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NEW ACQUISITIONS & HIGHLIGHTS

August 2005

B - LAW IN GENERAL

Docno : 8019

Régulation de l’Internet : l’élaboration des règles de

conduite par le dialogue internormatif / AMBLARD, Philippe.-

Bruxelles : Bruylant, 2004.- 510 p.

CallNo : 05BD003

Docno : 8020

L’arriéré judiciaire n’est pas une fatalité = Gerechtelijke

achterstand : geen noodzakelijk kwaad.- Bruxelles :

Bruylant, 2004.- xii, 437 p.

CallNo : 05BC001

C - INTERNATIONAL LAW

Docno : 7901

Universal jurisdiction : new uses for an old tool / HALL,

Christopher Keith

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 47-71

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7902

Immunities for heads of state : where do we stand? / STERN,

Brigitte

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 73-106

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7918

Using universal jurisdiction to combat impunity / BRODY,

Reed

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 376-384

CallNo : 05P

E - INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

Docno : 7746

Temas actuales del derecho penal internacional :

contribuciones de América Latina, Alemania y España.-

Berlin; Montevideo : Konrad Adenauer Stiftung E.V., 2005.-

280 p.CallNo : 05EA002

Docno : 7872

Prosecuting international crimes : selectivity and the

international criminal law regime / CRYER, Robert.-

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005.- xxviii,

360 p.

CallNo : 05EA003

Docno : 7882

Mens rea - mistake of law & mistake of fact in German

criminal law : a survey for international criminal tribunals /

BADAR, Mohamed Elewa

In : International Criminal Law Review, vol. 5, no. 2 June

2005 : pp. 203-246

Full text available at : EBSCO online

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7883

Amnesties and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal

Court / GROPENGIEßER, Helmut; MEIßNER, Jörg

In : International Criminal Law Review, vol. 5, no. 2 June

2005 : pp. 267-300

Full text available at : EBSCO online

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7903

Their atrocities and our misdemeanours : the reticence of

states to try their “own nationals” for international crimes /

McCORMACK, Timothy L. H.

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In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 107-142

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7909

Criminal responsibility in the UK for international crimes

beyond Pinochet / MONTGOMERY, Clare

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 271-282

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7917

UK prosecutions for crimes under international law /

BINDMAN, Geoffrey

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 365-372

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7945

The doctrine of Res Judicata in international criminal law /

THEOFANIS, Rosa

In : International Criminal Law Review, vol. 3, no. 3, Oct.

2003 : pp. 195-216

CallNo : 05P

G - INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE

FORMER YUGOSLAVIA

Docno : 7879

Prosecutor v. Zoran Kupreskic et al., Case No.IT-95-16-A,

appeal judgement, 23 October 2001 / GALLMETZER,

Reinhold

In : International Criminal Law Review, vol. 3, no. 3, Oct.

2003 : pp. 53-77

Full text available at : l:/electronic-publications-reports/D-

7879

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7880

The Prosecutor v. Zoran Kupreskic et al., Case No. IT-98-

33-T, trial judgement 2 August 2001 / ALVES, Anabela

Atanasio

In : International Criminal Law Review, vol. 3, no. 3, Oct.

2003 : pp. 39-51

Full text available at : l:/electronic-publications-reports -D-

7880

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7881

The development of the concept of joint criminal enterprise

at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former

Yugoslavia / HAAN, Verena

In : International Criminal Law Review, vol. 5, 2005 : pp.

167-201

Full text available at : EBSCO online

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7954

Plea agreements in the ICTY : purpose, effects and

propriety / TIEGER, Alan; SHIN, Milbert

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 666-679

CallNo : P-JICJ

H - INTERNATIONAL COURTS

Docno : 7251

On the principle of complementarity in the Rome Statute of

the International Criminal Court / YANG, Lijun

In : Chinese Journal of International Law, vol. 4, no. 1, 2005

: pp. 121-132

Full text available at : http://chinesejil.oxfordjournals.org/

cgi/reprint/4/1/121

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7873

International criminal tribunals and the regime of international

criminal law enforcement / CRYER, Robert.- Cambridge

In : Prosecuting international crimes : selectivity and the

international criminal law regime.- Cambridge : Cambridge

University Press, 2005 : pp. 124-184

CallNo : 05HC004

Docno : 7904

The international criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia

and Rwanda / BLEWITT, Graham T.

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 145-160

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7906

The permanent International Criminal Court / BASSIOUNI,

M. Cherif

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 173-211

CallNo : 05P

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Docno : 7907

Striking a balance : mixed law tribunals and conflicts of

jurisdiction / ORENTLICHER, Diane F.

