Acceptance of International Criminal Justice

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After Nuremberg. Exploring Multiple Dimensions of the Acceptance of International Criminal Justice

Edited by Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Friederike Mieth and Marjana Papa

After Nuremberg. Exploring Multiple Dimensions of the Acceptance of International Criminal Justice: An Introduction

  • Author: Susanne Buckley-Zistel
  • Year: 2017

Acceptance of International Criminal Justice: A Review

  • Author: Friederike Mieth
  • Year: 2016

Methodology

  • Author: Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Friederike Mieth and Marjana Papa
  • Year: 2016

Acceptance of International Criminal Justice in Situation Countries. 10 Key Findings

  • Author: Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Friederike Mieth and Marjana Papa
  • Year: 2017

 

 

Exploring legal, social and political dimensions of the acceptance of international criminal justice

Legal acceptance

Acceptance of International Criminal Justice: Country Study on Colombia

  • Author: Nelson Camilo Sánchez Léon
  • Year: 2016

Acceptance of International Criminal Justice through Fragmented Domestication: The Case of Kosovo

  • Author: Dafina Buçaj
  • Year: 2016

Acceptance of International Criminal Justice in Nigeria: Legal Compliance, Myth or Reality?

  • Author: Benson Chinedu Olugbuo
  • Year: 2016

 

 

Social and political acceptance

Assessing the Political Acceptance of Hybrid Courts in Fractured States: The Case of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon

  • Author: Tamirace Fakhoury
  • Year: 2016

Understanding Acceptance of International Justice through Duch's Sentence at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

  • Author: Kimsan Soy
  • Year: 2016

'Changing Faces' on Acceptance of International Criminal Intervention in Kenya

  • Author: Geoffrey Lugano
  • Year: 2016

Between Interests and Values: Ukraine's Contingent Acceptance of International Criminal Justice

  • Author: Valentyna Polunina
  • Year: 2016

Assessing the Acceptance of International Criminal Justice in Kenya

  • Author: Geoffrey Lugano
  • Year: 2017

Prosecution that Never Began: An Exploration of Acceptance of International Criminal Justice in Nigeria

  • Author: Olakunle Michael Folami
  • Year: 2017

Unfinished Business: Acceptance of International Criminal Justice in Ukraine

  • Author: Valentyna Polunina
  • Year: 2017

‘Two-Faced’ Acceptance of International Criminal Justice Accountability Mechanisms by Actors in the Northern Uganda Armed Conflict

  • Author: Robert Mugagga-Muwanguzi
  • Year: 2017

Prosecuting the Khmer Rouge: Views from the Inside

  • Author: Ratana Ly
  • Year: 2017

Acceptance of the International Criminal Court in Côte d’Ivoire: Between the Hope for Justice and the Concern of ‘Victor’s Justice’

  • Author: Netton Prince Tawa with Alexandra Engelsdorfer
  • Year: 2017

Acceptance of International Criminal Justice and the Path to the International Criminal Court in Palestine

  • Author: Nidal Al-Farajin and Alexandra Engelsdorfer
  • Year: 2017

Frames of Acceptance of International Criminal Justice in Serbia

  • Author: Ana Ljubojević
  • Year: 2017

Layered Justice: Assessing the Acceptance of the Multiple International Criminal Justice Mechanisms in Post-War Kosovo

  • Author: Gjylbehare Bella Murati
  • Year: 2017

Changing Patterns of Acceptance. International Criminal Justice after the Rwandan Genocide

  • Author: Patrick Rowanda and Susanne Buckley-Zistel
  • Year: 2017