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Collective violence and international criminal justice : an interdisciplinary approach / Smeulers, Alette (ed.), xv, 452 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2010.
ABSTRACT: Chapter 1. Collective violence and international criminal justice – towards an interdisciplinary approach Alette Smeulers. Chapter 2. Th e ordinariness of extraordinary evil: the making of perpetrators of collective violence James E. Waller . Chapter 3. Rethinking the subjectivity of perpetrators of political violence Don Foster . PART II. COLLECTIVE CRIMES : INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY:. Chapter 4. Discourses on international criminality Athanasios Chouliaras. Chapter 5. Ascribing individual liability within a bureaucracy of murder Mark Osiel . Chapter 6. Seizing the “Grotian Moment”: application of joint criminal enterprise liability to the proceedings of the Cambodia genocide tribunal Michael P. Scharf . Chapter 7. Criminologically explained reality of genocide, structure of the off ence and the ‘intent to destroy’ requirement Kai Ambos. Chapter 8. ICTY and the culpability of diff erent types of perpetrators of international crimes Alette Smeulers and Barbora Holá . Chapter 9. Child soldiers: agency, enlistment, and the collectivization of innocence Mark A. Drumbl . PART III. REFLECTIONS ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE ICC:. Chapter 10. Th e rough edges of the delicate mosaic: complexity theory and the early practice of the International Criminal Court Salim A. Nakhjavani . Chapter 11. Th e law and politics of self-referrals Sarah Nouwen and Wouter Werner . PART IV. FROM FACTS TO FIGURES:. Chapter 12. On research methods for international crimes – methodological issues in the empirical study of international crimes Catrien Bijleveld . Chapter 13. Sexual violence during war: variation and accountability Elisabeth Jean Wood . Chapter 14. Learning the hard way at the ICTY: statistical evidence of human rights violations in an adversarial information environment Amelia Hoover Green . PART V. FROM FIGURES TO FACTS:. Chapter 15. Methodology for the criminal investigation of international crimes Xabier Agirre Aranburu . Chapter 16. Closing the gap in truth fi nding: from the facts of the fi eld to the judge’s chambers Martin Witteveen . Chapter 17. Preserving the overview of law and facts: the Case Matrix Morten Bergsmo, Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones . EPILOGUE Chapter 18. Future perspectives on collective violence and international criminal justice Stephan Parmentier and Estelle Zinsstag .