|The Immunity of the United Nations before the Dutch courts Revisited
Guido den Dekker & Jessica Schechinger discuss the Court of Appeal decision on UN immunity before Dutch courts.
|Den Dekker, Guido & Schechinger, Jessica||04 Jun 2010|
|The Kampala Review Conference: Which way forward for the International Criminal Court?
As the ICC Review Conference opens in Kampala, Nelly Corbin gives an overview of some of the issues facing international criminal justice.
|Corbin, Nelly||03 Jun 2010|
|UN-immunity disregards fundamental human rights: A decision by the Court of Appeals at The Hague in the case of the Mothers of Srebrenica
Axel Hagedorn comments on the Court of Appeals decision upholding the immunity of the United Nations.
|Hagedorn, Axel||28 Apr 2010|
|The Al Bashir Appeals Chamber Judgment on Genocide: A Critical Appraisal in Law and in Context
Dov Jacobs analyses the potential genocide charge against President al-Bashir in light of the recent Appeals Chamber Judgment.
|Jacobs, Dov||08 Mar 2010|
|Some Observations on Defence Aspects of the Karadzic Case- And a Plea for 'Hybrid' Representation in International Criminal Law
Björn Elberling discusses the assignment of standby counsel and the funding of defence legal advisors in the Karadzic trial.
|Elberling, Björn||01 Mar 2010|
|Airline dispute lands in ICJ: a commentary on the Swissair/Sabena case
An analysis of the case brought by Belgium against Switzerland at the International Court of Justice over the Sabena bankruptcy.
|Van het Kaar, Bart-Jan & Kaplan, Gilad||28 Jan 2010|
|The ICC Appeals Chamber Judgment on the Legal Characterisation of the Facts in Prosecutor v. Lubanga: A Commentary
Amy Senier discusses the ICC Appeal Chamber Judgment in Prosecutor v. Lubanga reversing Trial Chamber I's decision to change the legal characterisation of the facts in the case.
|Senier, Amy||11 Jan 2010|
|International tribunal redraws boundaries of Sudanese Abyei region: a chance for peace?
Paul von Muhlendahl analyses the Abyei Arbitration and whether it can settle a long-running dispute in the south of Sudan.
|Von Muhlendahl, Paul||10 Dec 2009|