of the New Millennium' (2001) 23(3) Houston Journal of International Law 467-536 http://www.hjil.org/
  85. Lippman, Matthew, ‘Genocide: The Trial of Adolf Eichmann and the Quest for Global Justice' (2002) 8 Buffalo Human Rights Law Review 45-122 http://wings.buffalo.edu/law/BHRC/bhrlr.html
  86. Lippman, Matthew, ‘The 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide: Forty-Five Years Later' (1994) 8(1) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 1-84 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
  87. Lippman, Matthew, ‘The Drafting of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide' (1985) 3(1) Boston University International Law Journal 1-66 http://www.bu.edu/law/central/jd/organizations/journals/international/index.html
  88. Loewenstein, Andrew and Kostas, Stephen, ‘Divergent Approaches to Determining Responsibility for Genocide: The Darfur Commission of Inquiry and the ICJ’s Judgment in the Genocide Case' (2007) 5(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 839-57 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  89. Luban, David, ‘Calling Genocide by Its Rightful Name: Lemkin's Word, Darfur, and the UN Report' (2006) 7(1) Chicago Journal of International Law 303-20 http://cjil.uchicago.edu/
  90. Lubet, Steven, ‘Prospects for Implementation of the Genocide Convention under United States Law' (1989) 83 American Society of International Law Proceedings 323-5 http://www.asil.org/
  91. Lyons, Margaret, ‘Hearing the Cry without Answering the Call: Rape, Genocide, and the Rwandan Tribunal' (2001) 28 Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 99-124 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
  92. Malksoo, Lauri, ‘Soviet Genocide? Communist Mass Deportations in the Baltic States and International Law' (2001) 14(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 757-87 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  93. Mamiya, Ralph, ‘Taking Judicial Notice of Genocide? The Problematic Law and Policy of the Karemera Decision' (2007) 25(1) Wisconsin International Law Journal 1-22 http://hosted.law.wisc.edu/wilj/
  94. Manashaw, Linnea, ‘Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing: Why the Distinction - A Discussion in the Context of Atrocities Occurring in Sudan' (2005) 35(2) California Western International Law Journal http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
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  96. Maravilla, Christopher, ‘Hate Speech as a War Crime: Public and Direct Incitement to Genocide in International Law' (2008) 17(1) Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 113-44 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
  97. Marino, Anthony, ‘Bosnia v Serbia and the Status or Rape as Genocide under International Law' (2009) 27(1) Boston University International Law Journal 205-30 http://www.bu.edu/law/central/jd/organizations/journals/international/index.html
  98. Markelj, Tatjana, ‘The Criminal Law of Genocide – The Slovenian Perspective' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 343-50 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  99. Mathew, Jamie, ‘The Darfur Debate: Whether the ICC Should Determine That the Atrocities in Darfur Constitute Genocide' (2006) 18(2) Florida Journal of International Law 517-48 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
  100. McKay, Leanne, ‘Characterising the System of the International Criminal Court: An Exploration of the Role of the Court through the Elements of Crimes and the Crime of Genocide' (2006) 6(2) International Criminal Law Review 257-74 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  101. Melvern, Linda, ‘The Security Council in the Face of Genocide' (2005) 3(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 847-61 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  102. Milanovic, Marko, ‘State Responsibility for Genocide' (2006) 17(3) European Journal of International Law 553-604 http://www.ejil.org/
  103. Milanovic, Marko, ‘State Responsibility for Genocide: A Follow-Up' (2007) 18(4) European Journal of International Law 669-94 http://www.ejil.org/
  104. Minow, Martha, ‘Between Vengenance and Forgiveness: Facing History after Genocide and Mass Violence' (2000) 24(1) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 211-32 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
  105. Minow, Martha, ‘The Work of Re-Membering: After Genocide and Mass Atrocity' (1999) 23(2) Fordham International Law Journal 429-49 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  106. Miraglia, Michela, ‘Genocide: The Italian Perspective' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 351-62 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  107. Mitchell, Andrew, ‘Genocide, Human Rights Implementation and the Relationship between International and Domestic Law:Nulyarimma v Thompson' (2000) 24(1) Melbourne University Law Review 15-49 http://mulr.law.unimelb.edu.au/
  108. Mitchell, Andrew, ‘Is Genocide a Crime Unknown to Australian Law? Nulyarimma v Thompson' (2000) 3 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 362-83 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
  109. Moore, Cerwyn, ‘Post-Modern War, Genocide and Chechnya: The Case of Female Suicide Attacks as a Problem for International Law and International Relations Theory' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 485-501 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  110. Murphy, Sean, ‘Defeat of House Resolution on “Armenian Genocide”' (2001) 95(2) American Journal of International Law 396-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  111. Murphy, Sean, ‘Department of State Legal Analysis of 1994 Genocide in Rwanda' (2002) 96(1) American Journal of International Law 258-62 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
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  113. Nersessian, David, ‘The Contours of Genocidal Intent: Troubling Jurisprudence from the International Criminal Tribunals' (2002) 37(2) Texas International Law Journal 231-76 http://www.tilj.org/
  114. Nersessian, David, ‘Comparative Approaches to Punishing Hate: The Intersection of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity' (2007) 43(2) Stanford Journal of International Law 221-64 http://www.stanford.edu/group/sjil/
  115. Newton, Michael, ‘The Afal Genocide: Personal Reflections and Legal Residue' (2007) 40(5) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1523-42 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
  116. Palombino, Fulvio, ‘Should Genocide Subsume Crimes against Humanity? Some Remarks in Light of the Krstic Appeal Judgment' (2005) 3(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 778-89 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  117. Paust, Jordan, ‘Congress and Genocide: They're Not Going to Get Away with It' (1989) 11(1) Michigan Journal of International Law 90-104 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
  118. Peacock, Dorinda, ‘It Happened and it Can Happen Again: The International Response to Genocide in Rwanda' (199-98) 22(3) North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 899-942 http://www.law.unc.edu/journals/ncilj/default.aspx
  119. Petrovic, Drazen, ‘Ethnic Cleansing – An Attempt at Methodology' (1994) 5(3) European Journal of International Law 342-59 http://www.ejil.org/
  120. Post, Jennifer, ‘The United States and the Genocide Treaty: Returning Genocide to Sovereign Concerns' (1990) 13(2) Suffolk Transnational Law Journal 686-713 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
  121. Pulos, Michael, ‘Hiding Corpses within Sovereign Borders: Why the World Fails to Prosecute Genocide' (2006) 11(1) UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 161-88 http://orgs.law.ucla.edu/jilfa/Pages/Default.aspx
  122. Quayle, Peter, ‘Unimaginable Evil: The Legislative Limitations of the Genocide Convention' (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 363-72 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  123. Quigley, John, ‘Genocide: A Useful Legal Category?' (2009) 19(2) International Criminal Justice Review 115-31 http://icj.sagepub.com/
  124. Rajkovic, Nikolas, ‘On “Bad Law” and “Good Politics”: The Politics of the ICJ Genocide Case and Its Interpretation' (2008) 21(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 885-910 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  125. Ramcharan, B.G. et al, ‘The Challenge of Non-State Actors: The Genocide Convention after Fifty Years: Contemporary Strategies for Combating a Crime against Humanity: Remarks' (1998) 92 American Society of International Law Proceedings 3-19 http://www.asil.org/
  126. Ratner, Steven, ‘The Genocide Convention after Fifty Years' (1998) 92 American Society of International Law Proceedings 1-2 http://www.asil.org/
  127. Roht-Arriaza, Naomi, ‘Guatemala Genocide Case. Judgment No. STC 237/2005' (2006) 100(1) American Journal of International Law 207-13 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  128. Rosenberg, Sheri, ‘Promoting Equality after Genocide' (2008) 16(2) Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 329-94 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
  129. Sadat, Leila, ‘Transjudicial Dialogue and the Rwandan Genocide: Aspects of Antagonism and Complementarity' (2009) 22(3) Leiden Journal of International Law 543-62 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  130. Satkouskas, Rytis, ‘Soviet Genocide Trials in the Baltic States: The Relevance of International Law' (2004) 7 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 388-409 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
  131. Saul, Ben, ‘The International Crime of Genocide in Australian Law' (2000) 22(4) Sydney Law Review 527-84 http://sydney.edu.au/law/slr/
  132. Saul, Ben, ‘The International Crime of Genocide in Australian Law' (2000) Australian Law Students' Association Academic Journal 25-42  http://www.alsa.net.au/publications/academic-journal
  133. Saul, Ben, ‘Was the Conflict in East Timor Genocide and Why Does It Matter?' (2001) 2(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 477-522 http://mjil.law.unimelb.edu.au/
  134. Sautman, Barry, ‘Cultural Genocide and Tibet' (2003) 38(2) Texas International Law Journal 173-248 http://www.tilj.org/
  135. Schabas, William, ‘Darfur and the “Odious Scourge”: The Commission of Inquiry’s Findings on Genocide' (2005) 18(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 871-85 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
  136. Schabas, William, ‘Genocide Trials and Gacaca Courts' (2005) 3(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 879-95 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  137. Schabas, William, ‘National Courts Finally Begin to Prosecute Genocide, the Crime of Crimes' (2003) 1(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 39-63 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  138. Schmitt, Paul, ‘The Future of Genocide Suits at the International Court of Justice: France's Role in Rwanda and Implications of the Bosnia v Serbia Decision' (2009) 40(2) Georgetown Journal of International Law 585-624 http://gjil.org/
  139. Scott, Shirley, ‘Why Wasn't Genocide a Crime in Australia? Accounting for the Half Century Delay in Australia Implementing the Genocide Convention' (2004) 10(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 159-78 http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/AJHR/
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  141. Shah, Sonali, ‘The Oversight of the Last Great International Institution of the Twentieth Century: The International Criminal Court's Definition of Genocide' (2002) 16(1) Emory International Law Review 351-90 http://www.law.emory.edu/student-life/law-journals/emory-international-law-review.html
  142. Shattuck, John, ‘The Legacy of Nuremberg: Confronting Genocide and the Terrorism through the Rule of Law' (2006) 10 Gonzaga Journal of International Law 6-16 http://www.gonzagajil.org/
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  145. Smolin, David, ‘The Future of Genocide: A Spectacle for the New Millennium' (1999) 23(2) Fordham International Law Journal 460-72 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
  146. Snyder, Robert, ‘Disillusioned Words Like Bullets Bark: Incitement to Genocide, Music, and the Trial of Simon Bikindi' (2007) 35(3) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 645-74 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
  147. Stanton, Gregory, ‘Kampuchean Genocide and the World Court' (1987) 2(2) Connecticut Journal of International Law 341-8 http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/1945
  148. Steven, Lee, ‘Genocide and the Duty to Extradite or Prosecute: Why the United States is in Breach of Its International Obligations' (1999) 39(2) Virginia Journal of International Law 425-66 http://www.vjil.org/
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  151. Tomuschat, Christian, ‘Reparation in Cases of Genocide' (2007) 5(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 905-12 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
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5.Sexual Violence as War Crimes

Journal articles

  1. Askin, Kelly, ‘Sexual Violence in Decisions and Indictments of the Yugoslav and Rwandan Tribunals: Current Status' (1999) 93(1) American Journal of International Law 97-123 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  2. Aydelott, Denise, ‘Mass Rape during War: Prosecuting Bosnian Rapists under International Law' (1993) 7(2) Emory International Law Review 585-632 http://www.law.emory.edu/student-life/law-journals/emory-international-law-review.html
  3. Chinkin, Christine, ‘Rape and Sexual Abuse of Women in International Law' (1994) 5(3) European Journal of International Law 326-41 http://www.ejil.org/
  4. Ellis, Mark, ‘Breaking the Silence: Rape as an International Crime' (2006) 38(2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 225-48 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
  5. Engle, Karen, ‘Feminism and Its (Dis)Contents: Criminalising Wartime Rape in Bosnia and Herzegovina' (2005) 99(4) American Journal of International Law 778-816 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
  6. Fitzgerald, Kate, ‘Problems of Prosecution and Adjudication of Rape and Other Sexual Assaults under International Law' (1997) 8(4) European Journal of International Law 638-63 http://www.ejil.org/
  7. Halley, Janet, ‘Rape in Berlin: Reconsidering the Criminalisation of Rape in the International Law of Armed Conflict' (2008) 9(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 78-124 http://mjil.law.unimelb.edu.au/
  8. Jarvis, Michelle, ‘Prosecuting Rape under International Law: Implications for Australian Jurisdictions' (1999) (6) Women Against Violence 4-11 http://www.casa.org.au/index.php?page_id=127
  9. Laviolette, Nicole, ‘Commanding Rape: Sexual Violence, Command Responsibility, and the Prosecution of Superiors by the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda' (1998) 36 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 93-150 http://www.ubcpress.ca/books/series_cyil.html
  10. Lewis, Dustin, ‘Unrecognised Victims: Sexual Violence against Men in Conflict Settings under International Law' (2009) 27(1) Wisconsin International Law Journal 1-50 http://hosted.law.wisc.edu/wilj/
  11. Maravilla, Christopher, ‘Rape as a War Crime: The Implications of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia's Decision in Prosecutor v Kunarac, Kovac, and Vukovic on International Humanitarian Law' (2001) 13(3) Florida Journal of International Law 321-42 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
  12. McHenry III, James, ‘The Prosecution of Rape under International Law: Justice That is Long Overdue' (2002) 35(4) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1269-312 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
  13. Adams, Dean, ‘The Prohibition of Widespread Rape as a Jus Cogens' (2005) 6(2) San Diego International Law Journal 357-98 http://www.sandiego.edu/law/news/blogs_publications/publications/journals/international/
  14. Oosterveld, Valerie, ‘Sexual Slavery and the International Criminal Court: Advancing International Law' (2004) 25(3) Michigan Journal of International Law 605-52 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
  15. Paust, Jordan et al, ‘Are International Institutions Doing Their Job? Violence against Women and International Law: Rape as a War Crime: Discussion' (1996) 90 American Society of International Law Proceedings 611-15 http://www.asil.org/
  16. Peterson, Lindsay, ‘Shared Dilemmas: Justice for Rape Victims under International Law and Protection for Rape Victims Seeking Asylum' (2008) 31(1) Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 509-30 http://www.uchastings.edu/hiclr/
  17. Pitea, Cesare, ‘Rape as a Human Rights Violation and a Criminal Offence: The European Court’s Judgment in M.C. v Bulgaria' (2004) 3(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 447-62 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
  18. Quenivet, Noelle, ‘The Dissonance between the United Nations Zero-Tolerance Policy and the Criminalisation of Sexual Offences on the International Level' (2007) 7(4) International Criminal Law Review 657-76 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
  19. Schreck, Rachel, ‘Rhetoric without Results: United Nations Security Council Resolutions concerning Rape during Armed Conflict' (2009) 28(1) Penn State International Law Review 83-110 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
  20. Sellers, Patricia, ‘Sexual Violence and Peremptory Norms: The Legal Value of Rape' (2002) 34(3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 287-304 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
  21. Sellers, Patricia, ‘The Cultural Value of Sexual Violence' (1999) 93 American Society of International Law Proceedings 312-24 http://www.asil.org/
  22.  Shotton, Anna, ‘A Strategy to Address Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by United Nations Peacekeeping Personnel' (2006) 39(1) Cornell International Law Journal 97-108 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
  23. Sivakumaran, Sandesh, ‘Sexual Violence against Men in Armed Conflict' (2007) 18(2) European Journal of International Law 253-76 http://www.ejil.org/
  24. Tonkin, Hannah, ‘Rape in the International Arena: The Evolution of Autonomy and Consent' (2004) 23(2) University of Tasmania Law Review 243-63 http://fcms.its.utas.edu.au/law/law/cpage.asp?lCpageID=314
  25. Wagner, Justin, ‘The Systematic Use of Rape as a Tool of War in Darfur: A Blueprint for International War Crimes Prosecutions' (2005) 37(1) Georgetown Journal of International Law 193-244 http://gjil.org/
  26. Wilbers, M.T.A., ‘Sexual Abuse in Times of Armed Conflict' (1994) 7(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 43-71 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL


6. Terrorism

Reports

  1. Ducca, Marissa, According to the Special Court Statute, What are the Elements of the Following Crimes: A) Collective Punishment; (ART. 3b) B) Terrorism; (ART. 3d), Law War Crimes Research Lab (Case Western Reserve University School)(2004) <http://www.law.case.edu/War-Crimes-Research-Portal/memoranda/Mducca.pdf>
  2. Echeverria, Gabriela, Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and Torture: International Law in the Fight Against Terrorism, REDRESS(2004) <http://www.redress.org/downloads/publications/TerrorismReport.pdf>

Books

  1. Addicott, Jeffrey, Terrorism Law: Materials, Cases, Comments (4th ed, 2007)
  2. Alexander, Yonah, et al., Terrorism: Documents of International and Local Control; Terrorism: Commentary on Security Documents (1979-2010)
  3. Alexander, Yonah and Nanes, Allan (eds), Legislative Responses to Terrorism (1986)
  4. Ali Khan, L, A Theory of International Terrorism: Understanding Islamic Militancy (2006)
  5. Arnold, Roberta, The ICC as a New Instrument for Repressing Terrorism (2004)
  6. Barnidge, Robert Jnr, Non-State Actors and Terrorism: Applying the Law of State Responsibility and the Due Diligence Principle (2008)
  7. Bassiouni, M Cherif, International Terrorism: A Compilation of UN Documents (1972-2001) (2002)
  8. Becker, Tal, Terrorism and the State: Rethinking the Rules of State Responsibility (2006)
  9. Benedek, Wolfgang and Yotopoulos-Marangopoulos, Alice (eds), Anti-Terrorist Measures and Human Rights (2004)
  10. Bianchi, Andrea (ed), Enforcing International Law Norms against Terrorism (2004)
  11. Cassese, Antonio, Terrorism, Politics and Law: The Achille Lauro Affair (1989)
  12. du Colloque, Actes, Reflexions sur la definition et la repression du terrorisme (1974)
  13. Eder, Franz, Mangott, Gerhard and Senn, Martin (eds), Transatlantic Discord: Combating Terrorism and Proliferation, Preventing Crises (2007)
  14. Elagab, Omer, International Law Documents Relating to Terrorism (2nd ed, 2001)
  15. Elagab, Omer and Elagab, Jeehaan, International Law Documents Relating to Terrorism (3rd ed, 2007)
  16. Evans, Alona and Murphy, John, Legal Aspects of International Terrorism (1978)
  17. Glennon, Michael and Sur, Serge, Terrorism and International Law (2008)
  18. Griset, Pamala and Mahan, Sue, Terrorism in Perspective (2003)
  19. Gutteridge, William (ed), The New Terrorism (1986)
  20. Heere, Wybo (ed), Terrorism and the Military: International Legal Implications (2003)
  21. Herman, Edward, The Real Terror Network: Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda (1982)
  22. Hocking, Jenny, Terror Laws: ASIO, Counter-Terrorism and the Threat to Democracy (2004)
  23. Laqueur, Walter, Terrorism: A Study of National and International Political Violence (1977)
  24. Lehto, Marja, Indirect Responsibility for Terrorist Acts: Redefinition of the Concept of Terrorism beyond Violent Acts (2009)
  25. Mickolus, Edward, The Literature of Terrorism: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography (1980)
  26. Murphy, John, Legal Aspects of International Terrorism: Summary Report of an International Conference (1978)
  27. Nesi, Giuseppe (ed), International Cooperation in Counter-Terrorism: The United Nations and Regional Organizations in the Fight against Terrorism (2006)
  28. Parliament of the Cook Islands, Explanatory Notes on Legislation to Address Terrorism and Transnational Crime (2003)
  29. Ramraj, Victor, Hor, Michael and Roach, Kent (eds), Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy (2005)
  30. Rehman, Javaid, Islamic State Practices, International Law and the Threat from Terrorism: A Critique of the "Clash of Civilisations" in the New World Order (2005)
  31. Reinares, Fernando (ed), European Democracies against Terrorism: Governmental Policies and Intergovernmental Cooperation (2000)
  32. Ronzitti, Natalino (ed), Maritime Terrorism and International Law (1990)
  33. Saul, Ben, Defining Terrorism in International Law (2006)
  34. Selth, Andrew, Against Every Human Law: The Terrorist Threat to Diplomacy (1988)
  35. Senate (Australia), Legal and Constitutional References Committee: Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Bill 2002 and Related Matters (2002)
  36. Sparks, Thomas and Sulmasy, Glenn (eds), International Law Challenges: Homeland Security and Combating Terrorism (2006)
  37. Strachman, David and Steck, James, Cases and Materials on Civil Terrorism Law (2008)
  38. Walker, Clive, Blackstone's Guide to: The Anti-Terrorism Legislation (2nd ed, 2009)
  39. Walter, Christian, et al. (eds), Terrorism as a Challenge for National and International Law: Security versus Liberty? (2004)
  40. Sambei, Arvinder, Du Plessis, Max and Polaine, Martin, Counter-Terrrorism Law and Practice: An International Handbook (2009)
  41. Shankar, Shylashri, Scaling Justice: India's Supreme Court, Anti-Terror Laws, and Social Rights (2009)

Journal articles

    1. ‘The Law and Terrorism Panel Discussion' (2002) 14(1) Pace International Law Review 1-26 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
    2. Abi-Saab, Georges, ‘The Proper Role of International Law in Combating Terrorism' (2002) 1(1) Chinese Journal of International Law 305-13 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
    3. Aleni, Lucia, ‘Distinguishing Terrorism from Wars of National Liberation in Light of International Law: A View from Italian Courts' (2008) 6(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 525-39 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    4. Allen, Beverly, ‘Talking Terrorism: Ideologies and Paradigms in a Postmodern World' (1996) 22 Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 7-12 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    5. Allen, Charles, ‘Alternatives to Prosecution for War Crimes in the War on Terrorism' (2008) 17(1) Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 121-38 http://www.uiowa.edu/~tlcp/Altheide, David, ‘The Mass Media, Crime and Terrorism' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 982-97 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    6. Amarasinghe, A, ‘International Terrorism' (1997) 9 Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 1-7
    7. Amarasinha, Stefan and Isenbecker, Martin, ‘Terrorism and the Right to Asylum under the 1951 Convention and the 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees - A Contradiction in Terms or Do Opposites Attract?' (1996) 65(2) Nordic Journal of International Law 223-40 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    8. Baker, Mark, ‘The South American Legal Response to Terrorism' (1985) 3(1) Boston University International Law Journal 67-98 http://www.bu.edu/law/central/jd/organizations/journals/international/index.html
    9. Baker, Mark, ‘The Western European Legal Response to Terrorism' (1987) 13(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 1-24 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
    10. Bantekas, Ilias, ‘The International Law of Terrorist Financing' (2003) 97(2) American Journal of International Law 315-32 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    11. Bassiouni, M Cherif, ‘Legal Control of International Terrorism: A Policy-Oriented Assessment' (2002) 43(1) Harvard International Law Journal 83-104 http://www.harvardilj.org/
    12.  Bassiouni, M Cherif, ‘Terrorism: The Persistent Dilemma of Legitimacy' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 299 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    13. Benvenisti, Eyal, ‘The Role of National Courts in Preventing Torture of Suspected Terrorists' (1997) 8(4) European Journal of International Law 596-612 http://www.ejil.org/
    14. Beres, Louis, ‘Confronting Nuclear Terrorism' (1990) 14(1) Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 129-54 http://www.uchastings.edu/hiclr/
    15. Beres, Louis, ‘On International Law and Nuclear Terrorism' (1994) 24(1) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 1-36 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
    16. Beres, Louis, ‘Terrorism and International Law' (1988) 3(3) Florida Journal of International Law 291-306 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
    17. Beres, Louis, ‘The Legal Meaning of Terrorism for the Military Commander' (1995) 11(1) Connecticut Journal of International Law 1-28 http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/1945
    18. Beres, Louis, ‘The Meaning of Terrorism - Jurisprudential and Definitional Clarifications' (1995) 28(2) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 239-50 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    19. Bianchi, Andrea, ‘Assessing the Effectiveness of the UN Security Council's Anti-Terrorism Measures: The Quest for Legitimacy and Cohesion' (2006) 17(5) European Journal of International Law 889-919 http://www.ejil.org/
    20. Bianchi, Andrea, ‘Security Council's Anti-Terror Resolutions and their Implementation by Member States: An Overview' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1044-73 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    21. Biderman, Michael, ‘A Potentially Dubious New Front in the War on Terrorism: State-Sponsored Civil Suits and the Omagh Bombing' (2004) 14(2) Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 803-30 http://www.uiowa.edu/~tlcp/
    22. Bilder, Richard and Vagts, Detlev, ‘Speaking Law to Power: Lawyers and Torture' (2004) 98(4) American Journal of International Law 689-95 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    23. Bourgon, Stephane, ‘The Impact of Terrorism on the Principle of 'Non-Refoulement' of Refugees: The Suresh Case before the Supreme Court of Canada' (2003) 1(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 169-85 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    24. Bowen, Elizabeth, ‘Jurisdiction over Terrorists who Take Hostages: Efforts to Stop Terror-Violence against United States Citizens' (1987) 2(1) American University Journal of International Law and Policy 153-202 http://www.auilr.org/
    25. Braithwaite, John, ‘Pre-empting Terrorism' (2005) 17(1) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 96-114 http://sydney.edu.au/law/criminology/journal/index.shtml
    26. Brooks, Rosa, ‘Protecting Rights in the Age of Terrorism: Challenges and Opportunities' (2005) 36(3) Georgetown Journal of International Law 669-82 http://gjil.org/
    27. Broomhall, Bruce, ‘State Actors in an International Definition of Terrorism from a Human Rights Perspective' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 421-42 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    28. Bryer, Daniel, ‘Liability under the Anti-Terrorism Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act: An Expanding Definition of "Material Support or Resources"' (2007-08) 11 Gonzaga Journal of International Law http://www.gonzagajil.org/
    29. Byers, Michael, ‘Terrorism, the Use of Force and International Law after 11 September' (2002) 51(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 401-14 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    30. Calica, Andrew, ‘Self-Help Is the Best Kind: The Efficient Breach Justification for Forcible Abduction of Terrorists' (2004) 37(2) Cornell International Law Journal 389-430 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
    31. Carne, Greg, ‘Neither Principled nor Pragmatic - International Law, International Terrorism and the Howard Government' (2008) 27(1) Australian Year Book of International Law 11-44 http://law.anu.edu.au/cipl/Publications/YearBook.htm
    32. Cassese, Antonio, ‘Terrorism is Also Disrupting Some Crucial Legal Categories of International Law' (2001) 12(5) European Journal of International Law 993-1001 http://www.ejil.org/
    33. Cassese, Antonio, ‘The International Community's Legal Response to Terrorism' (1989) 38(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 589-608 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    34. Cassese, Antonio, ‘The Multifaceted Criminal Notion of Terrorism in International Law' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 933-58 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    35.  Charlesworth, Hilary, Epps, Valerie and Michael, Scharf, ‘Teach-In on Terrorism: September 20, 2001' (2002) 8 New England Journal of International and Comparative Law  81 http://www.nesl.edu/students/ne_journal_icl.cfm
    36. Chinkin, Christine, ‘Women's International Tribunal of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery' (2001) 95(2) American Journal of International Law 335-41 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    37. Colangelo, Anthony, ‘Constitutional Limits on Extraterritorial Jurisdiction: Terrorism and the Intersection of National and International Law' (2007) 48(1) Harvard International Law Journal 121-202 http://www.harvardilj.org/
    38. Costello, Declan, ‘International Terrorism and the Development of the Principle Aut Dedere Aut Judicare' (1975) 10(2-3) Journal of International Law and Economics 483-502
    39. Crane, David, ‘Terrorists, Warlords, and Thugs' (2006) 21(4) American University International Law Review 505-16 http://www.auilr.org/
    40. Crook, John, ‘Al Qaeda Figure Reportedly Killed in Pakistan by Missile from US Drone' (2005) 99(3) American Journal of International Law 719 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    41. Crook, John, ‘United States Supports General Assembly Approval of New Convention against Nuclear Terrorism' (2005) 99(3) American Journal of International Law 712-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    42. Crook, John, ‘United States Supports Security Council Anti-Terrorism Resolution' (2005) 99(1) American Journal of International Law 268 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    43. Dahlvang, Niclas, ‘Thieves, Robbers, and Terrorists: Piracy in the 21st Century' (2006) 4(1) Regent Journal of International Law 17-46 http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/student_life/studentorgs/rjil/home.cfm
    44. Darcy, Shane, ‘Human Rights Protection during the War on Terror: Two Steps Back, One Step Forward' (2007) 16(2) Minnesota Journal of International Law 353-70 http://www.minnjil.org/
    45. Davis, Spencer, ‘Incitement to Terrorism in Media Coverage: Solutions to Al-Jazeera after the Rwandan Media Trial' (2006) 38(4) The George Washington International Law Review 749-78 http://www.gwilr.org/
    46. Delaney, Robert, ‘World Terrorism Today' (1979) 9(3) California Western International Law Journal 450-60 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
    47. Dempsey, Paul, ‘Aerial Piracy and Terrorism: Unilateral and Multilateral Responses to Aircraft Hijacking' (1987) 2(2) Connecticut Journal of International Law 427-62 http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/1945
    48. DePippo, Henry, ‘Criminal Remedies for Terrorist Acts' (1996) 22 Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 19-24 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    49. Di Filippo, Marcello, ‘Terrorist Crimes and International Co-Operation: Critical Remarks on the Definition and Inclusion of Terrorism in the Category of International Crimes' (2008) 19(3) European Journal of International Law 533-70 http://www.ejil.org/
    50. Drumbl, Mark, ‘Terrorist Crime, Taliban Guilt, Western Victims, and International Law' (2002) 31(1) Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 69-79 http://law.du.edu/index.php/DJILP
    51. Dugard, John, ‘South West Africa and the "Terrorist Trial"' (1970) 64(1) American Journal of International Law 19-41 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    52. Dugard, John, ‘Towards the Definition of International Terrorism' (1973) 67 American Society of International Law Proceedings 94-99 http://www.asil.org/
    53. Editors, ‘Introduction [Symposium: Terrorism: The Legal Implications of the Response to September 11, 2001]' (2002) 35(3) Cornell International Law Journal 471-4 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
    54. Einisman, Alan, ‘Ineffectiveness at Its Best: Fighting Terrorism with Economic Sanctions' (2000) 9(1) Minnesota Journal of International Law 299-326 http://www.minnjil.org/
    55. Emanuelli, Claude, ‘Legal Aspects of Aerial Terrorism: The Piecemeal vs the Comprehensive Approach' (1975) 10(2-3) Journal of International Law and Economics 503-18
    56. Farer, Tom, ‘Two Faces of Terror' (2007) 101(2) American Journal of International Law 363-81 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    57. Fassbender, Bardo, ‘Can Victims Sue State Officials for Torture? Reflections on Rasul v Myers from the Perspective of International Law' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 347-69 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    58. Feder, Linda, ‘In re Doherty: Distinguishing Terrorist Activities from Politically Motivated Acts under the Political Offense Exception to Extradition' (1985) 1(1) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 99-132 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
    59. Feldmus, Cheryl, ‘Terror in the Skies: Who Should Pay the Price?' (1987) 14(2) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 209-36 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    60. Findlay, D Cameron, ‘Abducting Terrorists Overseas for Trial in the United States: Issues of International and Domestic Law' (1988) 23(1) Texas International Law Journal 1-54 http://www.tilj.org/
    61. Findlay, Mark, ‘Some Brief Observations on the Significance of Deterrence in Braithwaite's "Pre-empting Terrorism"' (2005) 17(1) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 210-21 http://sydney.edu.au/law/criminology/journal/index.shtml
    62. Findlay, Mark, ‘Terrorism and Relative Justice' (2007) 47 Crime, Law and Social Change 57-68 http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/criminology/journal/10611
    63. Fletcher, George, ‘The Indefinable Concept of Terrorism' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 894-911 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    64. Franck, Thomas and Lockwood, Jr, Bert, ‘Preliminary Thoughts towards an International Convention on Terrorism' (1974) 68(1) American Journal of International Law 69-90 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    65. Franck, Thomas and Senecal, Scott, ‘Porfiry's Proposition: Legitimacy and Terrorism' (1987) 20(2) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 195-234 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    66. Franck, Thomas, ‘Criminals, Combatants, or What? An Examination of the Role of Law in Responding to the Threat of Terror' (2004) 98(4) American Journal of International Law 686-9 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    67. Frank, Michael, ‘Trying Times: The Prosecution of Terrorists in the Central Criminal Court of Iraq' (2006) 18(1) Florida Journal of International Law 1-134 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
    68. Friedlander, Robert, ‘Terrorism and National Liberation Movements: Can Rights Derive from Wrongs' (1981) 13(2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 281-90 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    69. Friedlander, Robert, ‘Terrorism and Self-Determination: The Fatal Nexus' (1979-80) 7(2) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 263-8 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    70. Friedrichs, Jorg, ‘Defining the International Public Enemy: The Political Struggle behind the Legal Debate on International Terrorism' (2006) 19(1) Leiden Journal of International Law 69-91 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    71. Fuller, Steven, ‘Extradition of Terrorists: An Executive Solution to the Limitations of the Political Offense Exception in the Context of Contemporary Judicial Interpretations of American Extradition Law' (1987) 11(2) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 351-86 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
    72. Gable, Kelly, ‘Cyber-Apocalypse Now: Securing the Internet against Cyberterrorism and Using Universal Jurisdiction as a Deterrent' (2010) 43(1) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 57-118 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    73. Gaeta, Paola, ‘May Necessity Be Available as a Defence for Torture in the Interrogation of Suspected Terrorists?' (2004) 2(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 785-94 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    74. Galbally, Robert, ‘Weapons of Mass Protection: Criminal Justice in an Age of Terror' (2006) (72) Precedent (Sydney, N.S.W.) 14-17 http://www.lawsociety.com.au/ForSolictors/professionalsupport/manageyourpractice/precedents/index.htm
    75. Galyean, Thomas, ‘Acts of Terrorism and Combat by Irregular Forces - An Insurance "War Risk"?' (1974) 4(2) California Western International Law Journal 315-39 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
    76. Gartenstein-Ross, Daveed, ‘A Critique of the Terrorism Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act' (2002) 34(4) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 887-948 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    77. Gasser, Hans-Peter, ‘International Humanitarian Law the Prohibition of Terrorist Acts and the Fight against Terrorism' (2001) 4 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 329-47 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
    78. Gaynes, Jeffrey, ‘Bringing the Terrorist to Justice: A Domestic Law Approach' (1978) 1(71-84) Cornell International Law Journal http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
    79. George, Asha, ‘Response Is Local, Relief Is Not: The Pervasive Impact of Argo Terrorism' (2007) 40(4) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1155-70 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    80. Gilbert, S, ‘The "Law" and "Transnational Terrorism"' (1995) 26 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 3-32 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NYL
    81. Golder, Ben and Williams, George, ‘What is 'Terrorism'? Problems of Legal Definition' (2004) 27(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal 270-95 http://www.unswlawjournal.unsw.edu.au/lj2/default.asp
    82. Goldie, L F E, ‘Profile of a Terrorist: Distinguishing Freedom Fighters from Terrorists' (1987) 14(2) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 125-40 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    83. Goldsmith, Andrew, ‘Pre-empting Terrorism - A Comment' (2005) 17(1) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 115-19 http://sydney.edu.au/law/criminology/journal/index.shtml
    84. Goldstone, Richard, ‘Symposium: From Nuremberg to Abu Ghraib: The Relevance of International Criminal Law to the Global War on Terror: Keynote Address' (2006) 14(1) Michigan State Journal of International Law 1-10 http://www.journalofinternationallaw.org/
    85. Golove, David et al, ‘Powers of the Commander in Chief in the Struggle against Terrorism' (2006) 100 American Society of International Law Proceedings 331-44 http://www.asil.org/
    86. Gooding, Gregory, ‘Fighting Terrorism in the 1980s: The Interception of the Achillo Lauro Hijackers' (1987) 12(1) Yale Journal of International Law 158-79 http://www.yjil.org/
    87. Goot, Elisabeth, ‘Should South Africa Be Named a Terrorist State?' (1989) 15(3) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 801-42 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
    88. Grabosky, Peter and Stohl, Michael, ‘Cyberterrorism' (2003) (82) Reform (Australian Law Reform Commission) 8-13 http://www.alrc.gov.au/
    89. Gross, Emanuel, ‘The Laws of War Waged between Democratic States and Terrorist Organisations: Real or Illusive?' (2003) 15(4) Florida Journal of International Law 389-480 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
    90. Gross, Emanuel, ‘The Struggle of a Democracy against the Terror of Suicide Bombers: Ideological and Legal Aspects' (2004) 22(3) Wisconsin International Law Journal 597-710 http://hosted.law.wisc.edu/wilj/
    91. Gross, Emanuel, ‘Thwarting Terrorist Acts by Attacking the Perpetrators or Their Commanders as an Act of Self-Defense: Human Rights versus the State's Duty to Protect Its Citizens' (2001) 15(2) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 195-246 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
    92. Gross, Emanuel, ‘Trying Terrorists - Justification for Differing Trial Rules: The Balance between Security Considerations and Human Rights' (2002) 13(1) Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 1-98 http://indylaw.indiana.edu/iiclr/
    93. Gross, Emanuel, ‘Trying Terrorists - Justification for Differing Trial Rules: The Balance between Security Considerations and Human Rights' (2002) 13(1) Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 1-98 http://indylaw.indiana.edu/iiclr/
    94. Guillaume, Gilbert, ‘Terrorism and International Law' (2004) 53(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 537-48 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
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    230. Stephenson, Evan, ‘Does United Nations War Prevention Encourage State-Sponsorship of International Terrorism? An Economic Analysis' (2004) 44(4) Virginia Journal of International Law 1197-1230 http://www.vjil.org/
    231. Streckman, Laurence and Aldridge, Timothy, ‘Terrorism, Ideology, and Rules of Law' (1988) 1(1) Touro International Law Review 209-212 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
    232. Stuesser, Lee, ‘Active Defence: State Military Response to International Terrorism' (1987) 17(1) California Western International Law Journal 1-42 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
    233. Sucharitkul, Sompong, ‘International Terrorism and the Problem of Jurisdiction' (1987) 14(2) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 141-82 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    234. Suter, Keith, ‘September 11 and Terrorism: International Law Implications' (2001)  Australian International Law Journal 14-34 http://www.ila.org.au/publications_journal.htm
    235. Symeonidou-Kastanidou, Elisabeth, ‘Defining Terrorism' (2004) 12(1) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 14-35 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
    236. Tams, Christian, ‘The Use of Force against Terrorists' (2009) 20(2) European Journal of International Law 359-97 http://www.ejil.org/
    237. Telhami, Shibley, ‘Conflicting Views of Terrorism' (2002) 35(3) Cornell International Law Journal 581-98 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
    238. Terrorism: The Proposed United States Draft Convention' (1973) 3(2) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 430-48 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
    239. Thompson, Lorri, ‘Soviet Straitjacket Psychiatry: New Legislation to End the Psychiatric Reign of Terror in the USSR' (1990) 16(2) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 271-92 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    240. Trahan, Jennifer, ‘Terrorism Conventions: Existing Gaps and Different Approaches' (2002) 8 New England Journal of International and Comparative Law Annual 215 http://www.nesl.edu/students/ne_journal_icl.cfm
    241. Trahan, Jennifer, ‘Trying a Bin Laden and Others: Evaluating the Options for Terrorist Trials' (2002) 24(3) Houston Journal of International Law 475-508 http://www.hjil.org/
    242. Travalio, Gregory, ‘Terrorism, International Law, and the Use of Military Force' (2000) 18(1) Wisconsin International Law Journal 145-92 http://hosted.law.wisc.edu/wilj/
    243. Tsemel, Lea, ‘Double Standard Justice in Israel: The Case of the Jewish Terror Organisation' (1985) 2 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 37-68 http://www.brill.nl/publications/palestine-yearbook-international-law
    244. Udombana, Nsongurua, ‘Battling Rights: International Law and Africa's War on Terrorism' (2005) 13(1) African Yearbook of International Law 67-130 http://www.brill.nl/publications/african-yearbook-international-law-annuaire-africain-de-droit-international
    245. van Aggelen, Johannes, ‘A Response to John C Yoo, the Status of Soldiers and Terrorists under the Geneva Conventions' (2005) 4(1) Chinese Journal of International Law 167-82 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
    246. Vierucci, Luisa, ‘Is the Geneva Convention on Prisoners of War Obsolete? The Views of the Counsel to the US President on the Application of International Law to the Afghan Conflict' (2004) 2(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 866-71 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    247. Vitrano, Sean, ‘Hell-Bent on Awarding Recovery to Terrorism Victims: The Evolution and Application of the Antiterrorism Amendments to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act' (2000) 19(1) Dickinson Journal of International Law 213-44 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
    248. von Schorlemer, Sabine, ‘Human Rights: Substantive and Institutional Implications of the War on Terrorism' (2003) 14(2) European Journal of International Law 265-82 http://www.ejil.org/
    249. Walker, Clive, ‘Clamping Down on Terrorism in the United Kingdom' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1137-51 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    250.  Warbrick, Colin, ‘The European Response to Terrorism in an Age of Human Rights' (2004) 15(5) European Journal of International Law 989-1018 http://www.ejil.org/
    251. Wattad, Mohammed, ‘Is Terrorism a Crime or an Aggravated Factor in Sentencing?' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1017-30 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    252. Waxman, Matthew, ‘Detention as Targeting: Standards of Certainty and Detention of Suspected Terrorists' (2008) 108(6) Columbia Law Review 1365-1430 http://www.columbialawreview.org/
    253. Weigend, Thomas, ‘The Universal Terrorist: The International Community Grappling with a Definition' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 912-32 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    254.  Weiner, Justus, ‘Terrorism: Israel's Legal Responses' (1987) 14(2) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 183-208 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    255. Weiss, Peter, ‘Joe McCarthy is Alive and Well and Living in West Germany: Terror and Counter-Terror in the Federal Republic' (1976) 9(1) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 61-90 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    256. Wertheim, Peter, ‘Should "Grave Crimes of International Terrorism" Be Included in the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court?' (2003) 22(2) Policy and Society 1-21 http://www.policyandsociety.org/
    257. Williams, Sharon, ‘International Law and Terrorism: Age-Old Problems, Different Targets' (1988) 26 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 87-118 http://www.ubcpress.ca/books/series_cyil.html
    258. Witten, Samuel, ‘International Convention on the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings' (1998) 92(4) American Journal of International Law 774-81 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    259. Wright, William, ‘Limitations on the Prosecution of International Terrorists by the International Criminal Court' (1999) 8(1) Journal of International Law and Practice 139-50 http://www.journalofinternationallaw.org/
    260. Yoo, John and Ho, James, ‘The Status of Terrorists' (2003) 44(1) Virginia Journal of International Law 207-28 http://www.vjil.org/
    261. Yoo, John, ‘The Status of Soldiers and Terrorists under the Geneva Conventions' (2004) 3(1) Chinese Journal of International Law 135-50 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
    262. Zagaris, Bruce, ‘Championing Moralism and the Rule of Law in Combating International Terrorism and Drug Trafficking' (1993) 4(1) Criminal Law Forum 187-92 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
    263. Zeidan, Sami, ‘Agreeing to Disagree: Cultural Relativism and the Difficulty of Defining Terrorism in a Post-9/11 World' (2006) 29(2) Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 215-32 http://www.uchastings.edu/hiclr/
    264. Zeidan, Sami, ‘Desperately Seeking Definition: The International Community's Quest for Identifying the Specter of Terrorism' (2003) 36(3) Cornell International Law Journal 491-6 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/


  • 7. Torture

    Books

    1. Guiora, Amos, Constitutional Limits on Coercive Interrogation (2008)
    2. Parry, John, Understanding Torture: Law, Violence, and Political Identity (2010)

    Journal articles

    1. Ackerman, Steven, ‘Torture and Other Forms of Cruel and Unusual Punishment in International Law' (1978) 11(4) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 653-708 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    2. Blanco, Ester, ‘Torture in Emergency Situations' (1989) 2(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 209-28 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    3. Branch, Watson, ‘Reparations for Slavery: A Dream Deferred' (2002) 3 San Diego International Law Journal 177-206 http://www.sandiego.edu/law/news/blogs_publications/publications/journals/international/
    4. Burchard, Christoph, ‘Torture in the Jurisprudence of the Ad Hoc Tribunals: A Critical Assessment' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 159-82 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    5. Burke, Susan, ‘Accountability for Corporate Complicity in Torture' (2006) 10 Gonzaga Journal of International Law 81-6 http://www.gonzagajil.org/
    6. Christol, Carl, ‘Responding to Torture' (2004) 11 Australian International Law Journal 5-35 http://www.ila.org.au/publications_journal.htm
    7. Clark, Melissa, ‘Israel's High Court of Justice Ruling on the General Security Service Use of Moderate Physical Pressure: An End to the Sanctioned Use of Torture' (2000) 11(1) Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 145-82 http://indylaw.indiana.edu/iiclr/
    8. Clarke, Alan, ‘Creating a Torture Culture' (2008) 32(1) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 1-50 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
    9. Clarke, Alan, ‘De-cloaking Torture: Boumediene and the Military Commissions Act' (2009) 11(1) San Diego International Law Journal 59-134 http://www.sandiego.edu/law/news/blogs_publications/publications/journals/international/
    10. Cohen, Barak, ‘Democracy and the Mis-Rule of Law: The Israeli Legal System's Failure to Prevent Torture in the Occupied Territories' (2001) 12(1) Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 75-106 http://indylaw.indiana.edu/iiclr/
    11. Cohn, Ellen, ‘Torture in the International Community - Problems of Definition and Limitation - The Case of Northern Ireland' (1979) 11(1) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 159-86 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    12. Coonan, Terence, ‘Rescuing History: Legal and Theological Reflections on the Task of Making Former Torturers Accountable' (1996) 20(2) Fordham International Law Journal 512-48 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
    13. Crook, John ‘President Issues Executive Decision Banning Torture and CIA Prisons' (2009) 103(2) American Journal of International Law 331-4 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    14. Crook, John, ‘Charles Taylor Jr. Indicted in United States for Torture in Liberia' (2007) 101(2) American Journal of International Law 492-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    15. Crystle, H Moss, ‘When Rights Fall in a Forest ... the Ker-Frisbie Doctrine and Amerian Judicial Countenance of Extraterritorial Abductions and Torture' (1991) 9(2) Dickinson Journal of International Law 387-410 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
    16. Cullen, Anthony, ‘Defining Torture in International Law: A Critique of the Concept Employed by the European Court of Human Rights' (2003) 34(1) California Western International Law Journal 29-46 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
    17. Danelius, Hans, ‘Torture and Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment' (1989) 58(2) Nordic Journal of International Law 172-84 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    18. de Wet, Erika, ‘The Prohibition of Torture as an International Norm of Jus Cogens and Its Implications for National and Customary Law' (2004) 15(1) European Journal of International Law 97-121 http://www.ejil.org/
    19. Decker, Joshua, ‘Is the United States Bound by the Customary International Law of Torture? A Proposal for ATS Litigation in the War on Terror' (2006) 6(2) Chicago Journal of International Law 803-32 http://cjil.uchicago.edu/
    20. Duberstein, John, ‘Excluding Torture: A Comparison of the British and American Approaches to Evidence Obtained by Third Party Torture' (2006) 32(1) North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 159-94 http://www.law.unc.edu/journals/ncilj/default.aspx
    21. Edwards, Abra, ‘Cornejo-Barreto Revisited: The Availability of a Writ of Habeas Corpus to Provide Relief from Extradition under the Torture Convention' (2003) 43(3) Virginia Journal of International Law 889-910 http://www.vjil.org/
    22. Edwards, Alice, ‘The Feminising of Torture under International Human Rights Law' (2006) 19(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 349-91 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    23. Edwards, Alice, ‘The Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture and the Detention of Refugees' (2008) 57(4) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 789-826 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    24. Estrada, Oswaldo, ‘Human Dignity and the Convention against Torture: Has the Burden of Proof Become Heavier than Originally Intended?' (2005) 3 Regent Journal of International Law 87-114 http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/student_life/studentorgs/rjil/home.cfm
    25. Evans, Malcolm, ‘“All the Perfumes of Arabia”: The House of Lords and “Foreign Torture Evidence”' (2006) 19(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 1125-44 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    26. Evans, Malcolm, ‘Getting to Grips with Torture' (2002) 51(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 365-84 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    27. Fairall, Paul Ames, ‘Reflections on Necessity as a Justification for Torture' (2004) 11 James Cook University Law Review 21-35 http://www.jcu.edu.au/law/law_review/
    28. Feldhammer, Jon, ‘Medical Torture: End of Life Decision-Making in the United Kingdom and United States' (2006) 14(2) Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 511-56 http://www.cardozo.yu.edu/MemberContentDisplay.aspx?ccmd=ContentDisplay&ucmd=UserDisplay&userid=10644&contentid=2122
    29. Franklin, James, ‘Evidence Gained from Torture: Wishful Thinking, Checkability, and Extreme Circumstances' (2009) 17(2) Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 281-90 http://www.cardozo.yu.edu/MemberContentDisplay.aspx?ccmd=ContentDisplay&ucmd=UserDisplay&userid=10644&contentid=2122
    30. Fraser, Malcolm, ‘Torture Team: Human Rights, Lawyers, Interrogations and the “War on Terror” – A Response to Philippe Sands' (2008) 9(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 381-90 http://mjil.law.unimelb.edu.au/
    31. Gaeta, Paola, ‘When is the Involvement of State Officials a Requirement for the Crime of Torture?' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 183-93 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    32.  Garnett, Richard, ‘The Defense of State Immunity for Acts of Torture' (1997) 18 Australian Year Book of International Law 97-126 http://law.anu.edu.au/cipl/Publications/YearBook.htm
    33. George, James, ‘Defining Filartiga: Characterising International Torture Claims in United States Courts' (1984) 3(1) Dickinson Journal of International Law 1-42 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
    34. Grodin, Michael and Annas, George, ‘Physicians and Torture: Lessons from the Nazi Doctors' (2007) 89(867) International Review of the Red Cross 635-54 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    35. Hall, Christopher, ‘The Duty of States Parties to the Convention against Torture to Provide Procedures Permitting Victims to Recover Reparations for Torture Committed Abroad' (2007) 18(5) European Journal of International Law 921-37 http://www.ejil.org/
    36. Hamilton, Bernard, ‘New Court Offers New Torture Definition and New Hope for Victims' (1999) 5(2) UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 111-18 http://jilp.law.ucdavis.edu/
    37. Harel, Alon and Sharon, Assaf, ‘What is Really Wrong with Torture?' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 241-59 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    38. Henderson, Beth, ‘From Justice to Torture: The Dramatic Evolution of US-Sponsored Renditions' (2006) 20 Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 189-218 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
    39. Herrmann, Joachim, ‘Implementing the Prohibition of Torture on Three Levels: The United Nations, the Council of Europe, and Germany' (2008) 31(1) Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 437-60 http://www.uchastings.edu/hiclr/
    40. Hope, David, ‘Torture' (2004) 53(4) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 807-32 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    41. Horton, Scott, ‘Ethics, Lawyers, and the Torture Memoranda' (2005) 99 American Society of International Law Proceedings 301-6 http://www.asil.org/
    42. Hresko, Tracy, ‘In the Cellars of the Hollow Men: Use of Solitary Confinement in US Prisons and Its Implications under International Laws against Torture' (2006) 18(1) Pace International Law Review 1-28 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
    43. Jessberger, Florian, ‘Bad Torture – Good Torture? What International Criminal Lawyers May Learn from the Recent Trial of Police Officers in Germany' (2005) 3(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1059-73 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    44. Kaiser, G., ‘Detention in Europe and the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture' (1995) 3(1) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 2-17 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
    45. Kamminga, Menno, ‘First Conviction under the Universal Jurisdiction Provisions of the UN Convention Against Torture: Rotterdam District Court 7 April 2004' (2004) 51(3) Netherlands International Law Review 439-49 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NLR
    46. Kaplan, Fredy, ‘Combatting Political Torture in Latin America: An Analysis of the Organization of American States Inter-American Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture' (1989) 15(2) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 399-430 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
    47. Keller, Linda, ‘Is Truth Serum Torture?' (2005) 20(3) American University International Law Review 521-612 http://www.auilr.org/
    48. Kepner, Timothy, ‘Torture 101: The Case against the United States for Atrocities Committed by School of the Americas Alumni' (2001) 19(3) Dickinson Journal of International Law 475-530 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
    49. Kim, Jane, ‘Nonrefoulement under the Convention against Torture: How US Allowances for Diplomatic Assurances Contravene Treaty Obligations and Federal Law' (2007) 32(3) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 1227-62 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
    50. Kynes, Leland, ‘Letting the CAT out of the Bag: Providing a Civil Right of Action for Torture Committed by US Officials Abroad, an Obligation of the Convention against Torture' (2005) 34(1) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 187-220 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
    51. Lee, Kyu, ‘Protection of North Korea Defectors in China and the Convention against Torture' (2008) 6(1) Regent Journal of International Law 139-70 http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/student_life/studentorgs/rjil/home.cfm
    52. Leh, Christopher, ‘Remedying Foreign Repression through US Courts: Forti v Suarez-Mason and the Recognition of Torture, Summary Execution, Prolonged Arbitrary Detention and Causing Disappearance as Cognizable Claims under the Alien Tort Claims Act' (1988) 20(2) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 405-62 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    53. Liese, Andrea, ‘Exceptional Necessity - How Liberal Democracies Contest the Prohibition of Torture and Ill-Treatment When Countering Terrorism' (2009) 5(1) Journal of International Law and International Relations 17-48 http://www.jilir.org/
    54. Magee, Peder van W, ‘The United Nations Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment: The Bush Administration's Stance on Torture' (1992) 25(3) The George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics 807-40 http://www.gwilr.org/
    55. Marchesi, Antonio, ‘Implementing the UN Convention Definition of Torture in National Criminal Law (with Reference to the Special Case of Italy)' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 195-214 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    56. Margulis, Ohnuma, Zachary, ‘Saying What the Law Is: Judicial Review of Criminal Aliens' Claims under the Convention against Torture' (2001) 33(3) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 861-86 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    57. Marks, Susan, ‘Apologising for Torture' (2004) 73(3) Nordic Journal of International Law 365-86 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    58. Marks, Susan, ‘Torture and the Penal Colony' (2007) 20(3) Leiden Journal of International Law 535-44 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    59. Marshall, Jill, ‘Torture Committee by Non-State Actors: The Developing Jurisprudence from the Ad Hoc Tribunals' (2005) 5(2) Non-State Actors and International Law 171-82 http://journalseek.net/cgi-bin/journalseek/journalsearch.cgi?field=issn&query=1567-7125
    60. Martholm, Katarina, ‘The Implementation of the Anti-Torture Convention' (1998) 10 Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 133-82
    61. Mascia, Henry, ‘A Reconsideration of Haitian Claims for withholding of Removal under the Convention against Torture' (2007) 19(2) Pace International Law Review 287-320 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
    62. McCaffrey, Stephen, ‘A New Approach to Human Rights: The European Convention for the Prevention of Torture' (1989) 83(1) American Journal of International Law 128-71 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    63. McFarlane, Karen, ‘Torture as a Violation of the Law of Nations: Interpreting the Alien Tort Statute: Filartiga v Pena-Irala' (1981) 7(2) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 413-34 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
    64. McGlynn, Clare, ‘Rape, Torture and the European Convention on Human Rights' (2009) 58(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 565-96 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    65. McGregor, Lorna, ‘Torture and State Immunity: Deflecting Impunity, Distorting Sovereignty' (2007) 18(5) European Journal of International Law 903-19 http://www.ejil.org/
    66. Menon, Jaykumar, ‘Guantanamo Torture Litigation' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 323-45 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    67. Murdoch, Jim, ‘The Work of the Council of Europe’s Torture Committee' (1994) 5(2) European Journal of International Law 220-48 http://www.ejil.org/
    68. Murphy, Sean, ‘Application of Fifth Amendment to Overseas Torture of Alien' (2001) 95(3) American Journal of International Law 641-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    69. Murphy, Sean, ‘UN Reaction to US Torture Report' (2000) 94(2) American Journal of International Law 528 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    70. Murphy, Sean, ‘United States Submits Its First Report to UN Committee against Torture' (2000) 94(2) American Journal of International Law 357-61 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    71. Murphy, Sean, ‘US View on Pursuing a Torture Convention Protocol on Preventive Visits' (2002) 96(4) American Journal of International Law 970-1 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    72. Obied, Dina, ‘Supreme Court of Israel Forbids Torture During Interrogations' (2000) 6 New England Journal of International and Comparative Law 177 http://www.nesl.edu/students/ne_journal_icl.cfm
    73. O'Connor, Mike, ‘Can We Prevent Doctors Being Complicit in Torture? Breaking the Serpent's Egg' (2009) 17(3) Journal of Law and Medicine 426-38 http://www.thomsonreuters.com.au/catalogue/productdetails.asp?id=965
    74. O'Connor, Thomas, ‘Auguste v Ridge: Functional Inapplicability of the United States Convention against Torture in the United States' (2005) 14(1) Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 237-50 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
    75. Parry, John, ‘The Shape of Modern Torture: Extraordinary Rendition and Ghost Detainees' (2005) 6(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 516-33 http://mjil.law.unimelb.edu.au/
    76. Paust, Jordan, ‘Civil Liability of Bush, Cheney, et al, for Torture, Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading Treatment and Forced Disappearance' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 359-88 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    77. Pfanner, Toni, ‘Editorial [Public Perceptions, Advantages and Disadvantages of Torture]' (2007) 89(867) International Review of the Red Cross 501-4 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    78. Pirjola, Jari, ‘The Parliamentary Ombudsman of Finland as a National Preventive Mechanism under the Optional Protocol to the United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment' (2008) 77(1-2) Nordic Journal of International Law 163-74 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    79. Powell, Catharine, ‘Tinkering with Torture in the Aftermath of Hamdan: Testing the Relationship between Internationalism and Constitutionalism' (2008) 40(3) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 723-802 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    80. Pryor, Kathryn, ‘Does the Torture Victim Protection Act Signal the Imminent Demise of the Alien Tort Claims Act?' (1989) 29(4) Virginia Journal of International Law 969-1026 http://www.vjil.org/
    81. Reichelt, Jason, ‘The Republic of Georgia's Fight against Torture: A Model for Emerging Democracies' (2006) 18(2) Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 327-48
    82. Robertson, Cassandra, ‘Beyond the Torture Memos: Perceptual Filters, Cultural Commitments, and Partisan Identity' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 389-404 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    83. Rodley, Nigel, ‘The Prohibition of Torture: Absolute Means Absolute' (2006) 34(1) Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 145-60 http://law.du.edu/index.php/DJILP
    84. Rodley, Nigel, ‘Torture, Violence, and the Global War on Terror' (2005) 99 American Society of International Law Proceedings 402-6 http://www.asil.org/
    85. Rosemann, Nils, ‘The Privatization of Human Rights Violations - Business' Impunity or Corporate Responsibility - The Case of Human Rights Abuses and Torture in Iraq' (2005) 5(1) Non-State Actors and International Law 77-100 http://journalseek.net/cgi-bin/journalseek/journalsearch.cgi?field=issn&query=1567-7125
    86. Roth, Brad, ‘Just Short of Torture: Abusive Treatment and the Limits of International Criminal Justice' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 215-39 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    87. Rouillard, Louis-Philippe, ‘Misinterpreting the Prohibition of Torture under International Law: The Office of Legal Counsel Memorandum' (2005) 21(1) American University International Law Review 9-42 http://www.auilr.org/
    88. Rubel, Jordana, ‘A Missed Opportunity: The Ramifications of the Committee against Torture's Failure to Adequately Address Israel's Ill-Treatment of Palestinian Detainees' (2006) 20(2) Emory International Law Review 699-740 http://www.law.emory.edu/student-life/law-journals/emory-international-law-review.html
    89. Sands, Philippe, ‘Torture Team: The Responsibility of Lawyers for Abusive Interrogation' (2008) 9(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 365-80 http://mjil.law.unimelb.edu.au/
    90. Sands, Philippe, ‘Turtles and Torturers: The Transformation of International Law' (2001) 33(3) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 887-922 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    91. Schabas, William, ‘House of Lords Prohibits Use of Torture Evidence, but Fails to Condemn its Use by Police' (2007) 7(1) International Criminal Law Review 133-42 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
    92. Schabas, William, ‘The Crime of Torture and the International Criminal Tribunals' (2006) 37(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 349-64 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    93. Scharf, Michael, ‘International Law and the Torture Memos' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 321-58 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    94. Schechter, Rebecca, ‘Intentional Starvation as Torture: Exploring the Gray Area between Ill-Treatment and Torture' (2003) 18(5) American University International Law Review 1233-70 http://www.auilr.org/
    95. Scheppele, Kim, ‘Evidence from Torture: Dilemmas for International and Domestic Law' (2005) 99 American Society of International Law Proceedings 271-6 http://www.asil.org/
    96. Silva, Mario, ‘Extraordinary Rendition: A Challenge to Canadian and United States Legal Obligations under the Convention against Torture' (2009) 39(2) California Western International Law Journal 313-56 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
    97. Sivakumaran, Sandesh, ‘Torture in International Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law: The Actor and the Ad Hoc Tribunals' (2005) 18(3) Leiden Journal of International Law 541-56 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    98. Sohn, Louis, ‘Torture as a Violation of the Law of Nations' (1981) 11(2) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 307-10 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
    99. Solomon, Aaron, ‘The Politics of Prosecutions under the Convention against Torture' (2001) 2(1) Chicago Journal of International Law 309-14 http://cjil.uchicago.edu/
    100. Spencer, Stephanie, ‘A and Others v Secretary: The Use of Torture Evidence against Criminal Defendants' (2007) 21(1) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 205-30 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
    101. Stanley, Elizabeth, ‘Torture, Silence and Recognition' (2004) 16(1) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 5-25 http://sydney.edu.au/law/criminology/journal/index.shtml
    102. Tardu, Maxime, ‘The United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment' (1987) 56(4) Nordic Journal of International Law 303-21 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    103. Thienel, Tobias, ‘Foreign Acts of Torture and the Admissibility of Evidence: The Judgment of the House of Lords in A and Others v Secretary of State for the Home Department (No. 2)' (2006) 4(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 401-9 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    104. Thienel, Tobias, ‘The Admissibility of Evidence Obtained by Torture under International Law' (2006) 17(2) European Journal of International Law 349-67 http://www.ejil.org/
    105. Thomas, Katherine and Small, Joan, ‘Human Rights and State Immunity: Is there Immunity from Civil Liability for Torture?' (2003) 50(1) Netherlands International Law Review 1-30 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NLR
    106. Vedel Kessing, Peter, ‘New Optional Protocol to the UN Torture Convention' (2003) 72(4) Nordic Journal of International Law 571-92 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    107. Vesti, Peter and Espersen, Ole, ‘Trends in Ethics and Law concerning the Issue of Doctors Involvement in Torture after the Second World War' (1990) 59 Nordic Journal of International Law 275-86 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    108. Vinar, Marcelo, ‘Civilisation and Torture: Beyond the Medical and Psychiatric Approach' (2007) 89(867) International Review of the Red Cross 619-34 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    109. Waldron, Jeremy, ‘Torture and Positive Law: Jurisprudence for the White House' (2005) 105(6) Columbia Law Review 1681-1750 http://www.columbialawreview.org/
    110. Wallace, David, ‘Torture v the Basic Principles of the US Military' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 309-22 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    111. Weisburd, A Mark, ‘Customary International Law and Torture: The Case of India' (2001) 2(1) Chicago Journal of International Law 81-100 http://cjil.uchicago.edu/
    112. Weissbrodt, David and Bergquist, Amy, ‘Extraordinary Rendition and the Torture Convention' (2006) 46(4) Virginia Journal of International Law 585-650 http://www.vjil.org/
    113. Weissbrodt, David and Hortreiter, Isabel, ‘The Principle of Non-Refoulement: Article 3 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment in Comparison with the Non-Refoulement Provisions of Other International Human Rights Treaties' (1999) 5 Buffalo Human Rights Law Review 1-74 http://wings.buffalo.edu/law/BHRC/bhrlr.html
    114. Weissbrodt, David et al, ‘Prospects for US Ratification of the Convention against Torture: Remarks' (1989) 83 American Society of International Law Proceedings 529-43 http://www.asil.org/
    115. Weissbrodt, David, ‘International Factfinding in Regard to Torture' (1988) 57(2) Nordic Journal of International Law 151-96 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    116. Weissbrodt, David, Pekin, Ferhat and Wilson, Amelia ‘Piercing the Confidentiality Veil: Physician Testimony in International Criminal Trials against Perpetrators of Torture' (2006) 15(1) Minnesota Journal of International Law 43-110 http://www.minnjil.org/
    117. Williams, Stephanie, ‘Your Honor, I Am Here Today Requesting the Court's Permission to Torture Mr. Doe: The Legality of Torture as a Means to an End v The Illegality of Torture as a Violation of Jus Cogens Norms under Customary International Law' (2004) 12(2) University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review 301-60 http://www.law.miami.edu/studentorg/international_comparative_law_review/index.php
    118. Young, Jacqueline, ‘Torture and Inhumane Punishment of United States Citizens in Saudi Arabia and the United States Government's Failure to Act' (1993) 16(4) Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 663-88 http://www.uchastings.edu/hiclr/
    119. Zegveld, Liesbeth, ‘Dutch Cases on Torture Committed in Afghanistan: The Relevance of the Distinction between Internal and International Armed Conflict' (2006) 4(4) Journal of International Criminal Justice 878-80 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/

