Vol. 60 Nbr. 3, March 1997
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- Violence and the international world.
- Conceptualizing violence: present and future developments in international law.
- Conceptualizing violence under international law: do tort remedies fit the crime?
- Sex, culture, and rights: a re/conceptualization of violence for the twenty-first century.
- The role of market forces in transnational violence.
- International criminal tribunals: a jurisprudential thought.
- It's no defense: nullum crimen, international crime and the gingerbread man.
- Selective reaction to atrocity: war crimes and the development of international criminal law.
- War crimes, crimes against humanity and the death penalty.
- Genocidal violence in Burundi: should international law prohibit domestic humanitarian intervention?
- Didactic and dissident histories in war crimes trials.
- The tribunal and the ICC: do precedents matter?
- The Prosecutor v. Dusko Tadic: an appraisal of the first international war crimes trial since Nuremberg.
- Radical rules: the effects of evidential and procedural rules on the regulation of sexual violence in war.
- Culture confronts the international.
- Violence against aboriginal women in Australia: possibilities for redress within the international human rights framework.
- A critical race feminist conceptualization of violence: South African and Palestinian women.
- Violence against women and the asylum process.
- Conceptualizing private violence against sexual minorities as gendered violence: an international and comparative law perspective.
- Genocide, rape, and crimes against humanity: an affirmation of individual accountability in the former Yugoslavia in the Karadzic actions.