|1.||Boas, Gideon ... [et al.] : International criminal law practitioner library, 2011|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
International criminal law practitioner library : vol. 3 : international criminal procedeure / Boas, Gideon ... [et al.], lxxxix, 486 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge U. P., 2011.
ABSTRACT: Table of Contents:. 1. The nature of international criminal procedure. 2. Creation and amendment of rules of international criminal procedure. 3. Procedures related to primacy and complementarity. 4. Investigations, rights of suspects, and detention. 5. Defence counsel, amici curiae, and the different forms of representation of accused. 6. Pre-trial proceedings. 7. Trial proceedings. 8. The role and status of victims in international criminal procedure. 9. Evidence. 10. Judgement and sentencing. 11. Appeal and revision. 12. Conclusion..
NOTE (GENERAL): ICC statute; Statute for the Special Tribunal for Lebanon; IMT charter; ICJ statute; PCIJ statute; UN charter; ECHR;
|2.||Ambrus, Mónika (ed.) : Netherlands yearbook of international law 2014, 2015|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Netherlands yearbook of international law 2014 : between pragmatism and predictability: temporariness in international law / Ambrus, Mónika (ed.) ; Wessel, Ramses A. (ed.), xii, 413 p. - The Hague : T.M.C. Asser Press, 2015.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Between pragmatism and predictability: temporariness in international law, by Mónika Ambrus and Ramses A. Wessel. 2. Temporariness and change in global governance, by Rene Uruena. 3. Temporary international legal regimes as frames for permanent ones, by Jean Galbraith. 4. The international rule of law time after time: temporary institutions between change and continuity, by Sofia Ranchordás. 5. International law and time: a reflection of the temporal attitudes of international lawyers through three paradigms, by Christian Djeffal. 6. (Inter)temporal considerations in the interpretative process of the VCLT: do treaties endure, perdure or exdure?, by Panos Merkouris. 7. Shifting demands in international institutional law: securing the United Nations' accountability for the Haitian cholera outbreak, by Kate Nancy Taylor. 8. Protecting human rights during emergencies: delegation, derogation, and deference, by Evan J. Criddle. 9. Temporary protection: hovering at the edges of refugee law, by Jean-Francois Durieux. 10. Between the devil and the deep blue sea: enhancing flexibility in international climate change law, by Harro van Asselt. 11. Commissions of inquiry: flexible temporariness or permanent predictability?, by Christian Henderson. 12. Special temporary measures and the norm of equality, by Adeno Addis. 13. Paradise postponed? For a judge-led generic model of international criminal procedure and an end to 'draft-as-you-go', by Michael Bohlander. 14. Platforms, protestors and provisional measures: the Arctic Sunrise dispute and environmental activism at sea, by Richard Caddell.
NOTE (GENERAL): Vienna convention on the law of treaties; Refugee convention; Framework convention on climate change
LIBRARY LOCATION: S Netherlands yb