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 161-172

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7914

From Nuremberg to Rome : a personal account / FERENCZ,

Benjamin

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 32-45

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7915

National action challenged : sovereignty, immunity and

universal jurisdiction before the International Court of Justice

/ CLAPHAM, Andrew

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 303-332

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7941

The role of presumptions in international tribunals / FRANCK,

Thomas M.; PROWS, Peter

In : The Law and Practice of International Courts and

Tribunals, vol. 4, no. 2, 2005 : pp. 197-245

Full text available at : http://ejournals.ebsco.com/

direct.asp?ArticleID=421899406E79ACB3AA08

CallNo : P-LPIC

Docno : 7942

Comments on the Security Council referral of the situation

in Darfur to the ICC / CONDORELLI, Luigi; CIAMPI, Annalisa

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 590-599

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7943

The Burgh House principles on the independence of the

international judiciary / SANDS, Philippe; MCLACHLAN,

Campbell; MACKENZIE, Ruth

In : The Law and Practice of International Courts and

Tribunals, vol. 4, No. 2, 2005 : pp. 247-260

Full text available at : http://ejournals.ebsco.com/

direct.asp?ArticleID=41F387BA09B90B57AF3E

CallNo : P-LPIC

Docno : 7946

The price of international justice / ROMANO, Cesare P. R.

In : The Law and Practice of International Courts and

Tribunals, vol. 4, No. 2, 2005 : pp. 281-328

Full text available at : http://ejournals.ebsco.com/

direct.asp?ArticleID=4F4AB2E2190E7AF51A52

CallNo : P-LPIC

Docno : 7955

Advising defendants about guilty pleas before international

courts / DIXON, Rodney; DEMIRDJIAN, Alexis

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 680-694

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7956

Complementarity, amnesties and alternative forms of justice

: some interpretative guidelines for the International Criminal

Court / STAHN, Carsten

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 695-720

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7959

Child witnesses and the international criminal justice system

: does the International Criminal Court protect the most

vulnerable? / BERESFORD, Stuart

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 721-748

CallNo : P-JICJ

I - TRIALS

Docno : 7905

The collection and admissibility of evidence and the rights

of the accused / MAY, Richard

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 161-172

CallNo : 05P

K - MUNICIPAL LAW AND COMPARATIVE LAW

Docno : 7884

Egypt and current efforts to criminalize international crimes

/ El ZEIDY, Mohamed M.

In : International Criminal Law Review, vol. 5, no. 2, June

2005 : pp. 247-265

Full text available at : EBSCO online

CallNo : 05P

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N - HUMANITARIAN LAW

Docno : 7745

A bed for the night : humanitarianism in crisis / RIEFF, David.-

London : Vintage, 2002.- 367 p.

CallNo : 05NB005

Docno : 7920

A response to John C. Yoo “ The status of soldiers and

terrorists under the Geneva Conventions” / AGGELEN,

Johannes van

In : Chinese Jounal of International Law, vol. 4, no. 1, 2005

: pp. 167-181

CallNo : 05P

P - ARMED CONFLICTS

Docno : 7776

Reducing the threat of biological weapons : panel

discussions held between 2000 and 2003 by the NGO

Committee on Disarmament, Peace and Security, in

cooperation with the UN Department for Disarmament Affairs.-

New York : United Nations, 2004.- vi, 51 p.

CallNo : 05PB012

Q - PEACE AND PEACEKEEPING

Docno : 7710

Les conflits, la paix et la coopération pour le développement

à l’aube du XXXe siècle / Organisation de Cooperation et

de Développement Economiques (OCDE). Ed. Andre

Guichaoua.- Paris : Organisation de Coopération et de

Développement Economiques, 1998.- 127 p.

CallNo : 05QB006

Docno : 7722

Artisans of peace : grassroots peacemaking among

Christian communities.- Maryknoll; New York : Orbis Books,

2003.- viii, 312 p.

CallNo : 05QB004

Docno : 7723

The atlas of war and peace / SMITH, Dan; BRAEIN, Ane.-

London : Earthscan Publications Limited, 2003.- 128 p. :

maps

CallNo : 05QA002 REF

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Docno : 7849

International mission of inquiry - Kosovo : justice for peace

/ International Federation of Human Rights League (FIDH).-

Paris : International Federation of Human Rights League

(FIDH).- 31 p.

CallNo : 05QB005

Docno : 7850

Coercive inducement and the containment of international

crises : Bosnia / OUDRAAT, Chantal de Jonge

In : Coercive inducement and the containment of international

crises.- Washington : United States Institute of Peace Press,

1999 : pp. 41-78

CallNo : 05VA002

R - HUMAN RIGHTS, MINORITIES AND REFUGEES

Docno : 7743

Freedom on fire : human rights wars and America’s

response / SHATTUCK, John.- Cambridge; Massachusetts;

London : Harvard University Press, 2003.- 390 p.

