The International Journal of Criminal Justice, founded by the late Antonio Cassese, marks ten years with the publication of Vol. 10, No. 1. It is a very impressive special issue on the crime of aggression, edited by Claus Kress and Philippa Webb.
Here is the table of contents:
- Delegitimizing Aggression: First Steps and False Starts after the First World War (Kirsten Sellars)
- ‘In general a principle of justice’: The Debate on the ‘Crime against Peace’ in the Wake of the Nuremberg Judgment (Thomas Weigend)
- Justified Uses of Force and the Crime of Aggression (Erin Creegan)
- The Crime of Aggression and the Resort to Force against Entities in Statu Nascendi (Alexander G. Wills)
- Judicial Independence at Risk: Critical Issues regarding the Crime of Aggression Raised by Selected Human Rights Organizations (Leonie von Braun and Annelen Micus)
- Par in Parem Imperium Non Habet: Complementarity and the Crime of Aggression (Beth van Schaack)
- Aggression and Legality: Custom in Kampala (Marko Milanovic)
- What is Aggression? Comparing the Jus ad Bellum and the ICC Statute (Mary Ellen O’Connell and Mirakmal Niyazmatov)
- Amending the Amendment Provisions of the Rome Statute: The Kampala Compromise on the Crime of Aggression and the Law of Treaties (Andreas Zimmermann)
- The Uncertain Legal Status of the Aggression Understandings (Kevin Jon Heller)
- Individual Civil Responsibility for the Crime of Aggression (Friedrich Rosenfeld)
- The ICC and the Crime of Aggression: A Dream that Came Through and the Reality Ahead (Mauro Politi).