    7a. Treatment of Enemy Combatants and Terrorism Suspects

    1. Allen, Rodney, ‘Torture, Criminality and the War on Terror' (2005) 30(5) Alternative Law Journal 214-18 http://www.altlj.org/
    2. Branche, Raphaelle, ‘Torture of Terrorists? Use of Torture in a “War against Terrorism”: Justifications, Methods and Effects: The Case of France in Algeria, 1954-62' (2007) 89(867) International Review of the Red Cross 543-60 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    1. Crook, John, ‘ICRC Report Alleges Interrogation Techniques “Tantamount to Torture”' (2005) 99(1) American Journal of International Law 264 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    2. Crook, John, ‘Justice Department Issues New Memorandum on Torture' (2005) 99(2) American Journal of International Law 479-81 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    3. Crook, John, ‘Senior US Officials Acknowledge Waterboarding of Three Suspected Terrorists; Administration Defends Practice' (2008) 102(2) American Journal of International Law 359-61 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    4. Crook, John, ‘New Defense Department and Army Directives on Detainees and Interrogation Techniques' (2006) 100(4) American Journal of International Law 943-5 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    5. Crook, John, ‘New Executive Order Addresses Common Article 3 and Permitted Methods of Detainee Interrogation' (2007) 101(4) American Journal of International Law 866-9 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    6. Crook, John, ‘New US Legislation Excludes Alien Torturers, Extrajudicial Killers, and Abusers of Religious Freedom' (2005) 99(2) American Journal of International Law 502-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    7. Crook, John, ‘President Vetoes Legislation to Limit CIA Interrogation Methods; Superseded Justice Memorandum on Interrogation Techniques Fans Controversy' (2008) 102(3) American Journal of International Law 650-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    8. Crook, John, ‘Regulating Interrogations, Limiting Officials’ Individual Responsibility' (2007) 101(1) American Journal of International Law 192-5 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    9. Crook, John, ‘Secret Justice Department Memos Said to Sanction “Severe” Interrogation Tactics' (2008) 102(1) American Journal of International Law 177-9 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    10. Crook, John, ‘United States’ Periodic Report to the Committee against Torture' (2006) 100(3) American Journal of International Law 703-5 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    11. Crook, John, ‘US Report to Committee against Torture Expresses US Opposition to Torture' (2005) 99(3) American Journal of International Law 719 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    12. ‘Department of Defense Adopts New Directive on Interrogations of Detainees and Enemy Combatants' (2006) 100(1) American Journal of International Law 236-9 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    13. Miller, Nan, ‘International Protection of the Rights of Prisoners: Is Solitary Confinement in the United States a Violation of International Standards' (1995) 26(1) California Western International Law Journal 139-72 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/

    7b. Lockerbie Trial

    Books

    1. Grant, John, The Lockerbie Trial: A Documentary History (2004)

    Journal articles

    1. Andrews, David, ‘A Thorn on the Tulip - A Scottish Trial in the Netherlands: The Story behind the Lockerbie Trial' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 307-18 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    2. Andrews, David, ‘A Thorn on the Tulip - A Scottish Trial in the Netherlands: The Story behind the Lockerbie Trial' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 307-18 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    3. Arzt, Donna, ‘The "Lockerbie Trial - Families Project" Website: Victim Assistance Goes Online' (2001) 29(1) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 121-34 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    4. Aust, Anthony, ‘Lockerbie: The Other Case' (2000) 49(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 278-96 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    5. Aust, Anthony, ‘Lockerbie: The Other Case' (2000) 49(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 278-96 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    6. Bekker, Peter, ‘Questions of Interpretation and Application of the 1971 Montreal Convention Arising from the Aerial Incident at Lockerbie' (1998) 92(3) American Journal of International Law 503-8 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    7. Black, Robert, ‘Lockerbie: A Satisfactory Process but a Flawed Result' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 443-52 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    8. Black, Robert, ‘Lockerbie: A Satisfactory Process but a Flawed Result' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 443-52 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    9. Braveman, Dean, ‘International Terrorism, Victims' Rights and the Lockerbie Criminal Trial' (2001) 29(1) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 1-2 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    10.  Emerson, Steve, ‘The Lockerbie Terrorist Attack and Libya: A Retrospective Analysis' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 487-90 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    11. Coker, Dorothy, et al., ‘What Next for the Lockerbie Victim Families? Panel Discussion among Family Members' (2001) 29(1) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 64-82 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    12. Connelly, Clare, ‘The Lockerbie Trial: Justice and Victims' (2001) 29(1) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 44-9 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    13. Daum, Caryn, ‘The Great Compromise: Where to Convene the Trial of the Suspects Implicated in the Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland?' (1999) 23(1) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 131-56 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
    14. Davidson, Fraser, ‘Lockerbie and Scots Law' (2001) 14(1) Leiden Journal of International Law 171-97 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    15. Joyner, Christopher and Rothbaum, Wayne, ‘Libya and the Aerial Incident at Lockerbie: What Lessons for International Extradition Law?' (1993) 14(2) Michigan Journal of International Law 222-61 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
    16. Kamminga, Menno, ‘Comment: Trial of Lockerbie Suspects before a Scottish Court in the Netherlands' (1998) 45(3) Netherlands International Law Review 417-33 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NLR
    17. Knowles, Julian, ‘The Lockerbie Judgments: A Short Analysis' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 473-86 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    18. Lim, C L and Elias, O, ‘Sanctions without Law - The Lockerbie Case (Preliminary Objections)' (1999) 4 Austrian Review of International and European Law 204-29 http://intlaw.univie.ac.at/ariel/
    19. McGinley, Gerald, ‘The ICJ's Decision in the Lockerbie Cases' (1992) 22(3) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 577-608 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
    20. Moore, Larry, ‘Terrorist Airline Bombing and the Article 20(1) Defense under the Warsaw Convention: The Lockerbie Air Disaster Reconsidered' (1996) 25(1) Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 25-40 http://law.du.edu/index.php/DJILP
    21. Morgan, Caroline, ‘The Trial of the Lockerbie Suspects in the Netherlands' (1999) 7 African Yearbook of International Law 255-64 http://www.brill.nl/publications/african-yearbook-international-law-annuaire-africain-de-droit-international
    22. Murphy, Sean, ‘US-UK Proposal for Lockerbie Bombing Trial in the Netherlands' (1999) 93(1) American Journal of International Law 174-9 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    23. Murphy, Sean, ‘Verdict in the Trial of the Lockerbie Bombing Suspects' (2001) 95(2) American Journal of International Law 405-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    24. Perera, A Rohan, ‘Order of the International Court of Justice in the Lockerbie Dispute between Libya and the USA' (1992) 4 Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 175-80
    25. Timmeney, Barbara, ‘International - Extraterritorial Jurisdiction - The Lockerbie Tragedy: Will Western Clout or International Convention Win the Extradition War' (1993) 11(2) Dickinson Journal of International Law 477-84 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
    26. Tsairis, Aphrodite, ‘Lessons of Lockerbie' (1996) 22 Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 31-40 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    27. Turman, Kathryn, et al., ‘Lockerbie Symposium: First Panel' (2001) 29(1) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 5-28 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    28. White, Nigel, ‘Case Analysis: To Review or Not to Review? The Lockerbie Case before the World Court' (1999) 12(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 401-23 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL

    7c. War on Terror

    Books

    1. Davis, John (ed), The Global War on Terrorism: Assessing the American Response (2005)
    2. Diab, Robert, Guantanamo North: Terrorism and the Administration of Justice in Canada (2008)