CallNo : 05RB012

Docno : 7818

The state of the world’s children 2005 : childhood under

threat.- New York : UNICEF, 2004.- vii, 151 p.

CallNo : 05RA003 REF

Docno : 7899

Burundi : neglecting justice in making peace / Human Rights

Watch.- Washington, DC : Human Rights Watch, 2000.- 13

p.

Full text available at : http://www.hrw.org/reports/2000/

burundi/

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7910

Reforming the human rights system : a chance for the United

Nations to fulfil its promise / International Commission of

Jurists.- Geneva : International Commission of Jurists, 2005.-

32 p.

Full text available at : http://www.icj.org/

news.php3?id_article=3725&lang=en

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7911

Civil reparation in national courts for victims of human rights

abuse / MCKAY, Fiona

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland :

Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 283-302

CallNo : 05P


Docno : 7912

Gambling with the psyche : does prosecuting human rights

violators console their victims? / O’Connell, Jamie

In : Harvard International Law Journal, vol. 46, Summer 2005

: 49 p.

Full text available at : Westlaw (46 Harv.Int’l L.J. 295)

CallNo : P-HILJ

Docno : 7916

Enforcing human rights through international criminal law /

LATTIMER, Mark

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 387-415

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7949

“The bullets were raining” : the January 2001 attack on

peaceful demonstrators in Zanzibar / Human Rights Watch.-

Washington, DC : Human Rights Watch, 2002.- 45 p.

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7950

Hidden in the home : abuse of domestic workers with special

visas in the United States / Human Rights Watch.-

Washington, DC : Human Rights Watch, 2001.- 56 p.

CallNo : 05P

S - WAR CRIMES AND GENOCIDE

Docno : 7739

A selected socio-legal bibliography on ethnic cleansing,

wartime rape, and genocide in the Former Yugoslavia and

Rwanda / ZAWATI, Hilmi M.; MAHMOUD, Ibtisam M..-

Lewiston; Queenston; Lampeter : The Edwin Mellen Press,

2004.- x, 587 p.

CallNo : 05SB007 REF

Docno : 7900

Back to the brink war crimes by Liberian government and

rebels / Human Rights Watch.- Washington, DC : Human

Rights Watch, 2002.- 23 p.

Full text available at : http://www.hrw.org/reports/2002/liberia/

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7908

Pursuing crimes against humanity in the United States /

ACEVES, William J.; HOFFMAN, Paul L.

In : Justice for crimes against humanity.- Oxford ; Portland

: Hart Publishing, 2003 : pp. 161-172

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7913

Defining rape : a means to achieve justice in the Special

Court for Sierra Leone / HANSEN-YOUNG, Thekla

In : Chicago Journal of International Law, vol. 6, Summer

2005 : 14 p.

Full text available at : Westlaw (6 Chi.J.Int’l L.479)

CallNo : 05P

Docno : 7938

Reclaiming fundamental principles of criminal law in the

Darfur case / FLETCHER, George P.; OHLIN, Jens David

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 539-561

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7939

The Darfur report and genocidal intent / KRESS, Claus

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 562-578

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7940

Darfur - compensation for the victims / TOMUSCHAT,

Christian

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 579-589

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7952

The Darfur Commission as a model for future responses to

crisis situations / ALSTON, Philip

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 600-607

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7953

Negotiating nolle prosequi at Nuremberg : the case of

Captain Zimmer / SALTER, Michael; EASTWOOD, Maggi

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 649-665

CallNo : P-JICJ

Docno : 7960

Should genocide subsume crimes against humanity? : some

remarks in the light of the Krstic appeal judgment /

PALOMBINO, Fulvio Maria

In : Journal of International Criminal Justice, vol. 3, no. 3,

July 2005 : pp. 778-789

CallNo : P-JICJ

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T - HISTORY, POLITICAL SCIENCES, INTERNATIONAL

RELATIONS AND DIPLOMACY

Docno : 7738

Path to collective madness : a study in social order and

political pathology / GUPTA, Dipak K.- London : Praeger,

2001.- xii, 282 p.

CallNo : 05TA002

U - RWANDA, GREAT LAKES REGION AND OTHER

COUNTRIES

Docno : 7704

Murekatete / ILBOUDO, Monique.- Bamako; Lille : Le

Figuier; Fest’Africa, 2000.- 75 p.

CallNo : 05UA033

Docno : 7709

Uburenganzira bw’ikiremwamuntu mu mategeko y’u Rwanda

: igitabo kibumbiyemo amategeko yashyizweho n’u Rwanda

= Les droits humains en droit Rwandais : manuel de droit

interne = human rights in Rwandan law : handbook of

national law / DE WOLF, René; DE WOLF, Yves.- Bruxelles

: ASSEPAC, 1997.- 140 p.

