Publications - Page 9

In this article, Postdoctoral fellow Claudio Corradetti defends a qualified correlation between ICC’s retribution and deterrence effects. He claims that the hypothesis of the ICC’s deterring effects accounts in Kenya is constructed upon a general condition of direct compliance by self-interested rational actors (such as high-ranking political candidates and their secretariat) as well as on unintended effects of ethnic stabilization. Read the full article here.

Postdoctoral Fellow Matthew Saul, has written a chapter in the third edited volume of the SHARES book series, The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law.  Saul's chapter focuses on three instances of international administration – in Nauru, Bosnia, and Kosovo. By examining three different forms of administration, this chapter helps to demonstrate the variety in the responsibility issues that can arise when international actors (third states and/or international organisations) undertake the administration of a Territory, Saul writes. Read the chapter here.