    Journal articles

    1. Anderson, Kenneth, ‘The Role of the United States Military Lawyer in Projecting a Vision of the Laws of War' (2003) 4(2) Chicago Journal of International Law 445-64 http://cjil.uchicago.edu/
    2. ‘Further Development Involving the US Detention Facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba' (2006) 100(1) American Journal of International Law 239-41 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    3. Aldrich, George, ‘The Taliban, Al Qaeda and the Determination of Illegal Combatants' (2002) 96(4) American Journal of International Law 891-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    4. Ansah, Tawia, ‘War: Rhetoric and Norm-Creation in Response to Terror' (2003) 43(3) Virginia Journal of International Law 797-860 http://www.vjil.org/
    5. Araujo, Robert, ‘A Judicial Reponse to Terrorism: The Status of Military Commissions under Domestic and International Law' (2003) 11 Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 117-40 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
    6. Arnold, Roberta, ‘The Abu Ghraib Misdeeds: Will There Be Justice in the Name of the Geneva Conventions?' (2004) 2(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 999-1006 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    7. Ash, Robert, ‘Square Pegs and Round Holes: Al-Qaeda Detainees and Common Article 3' (2007) 17(2) Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 269-306 http://indylaw.indiana.edu/iiclr/
    8. Azubuike, Lawrence, ‘Status of Taliban and Al Qaeda Soldiers: Another Viewpoint' (2003) 19(1) Connecticut Journal of International Law 127-54 http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/1945
    9. Baunach, Phyllis, ‘The US-UK Supplementary Extradition Treaty: Justice for Terrorists or Terror for Justice' (1987) 2(2) Connecticut Journal of International Law 463-98 http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/1945
    10. Benjamin Jr, James, ‘In Pursuit of Justice: Prosecuting Terrorism Cases in the Federal Courts' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 267-72 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    11. Beres, Louis, ‘The United States and Nuclear Terrorism in a Changing World: Jurisprudential View' (1994) 12(2) Dickinson Journal of International Law 327-66 http://law.psu.edu/academics/journals/international_law_review
    12. Betti, Stefano, ‘A Member of Al Qaeda Shows Up at Your Border: Expulsion, Criminal Prosecution or Something Else?' (2009) 17(1) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 23-41 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
    13. Betti, Stefano, ‘The Duty to Bring Terrorists to Justice and Discretionary Prosecution' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1104-16 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    14. Bogar, Thomas, ‘Unlawful Combatant of Innocent Civilian? A Call to Change the Current Means for Determining Status of Prisoners in the Global War on Terror' (2009) 21(1) Florida Journal of International Law 29-92 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
    15. Borelli, Silvia, ‘Terrorism and Human Rights: Treatment of Terrorist Suspects and Limits on International Co-operation' (2003) 16(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 803-20 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    16. Bothe, Michael, ‘Security Council’s Targeted Sanctions against Presumed Terrorists: The Need to Comply with Human Rights Standards' (2008) 6(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 541-55 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    17. Brennan, Sebastian, ‘The Internationalisation of Terrorism: Winning the War, while Preserving Democratic Rights – A Balance Gone Wrong' (2004) 11 Australian International Law Journal 67-105 http://www.ila.org.au/publications_journal.htm
    18. Brower II, Charles, ‘The Lives of Animals, the Lives of Prisoners, and the Revelations of Abu Ghraib' (2004) 37(5) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1353-88 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    19. Carlton, Bree and McCulloch, Jude, ‘R v Benbrika and Ors (Ruling No. 20): The “War on Terror”, Human Rights and the Pre-emptive Punishment of Terror Suspects in High Security' (2008) 20(2) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 287-92 http://sydney.edu.au/law/criminology/journal/index.shtml
    20. Cassel, Douglass, ‘Defending Human Rights in the War against Terror' (2006) 4(2) Regent Journal of International Law 223-36 http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/student_life/studentorgs/rjil/home.cfm
    21. Chesterman, Simon, ‘Reforming the United Nations: Legitimacy, Effectiveness and Power after Iraq' (2006) 10 Singapore Year Book of International Law 59-86 http://law.nus.edu.sg/sybil/
    22. Ching, Karl, ‘The Use of Cluster Munitions in the War on Terrorism' (2007) 31(1) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 127-64 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
    23. Continuing Controversy regarding Secret US Rendition and Detention Practices' (2006) 100(1) American Journal of International Law 232-6 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    24. Crook, John, ‘Additional US Military Justice Proceedings against Service Members for Alleged Abuses in Iraq and Afghanistan' (2005) 99(2) American Journal of International Law 503-6 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    25. Crook, John, ‘Australian Detainee Pleads Guilty in First Guantanamo Conviction' (2007) 101(2) American Journal of International Law 486-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    26. Crook, John, ‘Military Justice Proceedings Involving Offences against Iraqi and Afghan Civilians' (2009) 103(2) American Journal of International Law 358-60 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    27. Crook, John, ‘Multiple Proceedings against US Service Members for Deaths of Iraqi Civilians' (2006) 100(4) American Journal of International Law 950-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    28. Crook, John, ‘Multiple UCMJ Proceedings Involving Offenses against Civilians in Iraq' (2007) 101(2) American Journal of International Law 494-6 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    29. Crook, John,‘Navy Investigating Intentional Killings of Civilians in Haditha’ 2006 100(3) American Journal of International Law 713-4.
    30. Crook, John, ‘New Legislation Expands Options to Enforce Terrorism Judgments against Foreign States; Iraq Exempted' (2008) 102(2) American Journal of International Law 350-2 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    31. Crook, John, ‘Other Developments Involving the Military Commissions Act and Guantanamo Bay Detentions' (2008) 102(2) American Journal of International Law 364-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    32. Crook, John, ‘President Confirms Secret Detentions, Transfers CIA Detainees to Guantanamo Bay' (2006) 100(4) American Journal of International Law 936-8 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    33. Crook, John, ‘President Obama Orders Closure of Guantanamo Detention Facilities; Obstacles Remain' (2009) 103(2) American Journal of International Law 325-31 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    34. Crook, John, ‘President Would Like to End Guantanamo Bay Detentions; Criticism and Debate Regarding US Operations There Continue' (2006) 100(3) American Journal of International Law 706-10 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    35. Crook, John, ‘President-Elect Calls for Closure of Guantanamo, but Incoming Administration’s Plans not Announced' (2009) 103(1) American Journal of International Law 154-5 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    36. Crook, John, ‘Proceedings Involving Possible Offences against Protected Persons in Iraq and Afghanistan' (2005) 99(1) American Journal of International Law 262-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    37. Crook, John, ‘Reported Removal of Prisoners from Iraq' (2005) 99(1) American Journal of International Law 265-6 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    38. Crook, John, ‘State Department Legal Advisers Finds Gap in Legal Regime for Detention of Transnational Terrorists' (2008) 102(2) American Journal of International Law 367-70 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    39. Crook, John, ‘Supreme Court Affirms Habeas Corpus for Guantanamo Detainees' (2008) 102(4) American Journal of International Law 863-6 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    40. Crook, John, ‘Supreme Court Finds Jurisdiction over US Citizens Detained by US Forces in Iraq, but Rejects Their Requests for Habeas Corpus Relief' (2008) 102(4) American Journal of International Law 866-8 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    41. Crook, John, ‘Supreme Court to Hear Disputes Involving Marcos Assets and Jurisdiction over US Citizens Held by US Forces in Iraq' (2008) 102(2) American Journal of International Law 346-7 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    42. Crook, John, ‘UCMJ Proceedings against US Personnel Accused of Offences against Civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq' (2007) 101(3) American Journal of International Law 663-4 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    43. Crook, John, ‘United States Assesses Options for Long-Term Detention of Suspected Terrorists' (2005) 99(2) American Journal of International Law 483-4 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    44. Crook, John, ‘Treatment of US Detainees at Crook, John, ‘United States Abandons Detention Based on Designation as Enemy Combatant but Maintains Right to Detain Persons Giving Substantial Support to Terrorism' (2009) 103(2) American Journal of International Law 351-3 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    45. Crook, John, ‘United States Confronts Issues Related to Detention of Thousands of Terrorism Suspects' (2005) 99(3) American Journal of International Law 707-9 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    46. Crook, John, ‘United States Holds Large Numbers of Detainees in Iraq, Afghanistan' (2008) 102(4) American Journal of International Law 879-80 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    47. Crook, John, ‘United States Supports Dismissal of US POW’s Billion-Dollar Default Judgment against Iraq; US Supreme Court Denies Certiorari' (2005) 99(3) American Journal of International Law 699-701 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    48. Davis, Morris, ‘Historical Perspective on Guantanamo Bay: The Arrival of the High Value Detainees' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 115-24 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    49. Dehn, John, ‘Why Article 5 Status Determinations are not “Required” at Guantanamo' (2008) 6(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 371-83 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    50. Denbeaux, Mark and Boyd-Nafstad, Christa, ‘The Attorney-Client Relationship in Guantanamo Bay' (2007) 30(3) Fordham International Law Journal 491-508 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
    51. Desai, Akash, ‘How We Should Think about the Constitutional Status of the Suspected Terrorist Detainees at Guantanamo Bay: Examining Theories That Interpret the Constitution's Scope' (2003) 36(5) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1579-1618 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    52. Dickinson, Laura, ‘Accountability of State and Non-State Actors for Human Rights Abuses in the War on Terror' (2004) 12(1) Tulsa Journal of Comparative and International Law 53-60 http://www.utulsa.edu/law/ilj/
    53. Dow, Mark, ‘What We Believe They Deserve: Guantanamo, 9/11, Haitians, Mariel Cubans, and National Security as Pretext for Unchecked Power' (2004) 12(1) Tulsa Journal of Comparative and International Law 61-76 http://www.utulsa.edu/law/ilj/
    54. Driscoll, Brendan, ‘The Guantanamo Protective Order' (2007) 30(3) Fordham International Law Journal 873-934 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
    55. Drumbl, Mark, ‘"Lesser Evils" in the War on Terrorism' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 335-48 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    56. Drumbl, Mark, ‘Beyond the Law: The Bush Administration’s Unlawful Responses in the “War” on Terror' (2008) 19(2) European Journal of International Law 443-5 http://www.ejil.org/
    57. Duffy, Helen, ‘Human Rights Litigation and the “War on Terror”' (2008) 90(871) International Review of the Red Cross 573-98 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    58. Englerth, Markus, ‘Quo Vadis Guantanamo? Reflections on the US Supreme Court’s Decision Boumediene Decision' (2008) 16(4) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 397-432 http://www.brill.nl/european-journal-crime-criminal-law-and-criminal-justice
    59. Falk, Barbara, ‘The Global War on Terror and the Detention Debate: The Applicability of Geneva Convention III' (2007) 3(1) Journal of International Law and International Relations 31-60 http://www.jilir.org/
    60. Fischer, Miles, ‘Applicability of the Geneva Conventions to Armed Conflict in the War on Terror' (2007) 30(3) Fordham International Law Journal 509-34 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
    61. Fletcher, George, ‘Black Hole in Guantanamo Bay' (2004) 2(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 121-132 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    62. Fletcher, George, ‘Citizenship and Personhood in the Jurisprudence of War: Hamdi, Padilla and the Detainees in Guantanamo Bay' (2004) 2(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 953-66 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    63. ‘Guantanamo Bay' (2005) 99(1) American Journal of International Law 261-2 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    64. ‘Guantanamo Bay Detainees, and Establishes Limit Judicial Review of Military Commissions' (2006) 100(2) American Journal of International Law 455-9 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    65. Hakimi, Monica, ‘International Standards for Detaining Terrorism Suspects: Moving beyond the Armed Conflict-Criminal Divide' (2008) 33(2) Yale Journal of International Law 369-416 http://www.yjil.org/
    66. Hakimi, Monica, ‘International Standards for Detaining Terrorism Suspects: Moving beyond the Armed Conflict-Criminal Divide' (2009) 40(3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 593 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    67. Head, Michael, ‘Retrospective Criminal Laws and Guantanamo Bay: Digging a Deeper 'Legal Black Hole'' (2004) 29(5) Alternative Law Journal 244-47 http://www.altlj.org/
    68. Jinks, Derek, ‘The Applicability of the Geneva Conventions to the Global War on Terrorism' (2005) 46(1) Virginia Journal of International Law 165-96 http://www.vjil.org/
    69. Kayne, Terry, ‘Prosecuting International Terrorists in United States Courts: Gaining the Jurisdictional Threshold' (1987) 12(2) Yale Journal of International Law 294-341 http://www.yjil.org/
    70. Kirkham, Matthew, ‘Hamdan v Rumsfeld: A Check on Executive Authority in the War on Terror' (2007) 15(2) Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 707-30 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
    71. Knoops, Geert-Jan, ‘The Proliferation of the Law of International Criminal Tribunals within Terrorism and Unlawful Combatancy Trials after Hamdan v Rumsfeld' (2007) 30(3) Fordham International Law Journal 599-641 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
    72. Krasker, Paige, ‘Crimes of the Past Revisted: Legal Aliens Deported for Past Crimes under the Retroactive Application of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act' (1998) 22(1) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 109-32 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
    73. Kretzmer, David, ‘Targeted Killing of Suspected Terrorists: Extra-Judicial Executions or Legitimate Means of Defence?' (2005) 16(2) European Journal of International Law 171-212 http://www.ejil.org/
    74. Kuber, Douglas, ‘A Sewing Lesson in Political Offence Determinations: Stitching-Up the International Terrorist's Loophole' (1987) 10(2) Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 499-524 http://www.uchastings.edu/hiclr/
    75. Larschan, Bradley, ‘Extradition, The Political Offense Exception and Terrorism: An Overview of the Three Principal Theories of Law' (1986) 4(2) Boston University International Law Journal 231-84 http://www.bu.edu/law/central/jd/organizations/journals/international/index.html
    76. Lehto, Marja, ‘War on Terror - Armed Conflict with Al-Qaida' (2009) 78(4) Nordic Journal of International Law 499-512 http://www.brill.nl/nordic-journal-international-law
    77. Lenzner, Jonathan, ‘From a Pakistani Stationhouse to the Federal Courthouse: A Confession's Uncertain Journey in the US-Led War on Terror' (2004) 12(1) Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 297-348 http://www.cardozo.yu.edu/MemberContentDisplay.aspx?ccmd=ContentDisplay&ucmd=UserDisplay&userid=10644&contentid=2122
    78. Liput, Andrew, ‘An Analysis of the AchilleLauro Affair: Towards an Effective and Legal Method of Bringing International Terrorists to Justice' (1985-86) 9(1) Fordham International Law Journal 328-72 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
    79. Little, Laura, ‘Transnational Guidance in Terrorism Cases' (2006) 38(1) The George Washington International Law Review 1-32 http://www.gwilr.org/
    80. Logan, Ryan, ‘The Detainee Treatment Act of 2005: Embodying US Values to Eliminate Detainee Abuse by Civilian Contractors and Bounty Hunters in Afghanistan and Iraq' (2006) 39(5) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1605-42 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    81. Maddox, Heather, ‘After the Dust Settles: Military Tribunal Justice for Terrorists after September 11, 2001' (2003) 28(2) North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 421-76 http://www.law.unc.edu/journals/ncilj/default.aspx
    82. Marks, Steven, ‘Branding the War on Terrorism: Is There New Paradigm of International Law?' (2006) 14(1) Michigan State Journal of International Law 71-120 http://www.journalofinternationallaw.org/
    83. May, Larry, ‘Magna Carta, the Interstices of Procedure, and Guantanamo' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 91-114 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    84. McCormack, Timothy, ‘David Hicks and the Charade of Guantanamo Bay' (2007) 8(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 273-81 http://mjil.law.unimelb.edu.au/
    85. McNeal, Gregory, ‘Organisational Culture, Professional Ethics and Guantanamo' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 125-50 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    86. Moeckli, Daniel, ‘The Selective War on Terror: Executive Detention of Foreign Nationals and the Principle of Non-Discrimination' (2006) 31(2) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 495-534 http://www.brooklaw.edu/intellectuallife/lawjournals/brooklynjournalofinternationallaw/generalinformation.aspx?
    87. Murphy, Sean, ‘Ability of Detainees in Cuba to Obtain Federal Habeas Corpus Review' (2002) 96(2) American Journal of International Law 481-2 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    88. Murphy, Sean, ‘Ability of Detainees in Cuba to Obtain Federal Habeas Corpus Review' (2004) 98(1) American Journal of International Law 188-90 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    89. Murphy, Sean, ‘US Abuse of Iraqi Detainees at Abu Ghraib Prison' (2004) 98(3) American Journal of International Law 591 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    90. Murphy, Sean, ‘US Circuit Rejection of Presidential Power to Declare US National “Enemy Combatant”' (2004) 98(1) American Journal of International Law 186-8 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    91. O'Connell, Mary, ‘The Legal Case against the Global War on Terror' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 349-58 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    92. O'Connell, Mary, ‘To Kill or Capture Suspects in the Global War on Terror' (2003) 35(2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 325-32 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    93. Patel, Sunita, ‘Superior Orders and Detainee Abuse in Iraq' (2007-08) 4 New Zealand Yearbook of International Law 91-130 http://www.laws.canterbury.ac.nz/intlaw/ilgintro.shtml
    94. Paust, Jordan, ‘Legal Responses to Terrorism: Security, Prosecution, and Rights' (2003) 97 American Society of International Law Proceedings 13-28 http://www.asil.org/
    95. Ross, James, ‘Black Letter Abuse: The US Legal Response to Terrorism since 9/11' (2007) 89(867) International Review of the Red Cross 561-90 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    96. Rostow, Nicholas, ‘Before and after: The Changed UN Response to Terrorism Since September 11th' (2002) 35(3) Cornell International Law Journal 475-90 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
    97. Sassoli, Marco, ‘Terrorism and War' (2006) 4(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 959-81 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    98. Scharf, Michael and Miller, Amy, ‘Foreword: Terrorism on Trial' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 287-98 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    99. Scharf, Michael and Vohra, Sonia, ‘Foreword: After Guantanamo' (2009) 42(1/2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 1-10 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    100. Scharf, Michael, ‘Defining Terrorism as the Peacetime Equivalent of War Crimes: Problems and Prospects' (2004) 36(2/3) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 359-74 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    101. Ulrich, Jonathan, ‘The Gloves Were Never On: Defining the President's Authority to Order Targeted Killing in the War against Terrorism' (2005) 45(4) Virginia Journal of International Law 1029-64 http://www.vjil.org/
    102. United States Supports New Protocols Directed against Use of Ships in Terrorism and Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction' (2006) 100(1) American Journal of International Law 224-5 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    103. Urbelis, Alexander, ‘Rethinking Extraterritorial Prosecution in the War on Terror: Examining the Unintentional Yet Foreseeable Consequences of Extraterritorially Criminalising the Provision of Material Support to Terrorists and Foreign Terrorist Organisations' (2007) 22(2) Connecticut Journal of International Law 313-34 http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/1945
    104. Vagts, Detlev, ‘Which Courts Should Try Persons Accused of Terrorism?' (2003) 14(2) European Journal of International Law 313-26 http://www.ejil.org/
    105. Weissbrodt, David and Bergquist, Amy, ‘Methods of the War on Terror' (2007) 16(2) Minnesota Journal of International Law 371-86 http://www.minnjil.org/

    8. War Crimes

    Reports

    1. Attorney-General's Department (Australia), Report of the Investigations of War Criminals in Australia (1994)
    2. Cava, Mario, ICTR Judgment Summaries: Semanza, War Crimes Research Office (Washington College of Law)(2003) <http://www.wcl.american.edu/warcrimes/semanza.cfm>
    3. Iliopoulis, Katherine, Lubanga Denies War Crimes in First ICC Trial, Crimes of War Projects(2009) <http://www.crimesofwar.org/onnews/news-icc5.html>
    4. Rosenbaum, Alan, Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals (1993)

    Books

    1. Ball, Howard, Prosecuting War crimes and Genocide (1999)
    2. Ball, Howard, War crimes and Justice: A Reference Handbook (2002)
    3. Bass, Gary, Stay the Hand of Vengeance: The Politics of War Crimes Tribunals, with a New Afterword from the Author (2002)
    4. Beigbeder, Yves, Judging War Crimes and Torture: French Justice and International Criminal Tribunals and Commissions (1940-2005) (2006)
    5. Beigbeder, Yves, Judging War Criminals: The Politics of International Justice
    6. Bosch, William, Judgment on Nuremberg: American Attitudes toward the Major German War-Crime Trials (1970)
    7. Buscher, Frank, The US War Crimes Trial Program in Germany, 1946-1955 (1989)
    8. Dinstein, Yoram and Tabory, Mala (eds), War Crimes in International Law (1996)
    9. Falk, Richard, Kolko, Gabriel and Lifton, Robert (eds), Crimes of War: A Legal, Political-Documentary, and Psychological Inquiry into the Responsibility of Leaders, Citizens, and Soldiers for Criminal Acts in Wars (1971)
    10. Heberer, Patricia and Matthaus, Jurgen (eds), Atrocities on Trial: Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Prosecuting War crimes (2008)
    11. Hebert, Valerie, Hitler's Generals on Trial: The Last War crimes Tribunal at Nuremberg (2010)
    12. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Advisory Report: International War crimes Tribunal Bill 1994 and International War crimes Tribunal (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1994 (1994)
    13. Ivanisevic, Bogdan, Against the Current - War crimes Prosecutions in Serbia (2007)
    14. Ivanisevic, Bogdan, The War crimes Chamber in Bosnia and Herzegovina: From Hybrid to Domestic Court (2008) <http://www.ictj.org/images/content/1/0/1088.pdf >
    15. Knoll, Erwin and McFadden, Judith (eds), War crimes and the American Conscience (1970)
    16. La Haye, Eve, War crimes in Internal Armed Conflicts (2008)
    17. Lampell, Zachery, Handbook on Establishing an International War crimes Tribunal (2007)
    18. Lord Russell of Liverpool, The Knights of Bushido: A Short History of Japanese War crimes (1958)
    19. Lord Russell of Liverpool, The Knights of Bushido: A Short History of Japanese War crimes (1958)
    20. Lord Russell of Liverpool, The Scourge of the Swastika: A Short History of Nazi War crimes (1954)
    21. Maxwell, David, War crimes Trials [The Peleus Trial; The Belsen Trial; The Gozawa Trial] (1948)
    22. May, Larry, War crimes and Just War (2007)
    23. McCormack, Timothy and Simpson, Gerry (eds), The Law of War crimes: National and International Approaches (1997)
    24. Meron, Theodor, War crimes Law Comes of Age: Essays (1998)
    25. Minear, Richard, Victors' Justice: The Tokyo War crimes Trial (1971)
    26. Moghalu, Kingsley, Global Justice: The Politics of War crimes Trials (2006)
    27. Oppenheim, J and van den Wolf, W, Global War crimes Tribunal Collection (1997-2008)
    28. Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), War crimes Trials before National Courts of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Progress and Obstacles (2005)
    29. Rikhof, Joseph, 'Fewer Places to Hide? The Impact of Domestic War crimes Prosecutions on International Impunity' (Paper presented at the 22nd International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, 11-15 July, 2008)  <http://www.isrcl.org/Papers/2008/Rikhof.pdf >
    30. Schabas, William, War crimes and Human Rights: Essays on the Death Penalty, Justice and Accountability (2008)
    31. Scharf, Michael, Balkan Justice: The Story behind the First International War crimes Trial since Nuremberg (1997)
    32. Simpson, Gerry, War crimes Law (2004)
    33. UN Economic and Social Council, Question of the Punishment of War Criminals and of Persons Who Have Committed Crimes against Humanity: Preliminary Draft Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitation to War crimes and Crimes against Humanity, Submitted by the Secretary-General (1966)
    34. von Lingen, Kerstin, Kesselring's Last Battle: War crimes Trials and Cold War Politics, 1945-1960 (2009)

    Journal articles

    1. ‘Assessing the Work of the United Nations War Crimes Tribunals [Transcript]' (1997) 33(1) Stanford Journal of International Law 1-8 http://www.stanford.edu/group/sjil/
    2. ‘The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights - War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity' (1998-99) 10 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 163-212 http://www.brill.nl/publications/palestine-yearbook-international-law
    3. Albrecht, A R, ‘War Reprisals in the War Crimes Trials and the Geneva Conventions of 1949' (1953) 47(4) American Journal of International Law 590-614 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    4. Ashkin, Kelly, ‘Commentary: The International War Crimes Trial of Anto Furundzija: Major Progress toward Ending the Cycle of Impunity for Rape Crimes' (1999) 12(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 935-55 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    5. Bakken, Tim, ‘The Prosecution of War Crimes: Military Commissions and the Procedural and Substantive Protections beyond International Law' (2007) 30(3) Fordham International Law Journal 553-76 http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.htm
    6.  Bassiouni, M Cherif, et al., ‘Conference Convocation' (1998) 13(6) American University International Law Review 1383-412 http://www.auilr.org/
    7. Baxter, Richard, ‘The Municipal and International Law Basis of Jurisdiction over War Crimes' (1951) 28 British Year Book of International Law 382-393 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
    8. Bonomy, Iain, ‘The Reality of Conducting a War Crimes Trial' (2007) 5(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 348-59 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    9. Brand, G, ‘The War Crimes Trials and the Law of War' (1949) 26 British Year Book of International Law 414-27 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
    10. Brezniak, Daniel, ‘War Criminals and Plane Bombers: Questions for Our Criminal Justice System' (1989) 27(2) Law Society Journal (Sydney: 1982) 52-7 http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/11354443
    11. Cassese, Antonio, ‘The Italian Court of Cassation Misapprehends the Notion of War Crimes: The Lozano Case' (2008) 6(5) Journal of International Criminal Justice 1077-89 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    12. Copelin, Brad, ‘Defending the Indefensible: The Defence of Superior Orders for War Crimes' (2009) 6(1) Australian Army Journal 37-56 http://www.army.gov.au/lwsc/Australian_Army_Journal.asp
    13. Cowles, Willard, ‘High Government Officials As War Criminals' (1945) 39 American Society of International Law Proceedings 54-67 http://www.asil.org/
    14. Cowles, Willard, ‘Trials of War Criminals (Non-Nuremberg)' (1948) 42(2) American Journal of International Law 299-319 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    15. Delmas-Marty, Mireille, ‘The Paradigm of the War on Crime: Legitimating Inhuman Treatment?' (2007) 5(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 584-98 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    16. Dickinson, Laura et al, ‘Accountability for War Crimes: What Roles for National, International, and Hybrid Tribunals' (2004) 98 American Society of International Law Proceedings 181-96 http://www.asil.org/
    17. Domke, Martin, ‘The War Claims Act of 1962' (1963) 57(2) American Journal of International Law 354-72 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    18. Doria, Jose, ‘Angola: A Case Study in the Challenges of Achieving Peace and the Question of Amnesty or Prosecution of War Crimes in Mixed Armed Conflicts' (2002) 5 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 3-60 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
    19. Dormann, Knut, ‘War Crimes under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, with a Special Focus on the Negotiations on the Elements of Crimes' (2003) 7 Max Planck Yearbook of UN Law 341-408 http://www.mpil.de/ww/en/pub/research/details/publications/institute/mpyunl.cfm
    20. Downey Jr, William, ‘Revision of the Rules of Warfare' (1949) 43 American Society of International Law Proceedings 102-8 http://www.asil.org/
    21. Dumbauld, Edward et al, ‘Discussion [War Criminals]' (1945) 39 American Society of International Law Proceedings 68-76 http://www.asil.org/
    22. Dunworth, Treasa, ‘From Rhetoric to Reality: Prosecuting War Criminals in New Zealand - The Ya'Alon Case' (2007-08) 4 New Zealand Yearbook of International Law 205-28 http://www.laws.canterbury.ac.nz/intlaw/ilgintro.shtml
    23. Eaton, Shana, ‘Sierra Leone: The Proving Ground for Prosecuting Rape as a War Crime' (2004) 35(4) Georgetown Journal of International Law 873-920 http://gjil.org/
    24. Eltringham, Nigel, ‘"A War Crimes Community?": The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Beyond Jurisprudence' (2008) 14 New England Journal of International and Comparative Law 309  http://www.nesl.edu/students/ne_journal_icl.cfm
    25. Fraudberg, David, ‘Building the Historic Record: Reporting on War Crimes and International Trials' (2003) 35(2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 333-8 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    26. Freeman, Alwyn, ‘War Crimes by Enemy Nations Administering Justice in Occupied Territory' (1947) 41(3) American Journal of International Law 579-610 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    27. Frulli, Micaela, ‘A Turning Point in International Efforts to Apprehend War Criminals: The UN Mandates Taylor’s Arrest in Liberia' (2006) 4(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 351-61 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    28. Garms, Ulrich and Peschke, Katharina, ‘War Crimes Prosecution in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-2002): An Analysis through the Jurisprudence of the Human Rights Chamber' (2006) 4(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 258-82 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    29. Gattini, Andrea, ‘War Crimes and State Immunity in the Ferrini Decision' (2005) 3(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 224-42 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    30. Gelfand, David, ‘Nazi War Criminals in the United States: It's Never Too Late for Justice' (1986) 19(4) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 855-92 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    31. Goldstone, Richard, ‘The Role of International Criminal Law in the Prosecution of War Crimes' (2002) 16(2) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 371-8 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
    32. Graditzky, Thomas, ‘War Crime Issues before the Rome Diplomatic Conference on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court' (1999) 5(2) UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 199-218 http://jilp.law.ucdavis.edu/
    33. Green, L C, ‘Canadian Law, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity' (1988) 59 British Year Book of International Law 217-36 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
    34. Green, L C, ‘Political Offences, War Crimes and Extradition' (1962) 11(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 329-54 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    35. Grossman, Claudio and Neier, Aryeh, ‘[War Crimes Trials: The Record and the Prospects:] Conference Adjournment' (1998) 13(6) American University International Law Review 1579-84 http://www.auilr.org/
    36. Harhoff, Frederik, ‘Consonance or Rivalry? Calibrating the Efforts to Prosecute War Crimes in National and International Tribunals' (1997) 7(2) Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law 571-96 http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/djcil/
    37. Harris, Jeff, ‘Declassifying the United Nations War Crimes Commission Files: A Small Step toward Justice' (1989) 3(2) Emory Journal of International Dispute Resolution 187-204 http://www.law.emory.edu/student-life/law-journals/emory-international-law-review/about/subscriptions.html
    38. Hildreth, Brian, ‘Hunting the Hunters: The United Nations Unleashes Its Latest Weapon in the Fight against Fugitive War Crime Suspects--Rule 61' (1998) 6 Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 499-524 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
    39. Hodzik, Refik, ‘Living the Legacy of Mass Atrocities: Victims’ Perspectives on War Crimes Trials' (2010) 8(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 113-136 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    40. Hussain, Varda, ‘Sustaining Judicial Rescues: The Role of Outreach and Capacity-Building Efforts in War Crimes Tribunals' (2005) 45(2) Virginia Journal of International Law 547-84 http://www.vjil.org/
    41. Hyde, Charles, ‘Punishment of War Criminals' (1943) 37 American Society of International Law Proceedings 39-45 http://www.asil.org/
    42. International Criminal Court: Settlements Constitute a War Crime' (1998-99) 10 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 95-100 http://www.brill.nl/publications/palestine-yearbook-international-law
    43. Jackson, Robert, ‘The United Nations Organization and War Crimes' (1952) 46 American Society of International Law Proceedings 196-203 http://www.asil.org/
    44. Josipovic, Ivo, ‘Responsibility for War Crimes before National Courts in Croatia' (2006) 88(861) International Review of the Red Cross 145-68 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    45. Klarevas, Louis, ‘The Surrender of Alleged War Criminals to International Tribunals: Examining the Constitutionality of Extradition via Congressional-Executive Agreement' (2003) 8(1) UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 77-126 http://orgs.law.ucla.edu/jilfa/Pages/Default.aspx
    46. Kooijmans, Peter, ‘The Judging of War Criminals: Individual Responsibility and Jurisdiction' (1995) 8(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 443-7 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    47. Kress, Claus, ‘The 1999 Crisis in East Timor and the Threshold of the Law on War Crimes' (2002) 13(4) Criminal Law Forum 409-70 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
    48. Kress, Claus, ‘War Crimes in Non-International Armed Conflict and the Emerging System of International Criminal Justice' (2000) 30 Israel Yearbook of Human Rights http://www.brill.nl/publications/israel-yearbook-human-rights
    49. Lauterpacht, H, ‘The Law of Nations and the Punishment of War Crimes' (1944) 21 British Year Book of International Law 58-95 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
    50. Linn, Alexander, ‘The Just War Doctrine and State Liability for Paramilitary War Crimes' (2006) 34(3) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 619-56 http://law.uga.edu/georgia-journal-international-comparative-law
    51. Lippman, Matthew, ‘War Crimes Trials of German Industrialists: The Other Schindlers' (1995) 9(2) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 173-268 http://www.temple.edu/law/ticlj/
    52. Lippman, Matthew, ‘War Crimes: American Prosecutions of Nazi Military Officers' (1995) 6 Touro International Law Review 261-376 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
    53. Lundberg, Michael, ‘The Plunder of Natural Resources during War: A War Crime (?)' (2008) 39(3) Georgetown Journal of International Law 495-526 http://gjil.org/
    54. MacGregor, David, ‘Bringing War Criminals to Justice in Australia: Upholding International Criminal Law and the Principle of Non-refoulement' (2007) 32(3) Alternative Law Journal 154-59 http://www.altlj.org/
    55. Markel, Asa, ‘The Future of State Secrets in War Crimes Prosecutions' (2007) 16(2) Michigan State Journal of International Law 411-38 http://www.journalofinternationallaw.org/
    56. Martin, David, ‘Reluctance to Prosecute War Crimes: Of Causes and Cures' (1994) 34(2) Virginia Journal of International Law 255-66 http://www.vjil.org/
    57. Matheson, Michael, ‘The Amendment of the War Crimes Act' (2007) 101(1) American Journal of International Law 48-55 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    58. Mayfield, Julie, ‘The Prosecution of War Crimes and Respect for Human Rights: Ethiopia's Balancing Act' (1995) 9(2) Emory International Law Review 553-94 http://www.law.emory.edu/student-life/law-journals/emory-international-law-review.html
    59. McGregor, Peter, ‘“Telling My Lais” War Crimes and Reconciliation' (1998) 7(3) Human Rights Defender 4 http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/HRD/
    60. Meron, Theodor, ‘Reflections on the Prosecutor of War Crimes by International Tribunals' (2006) 100(3) American Journal of International Law 551-79 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    61. Momtaz, Djamchid, ‘War Crimes in Non-International Armed Conflicts under the Statute of the International Criminal Court' (1999) 2 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 177-92 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
    62. Monasebian, Simone, ‘Media Matters: Reflections of a Former War Crimes Prosecutor Covering the Iraqi Tribunal' (2006-07) 39 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 305-24 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    63. Moore, John, ‘War Crimes and the Rule of Law in the Gulf Crisis' (1991) 31(3) Virginia Journal of International Law 403-16 http://www.vjil.org/
    64. Morgenstern, Felice, ‘Asylum for War Criminals, Quislings and Traitors' (1948) 25 British Year Book of International Law 382-6 http://bybil.oxfordjournals.org/
    65. Nash Leich, Marian, ‘War Criminals' (1990) 84(2) American Journal of International Law 536-8 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    66. Nice, Geoffrey and Vallieres-Roland, Philippe, ‘Procedural Innovations in War Crimes Trials' (2004) 3(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 354-80 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    67. Oberg, Marko, ‘The Absorption of Grave Breaches into War Crimes Law' (2009) 91(873) International Review of the Red Cross 163-84 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    68. Paust, Jordan and Blaustein, Albert, ‘War Crimes Jurisdiction and Due Process: The Bangladesh Experience' (1978) 11(1) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1-38 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    69. Paust, Jordan, ‘The Preparatory Committee’s “Definition of Crimes” – War Crimes' (1997) 8(1) Criminal Law Forum 431-44 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
    70. Peterson, Ines, ‘The Natural Environment in Times of Armed Conflict: A Concern for International War Crimes Law?' (2009) 22(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 325-43 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    71. Pickard, Daniel, ‘When Does Crime Become a Threat to International Peace and Security?' (1998) 12(1) Florida Journal of International Law 1-22 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
    72. Piotrowicz, Ryszard, ‘Happy Anniversary! Or Is It?: 60 Years of the Geneva Conventions, 60 Years of War Crimes' (2009) 83(12) Australian Law Journal 798-800 http://www.thomsonreuters.com.au/catalogue/productdetails.asp?id=694
    73. Pittman, Thomas and Heapy, Matthew, ‘Does the United States Really Prosecute Its Service Members for War Crimes? Implications for Complementarity before the International Criminal Court' (2008) 21(1) Leiden Journal of International Law 165-83 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    74. Prinz, Barrett, ‘The Treaty of Versailles to Rwanda: How the International Community Deals with War Crimes' (1998) 6 Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 553-82 http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsjournals/tjicl/index.aspx
    75. Pritchard, John, ‘The Gift of Clemency following British War Crimes Trials in the Far East, 1946-48' (1996) 7(1) Criminal Law Forum 15-50 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
    76. Rana, Rajat, ‘Right to Defense Counsel in the War Crime Tribunals: Current Developments' (2006) 18(2) Sri Lanka Journal of International Law 349-68
    77. Ratner, Steven, ‘Belgium’s War Crimes Statute: A Postmortem' (2003) 97(4) American Journal of International Law 888-97 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    78. Rikhof, Joseph, ‘Fewer Places to Hide? The Impact of Domestic War Crimes Prosecutions on International Impunity' (2009) 20(1) Criminal Law Forum 1-51 http://www.springer.com/law/criminal/journal/10609
    79. Robinson, Darryl and von Hebel, Hermann, ‘War Crimes in Internal Conflicts: Article 8 of the ICC Statute' (1999) 2 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 193-209 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
    80. Rogers, A, ‘War Crimes Trials under the Royal Warrant: British Practice 1945-1949' (1990) 39(4) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 780-800 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ILQ
    81. Rossi, Christopher, ‘Qui Tolis Peccata Mundi: Introduction to the War Crimes Symposium' (2008) 17(1) Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 1-8 http://www.uiowa.edu/~tlcp/
    82. Rowe, Peter, ‘Duress as a Defence to War Crimes after Erdemović: A Laboratory for a Permanent Court?' (1998) 1 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 210-28 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
    83. Sadleir, Richard, ‘War Crimes: Keeping Killing Kind' (1995) 17(4) National Outlook 4-6 http://nationaloutlook.com.au/
    84. Scalia, Damien, ‘A Few Thoughts on Guarantees Inherent to the Rule of Law as applied to Sanctions and the Prosecution and Punishment of War Crimes' (2008) 90(870) International Review of the Red Cross 343-58 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    85. Scharf, Michael, ‘Chaos in the Courtroom: Controlling Disruptive Defendants and Contumacious Counsel in War Crimes Trials' (2006-07) 39 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 155-70 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    86. Scheffer, David, ‘Arresting War Criminals: Mission Creep or Mission Impossible?' (2003) 35(2) Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 319-24 http://www.case.edu/orgs/jil/
    87. Scheffer, David, ‘War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity' (1999) 11(2) Pace International Law Review 319-40 http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pilr/
    88. Simonovic, Ivan, ‘Attitudes and Types of Reaction toward Past War Crimes and Human Rights Abuses' (2004) 29(2) Yale Journal of International Law 343-62 http://www.yjil.org/
    89. Simonovic, Ivan, ‘Dealing with the Legacy of Past War Crimes and Human Rights Abuses: Experiences and Trends' (2004) 2(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 701-10 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    90. Sluiter, Goran, ‘The Law of International Criminal Procedure and Domestic War Crimes Trials' (2006) 6(4) International Criminal Law Review 605-36 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
    91. Solis, Gary, ‘Military Justice, Civilian Clemency: The Sentences of Marine Corps War Crimes in South Vietnam' (2002) 10(1) Transnational Law and http://www.uiowa.edu/~tlcp/
    92. Sterio, Milena, ‘Seeking the Best Forum to Prosecute International War Crimes: Proposed Paradigms and Solutions' (2006) 18(3) Florida Journal of International Law 887-906 http://www.law.ufl.edu/students/organizations/fjil/
    93. Stevens, Sharon, ‘Internet War Crimes Tribunals and Security in an Interconnected World' (2009) 18(3) Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 657-720 http://www.uiowa.edu/~tlcp/
    94. Surdukowski, Jay, ‘Is Poetry a War Crime? Reckoning for Radovan Karadzic the Poet-Warrior' (2005) 26(2) Michigan Journal of International Law 673-700 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
    95. Tabak, Shana, ‘Article 124, War Crimes, and the Development of the Rome Statute' (2009) 40(3) Georgetown Journal of International Law 1069-100 http://gjil.org/
    96. Wald, Patricia, ‘Judging War Crimes' (2000) 1(1) Chicago Journal of International Law 189-96 http://cjil.uchicago.edu/
    97. Wright, Quincy, ‘Retribution for War Crimes' (1943) 37(1) American Journal of International Law 81-103 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    98. Wright, Quincy, ‘War Criminals' (1945) 39(2) American Journal of International Law 257-85 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    99. Wright, Tim, ‘In Search of Justice: Why Australians Should Be Prosecuted for War Crimes Committed in Iraq' (2009) 34(3) Alternative Law Journal 193-96 http://www.altlj.org/

