Commentaries

Title Author Date
The "Media case" before the Rwanda Tribunal: The Nahimana et al. Appeal Judgement
Sophia Kagan examines the so-called Media case before the ICTR's Appeals Chamber and analyses the grounds of appeal of those behind the media campaign inciting genocide in Rwanda in 1994.
Kagan, Sophia 24 Apr 2008
Victim participation and bias in the Cambodian Courts
A commentary by Cedric Ryngaert on the Cambodian Pre-Trial Chamber's decisions in the case against Nuon Chea on victims' participation and bias.
Ryngaert, Cedric 18 Apr 2008
Intention to appeal in the Kouwenhoven case
10 Apr 2008
The Appeals Judgement in the Aloys Simba case
In this commentary, Roland Adjovi clarifies the relevant grounds of appeals of both the Prosecution and the Defence in the case of Aloys Simba before the Rwanda Tribunal. The author gives an enlightening analysis of the reasoning of the Appeals Chamber, which dismissed all the grounds of appeal.
Adjovi, Roland 14 Jan 2008
The Foča "Rape Camps": A dark page read through the ICTY's jurisprudence
Matteo Fiori provides a comprehensive overview of the Foča "Rape Camps" cases before the ICTY.
Fiori, Matteo 19 Dec 2007
The Indictment against Radovan Karadžić
Commentary by Matteo Fiori on The Indictment against Radovan Karadžić: An analysis of the legal developments in the ICTY's crucial upcoming trial
Matteo Fiori 19 Dec 2007
Halilović on Appeal: The intricate concept of 'effective control'
Following the Sefer Halilović Appeals Judgement of the ICTY on 16 October 2007, Harmen van der Wilt, Professor of International Criminal Law at the University of Amsterdam, wrote a commentary on the intricate concept of 'effective control'.
van der Wilt, Harmen 10 Dec 2007
Case concerning territorial and maritime dispute between Nicaragua and Honduras in the Caribbean Sea (Nicaragua v. Honduras)
Martin Pratt writes a commentary on the maritime dispute case between Nicaragua v. Honduras following the ICJ Judgment of 8 October 2007.
Pratt, Martin 02 Dec 2007