Vol. 98 Nbr. 3, March 2008
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- Foreword: symposium on redefining international criminal law.
- The new wars and the crisis of compliance with the law of armed conflict by non-state actors.
- Pretrial and preventive detention of suspected terrorists: options and constraints under international law.
- From incitement to indictment? Prosecuting Iran's president for advocating Israel's destruction and piecing together incitement law's emerging analytical framework.
- The crime of complicity in genocide: how the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia got it wrong, and why it matters.
- State policy as an element of international crimes.
- The constitutionality of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
- Arguing for an integrated approach to resolving the crisis in Darfur: the challenges of complementarity, enforcement, and related issues in the international criminal court.
- Police, politics, and culture in a deeply divided society.
- Hearts on their sleeves: symbolic displays of emotion by spectators in criminal trials.