    8a. Doctrine of Command Responsibility and Defence of Superior Orders

    Books

    1. Dinstein, Yoram, The Defence of "Obedience to Superior Orders" in International Law (1965)

    Reports

    1. Levine, Eugenia, Command Responsibility, Global Policy Forum(2005) <http://globalpolicy.org/component/content/article/163/28306.html>

    Journal articles

    1. Brooker, John, ‘Ford v Garcia: A Puzzling Fusion of the Command Responsibility Doctrine with the Torture Victim Protection Act' (2003) 28(3) North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 701-24 http://www.law.unc.edu/journals/ncilj/default.aspx
    1. Denson, William, ‘The Obli[g]ation to Disobey Superior Orders under International Law' (2001) 9 Touro International Law Review 177-82 http://www.tourolaw.edu/ilr/
    1. Green, L C, ‘Superior Orders and Command responsibility' (1989) 27 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 167-202 http://www.ubcpress.ca/books/series_cyil.html
    2. Green, L C, ‘Superior Orders and the Reasonable Man' (1970) 8 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 61-103 http://www.ubcpress.ca/books/series_cyil.html
    3. Gulam, Hyder, ‘Command Responsibility: International and Australian Perspectives' (2004) 28(5) Criminal Law Journal 287-306 http://sites.thomsonreuters.com.au/journals/category/criminal-law-journal/
    4. Jia, Bing Bing, ‘The Doctrine of Command Responsibility in International Law with Emphasis on Liability for Failure to Punish' (1998) 45(3) Netherlands International Law Review 325-47 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=NLR
    5. Jia, Bing Bing, ‘The Doctrine of Command Responsibility Revisited' (2004) 3(1) Chinese Journal of International Law 1-42 http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/
    6. Jia, Bing Bing, ‘The Doctrine of Command Responsibility: Current Problems' (2000) 3 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 131-65 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=YHL
    7. Johnson, D, ‘The Defence of Superior Orders' (1980) 9 Australian Year Book of International Law 291-314 http://law.anu.edu.au/cipl/Publications/YearBook.htm
    8. Langston, Emily, ‘The Superior Responsibility Doctrine in International Law: Historical Continuities, Innovation and Criminality: Can East Timor’s Special Panels Bring Militia Leaders to Justice?' (2004) 4(2) International Criminal Law Review 141-84 http://www.brill.nl/international-criminal-law-review-0
    9. Lippman, Matthew, ‘The Evolution and Scope of Command Responsibility' (2000) 13(1) Leiden Journal of International Law 139-70 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LJL
    10. Martinez, Jenny, ‘Understanding Mens Rea in Command Responsibility: From Yamashita to Blaskic and Beyond' (2007) 5(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 638-64 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    11. Meloni, Chantal, ‘Command Responsibility: Mode of Liability for the Commands of Subordinates or Separate Offence of the Superior?' (2007) 5(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 619-37 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    12. Mitchell, Andrew D., ‘Failure to Halt, Prevent or Punish: The Doctrine of Command Responsibility for War Crimes' (2000) 22(3) Sydney Law Review 381-410 http://sydney.edu.au/law/slr/
    13. Mitchell, Andrew, ‘Failure to Halt, Prevent or Punish: The Doctrine of Command Responsibility for War Crimes' (2000) 22(3) Sydney Law Review 381-410 http://sydney.edu.au/law/slr/
    14. Murphy, Sean, ‘Doctrine of Command Responsibility in US Human Rights Cases' (2002) 96(3) American Journal of International Law 719-24 http://www.asil.org/ajil.cfm
    15. Nerlich, Volker, ‘Superior Responsibility under Article 28 ICC Statute: For What Exactly is the Superior Held Responsible?' (2007) 5(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 665-82 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    16. Olanoff, Jared, ‘Holding a Head of State Liable for War Crimes: Command Responsibility and the Milosevic Trial' (2003-04) 27(2) Suffolk Transnational Law Review 327-56 http://www.law.suffolk.edu/highlights/stuorgs/transnat/homepage.html
    17. O'Reilly, Arthur, ‘Command Responsibility: A Call to Realign Doctrine with Principles' (2004) 20(1) American University International Law Review 71-108 http://www.auilr.org/
    18. Sepinwall, Amy, ‘Failures to Punish: Command Responsibility in Domestic and International Law' (2009) 30(2) Michigan Journal of International Law 251-304 http://students.law.umich.edu/mjil/
    19. Shany, Yuval and Michaeli, Karen, ‘The Case against Ariel Sharon: Revisiting the Doctrine of Command Responsibility' (2002) 34(4) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 797-886 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    20. Singh, Avi, ‘Criminal Responsibility for Non-State Civilian Superiors Lacking De Jure Authority: A Comparative Review of the Doctrine of Superior Responsibility and Parallel Doctrines in National Criminal Laws' (2005) 28(2) Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 267-98 http://www.uchastings.edu/hiclr/
    21. Staker, Christopher, ‘Defence of Superior Orders Revisited' (2005) 79(7) Australian Law Journal 431-47 http://www.thomsonreuters.com.au/catalogue/productdetails.asp?id=694
    22. Williamson, Jamie, ‘Some Considerations on Command Responsibility and Criminal Liability' (2008) 90(870) International Review of the Red Cross 303-18 http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/international-review/index.jsp
    1. Wu, Timothy and Kang, Yong-Sung, ‘Criminal Liability for the Actions of Subordinates - The Doctrine of Command Responsibility and Its Analogues in United States Law' (1997) 38(1) Harvard International Law Journal 272-98 http://www.harvardilj.org/

    8b. Nazi War Crimes

    Books

    1. Lord Russell of Liverpool, The Scourge of the Swastika: A Short History of Nazi War crimes (1954)

    Journal articles

    1. Cohen, Robert, ‘United States Exclusion and Deportation of Nazi War Criminals: The Act of October 30, 1978' (1980) 13(1) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 101-34 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm
    2. Cotler, Irwin, ‘Bringing Nazi War Criminals in Canada to Justice: A Case Study' (1997) 91 American Society of International Law Proceedings 262-9 http://www.asil.org/
    3. Cotler, Irwin, ‘Bringing Nazi War Criminals in Canada to Justice: A Case Study' (1997) 91 American Society of International Law Proceedings 262-9 http://www.asil.org/
    4. Gelfand, David, ‘Nazi War Criminals in the United States: It's Never Too Late for Justice' (1986) 19(4) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 855-92 http://law.vanderbilt.edu/publications/journal-of-transnational-law/index.aspx
    5. Getschman, Gregory, ‘The Uncertain Role of Innocence in United States Efforts to Deport Nazi War Criminals' (1988) 21(2) Cornell International Law Journal 287-316 http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/ILJ/
    6. Lippman, Matthew, ‘Prosecutions of Nazi War Criminals before Post-World War II Domestic Tribunals' (1999) 8 University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review 1-114 http://www.law.miami.edu/studentorg/international_comparative_law_review/index.php
    7. Lippman, Matthew, ‘The Denaturalization of Nazi War Criminals in the United States: Is Justice Being Served?' (1985) 7(2) Houston Journal of International Law 169-214 http://www.hjil.org/
    8. Lippman, Matthew, ‘The Other Nuremberg: American Prosecutions of Nazi War Criminals in Occupied Germany' (1992) 3(1) Indiana International and Comparative Law Review http://indylaw.indiana.edu/iiclr/
    9. Lippman, Matthew, ‘The Pursuit of Nazi War Criminals in the United States and in Other Anglo-American Legal Systems' (1998) 29(1) California Western International Law Journal 1-100 http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/home.asp/
    10. Moeller, James, ‘United States Treatment of Alleged Nazi War Criminals: International Law, Immigration Law, and the Need for International Cooperation' (1984) 25(4) Virginia Journal of International Law 793-868 http://www.vjil.org/
    11. Morowitz, Debbie, ‘Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals In The United States: The Time in Which to Punish Them is Running out' (1989) 15(2) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 257-84 http://www.law.syr.edu/students/publications/sjilc/index.aspx
    12. Nemes, Irene, ‘Punishing Nazi War Criminals in Australia: Issues of Law and Morality' (1992) 4(2) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 141-56 http://sydney.edu.au/law/criminology/journal/index.shtml
    13. Rivello, Pier, ‘The Prosecution of War Crimes Committed by Nazi Forces in Italy' (2004) 3(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 422-33 http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org/
    14. Rutledge, Kristina, ‘Giving the Devil His Due: The Pursuit and Capture of Nazi War Criminals - A Call for Retributive Justice in International Criminal Law' (2005) 3 Regent Journal of International Law 27-74 http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/student_life/studentorgs/rjil/home.cfm
    15. Society' (2000) 18(1) Boston University International Law Journal 57-84 http://www.bu.edu/law/central/jd/organizations/journals/international/index.html
    16. Swartz, Barbara, ‘Denaturalization of Nazi War Criminals after Fedorenko' (1982) 15(1) New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 169-94 http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/jilp/index.htm