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  • Imputed Criminal Liability and the Goals of International Justice 

    Darcy, Shane (Leiden Journal of International Law, 2007)
    This article considers the suitability of employing particular modes of imputed criminal liability in trials before international criminal tribunals. It focuses specifically on the doctrines of joint criminal enterprise ...
  • The Right to a Fair Trial in International Criminal Law 

    McDermott, Yvonne (2013-08)
    This work seeks to examine the potential of international criminal tribunals to set the highest standards of procedural fairness for the conduct of criminal proceedings domestically. This work points to a number of reasons ...
  • The United States and International Criminal Tribunals 

    Rhea, Harry M (2012-08-07)
    This study examines the policies put forth by the United States during international debates that established international criminal tribunals from the pre-First World War era to 2012. Each chapter closely considers the ...