CallNo : 05UA030

Docno : 7766

I have before me a remarkable document given to me by

a young lady from Rwanda / LINDEN, Sonja.- London :

Aurora Metro Publications Ltd., 2004.- 64 p.

CallNo : 05UA034

Docno : 7892

Exilés, réfugiés, déplacés en Afrique centrale et orientale.-

Paris : Karthala, 2004.- 1065 p.

CallNo : 05UB011

Docno : 7854

Coercive inducement and the containment of international

crises : Rwanda / DANIEL, Donald C. F.; HAYES, Bradd

C.; OUDRAAT, Chantal de Jonge

In : Coercive inducement and the containment of

international crises.- Washington : United States Institute of

Peace Press, 1999 : pp. 113-145

CallNo : 05VA002

Docno : 7891

Rwanda 1994 : les politiques du génocide à Butare /

GUICHAOUA, André.- Paris : Karthala, 2005.- 497 p.

CallNo : 05UA029

Docno : 7893

Mémoires de réfugiés et de déplacés du Burundi : lecture

critique de la politique publique de réhabilitation /

NIMUBONA, Julien

In : Exilés, réfugiés, déplacés en Afrique centrale et

orientale.- Paris : Karthala, 2004 : pp. 213-245

CallNo : 05UB011

Docno : 7895

Les réfugiés rwandais en Belgique : itinéraires et nouveaux

réseaux sociaux / NTAMPAKA, Charles

In : Exilés, réfugiés, déplacés en Afrique centrale et

orientale.- Paris : Karthala, 2004 : pp. 529-565

CallNo : 05UB011

Docno : 7896

Les politiques législatives congolaise et rwandaise relatives

aux réfugiés et émigrés rwandais / MUGANGU, Séverin;

CHAMWINE, Augustin; BUSANE, Wenceslas

In : Exilés, réfugiés, déplacés en Afrique centrale et

orientale - Paris, Karthala, 2004 : pp. 633-693

CallNo : 05UB011

Docno : 7897

Intégration des rapatriés et déplacés rwandais dans le

district de Butare-Ville / NIZURUGERO, Jean Rugagi

In : Exilés, réfugiés, déplacés en Afrique centrale et

orientale - Paris, Karthala, 2004 : pp. 695-727

CallNo : 05UB011

Docno : 7898

International response to the Rwandese conflict : a thesis

submitted to the School of Arts in partial fulfillment of the

requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in international

relations / DADSON, Eunice : United States International

University, 2005.- viii, 72 p.

CallNo : 05UA031

Docno : 7951

Emptying the hills : regroupment in Burundi / Human Rights

Watch.- Washington, DC : Human Rights Watch,

2000.- 38 p.

CallNo : 05P

V - UNITED NATIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL

ORGANIZATIONS

Docno : 7250

Definition of “terrorism” in the UN Security Council : 1985-

2004 / SAUL, Ben. CallNo : 05P

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NEW BOOKS

Prosecuting International Crimes

Selectivity and the International Criminal Law Regime

Call No 05EA003

Series: Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law (No. 41)

Robert Cryer

University of Nottingham

This book discusses the legitimacy of the international criminal law

regime. It explains the development of the system of international

criminal law enforcement in historical context, from antiquity

through the Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials, to today’s prosecutions

of atrocities in the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone.

The modern regime of prosecution of international crimes is evaluated with regard to international

relations theory. The book then subjects that regime to critique on the basis of legitimacy and the

rule of law, in particular selective enforcement, not only in relation to who is prosecuted, but also the

definitions of crimes and principles of liability used when people are prosecuted. It concludes that

although selective enforcement is not as powerful as a critique of international criminal law as it was

previously, the creation of the International Criminal Court may also have narrowed the substantive

rules of international criminal law.

• A theoretical and interdisciplinary approach to international criminal law

• Investigates the interplay between procedural and substantive international criminal law

• Evaluates the international criminal law regime from the point of view of legitimacy and the rule of law

Table of Contents - Click here

Exilés, réfugiés, déplacés en Afrique centrale et orientale

Guichaoua (sous direction). Call No 05UB011

André

Cet ouvrage analyse les migrations sous contrainte dans l’ensemble du bassin

du Congo et de l’Afrique des Grands Lacs.Dans certains pays, tel l’Angola, le

Rwanda et le Congo-ZaÎre, des centaines de milliers d’individus ont connu

l’exil depuis le début des années 1960. Au cours des années 1990, la

juxtaposition de conflits nationaux, puis le déclenchement d’une vaste guerre

régionale sur le territoire congolais, ont mis cette partie de l’Afrique au centre

de l’agenda humanitaire international avec ses millions de victimes, de réfugiés,

déplacés et “affectés”.

Les différentes contributions rassemblées insistent sur les dimensions sociales et

politiques de ces drames humains.

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