International Criminal Law Review CONTENTS Volume 6, No. 2 2006 Articles Sarah Williams and Hannah Woolaver: The Role of the Amicus Curiae before International Criminal Tribunals 151–189 Mirko Bagaric and John Morss: International Sentencing Law: In Search of a Justification and Coherent Framework 191–255 Leanne McKay: Characterising the System of the International Criminal Court: An Exploration of the Role of the Court Through the Elements of Crimes and the Crime of Genocide 257–274 Stefan Kirsch: The Trial Proceedings before the ICC 275–292 Mohamed Elewa Badar: “Just Convict Everyone!” – Joint Perpetration: From Tadic´ to Stakic´ and Back Again 293–302 Book Reviews Direct Application of International Criminal Law in National Courts, by Ward N. Ferdinandusse (MOHAMMED AYAT) 303–306 Prosecuting International Crimes, Selectivity and the International Criminal Law Regime, by Robert Cryer The Fundamental Rules of the International Legal Order, by Christian Tomuschat and Jean-Marc Thouvenin (eds.) Comparative Criminal Law & Procedure, An introduction, by J. F. Nijboer The Role of Islam in the Legal System of Pakistan, by Martin Lau Kriminologische Grundlagen einer internationalen Strafgerichtsbarkeit, by Frank Neubacher Die Präklusion fehlerhafter Sachleitungsanordnungen des Vorsitzenden, by Anouschka Hoffmann (MICHAEL BOHLANDER) 307–311 ICLA_6(2)_00_Contents.qxd 7/13/06 6:34 PM Page 1 ICLA_6(2)_00_Contents.qxd 7/13/06 6:34
International Criminal Law Review – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2006
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