Saturday, 25 February 2012

International Journal of Criminal Justice Marks 10 Years

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
 (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).

1 comment:

Jens said...

Just a friendly edit - it's the "Journal of International Criminal Justice" I believe.