- International criminal trials: A normative theory
- Award date
- 25 April 2014
- Number of pages
- Document type
- PhD thesis
- Faculty of Law (FdR)
- Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL)
Among the numerous works on international criminal procedure, there has been no study focusing on the international criminal trial as a socio-legal phenomenon and a phase of international criminal proceedings. This book seeks to cover this gap by systematically examining and analyzing the nature and organization of trials conducted by the historical and contemporary international and hybrid criminal tribunals from the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. The study posits international criminal trials as a distinct object of theoretical and legal inquiry. It combines the methodological, conceptual, comparative, and critical approaches to the subject-matter for the purpose of developing the 'normative theory' of international criminal trials.
- Published in two volumes: I. Nature - II. Organization.
Research conducted at: Universiteit van Amsterdam
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