Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals
Book edited by Postdoctoral Fellow Joanna Nicholson, forthcoming 2018.
International criminal law is experiencing a time of uncertainty and flux. There is increasing doubt surrounding where the international criminal justice project is heading. The contributions in this multi-disciplinary volume take stock of the situation and explore ways in which the validity of international criminal tribunals can be strengthened as the field of international criminal justice moves into a more uncertain future. Areas considered include: shaping the aims and aspirations of international criminal tribunals; increasing the effectiveness and legality of substantive international criminal law; improving certain processes and procedures of international criminal tribunals; improving relationships between international criminal tribunals and other organisations; and building trust between international criminal tribunals and African states.
This publication is the result of the 2016 International Criminal Law Conference.
See also the special issue on Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals