The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: Assessing Their Contribution to International Criminal Law

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: Assessing Their Contribution to International Criminal Law

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789462651043
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
Publication date: 03/30/2016
Series: International Criminal Justice Series , #6
Edition description: 1st ed. 2016
Pages: 612
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: An Extraordinary Court.-Trials and Tribulations: The long Quest for Justice for the Cambodian Genocide.- Allegations of Political Interference, Bias and Corruption at the ECCC.- The 1979 Trial of the People’s Revolutionary Tribunal and Implications for ECCC.- Expectations, Challenges andof the ECCC.- The Legacy of the ECCC.- The Duch Case: The ECCC Supreme Court Chamber’s Review of Case 001.- The Case 002/01 Trial Judgment: A Stepping Stone from Nuremberg to the Present?.- The Theory of Joint Criminal Enterprise at the ECCC: A Difficult Relationship.- Legal Constraints in the Interpretation of Genocide.- Forced Transfer and Customary International Law: Bridging the Gap between Nuremberg and the ICTY.- Issues of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence an the ECCC.- The Grave Breaches Charges at the ECCC: An Analysis of International Humanitarian Law in the Duch Case.- Past Crimes and the Effect of Statutory Limitations on the ECCC.- Trial Process at the ECCC: The Rise and Fall of the Inquisitorial Paradigm in International Criminal Law?.- Managing Enormous Mass Crimes Indictments: The ECCC Severance Experiment.- Frail Accused and Fitness to Stand Trial.- The Admission of Torture Statements into Evidence.- Recognizing the Limits of Victims Participation: A Comparative Examination of the Victim Participation Schemes at the ECCC and the ICC.- Legal Developments of Civil Party Participation at the ECCC.


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“The editors’ systematic approach grants genuine access to the history of this extraordinarycourt and its achievements in developing further substantive and procedural internationalcriminal law … . Impressive contributors reflect the role and in part changing opinion ofjudges and counsel working in this different environment. … This book is a must for allopen-minded practitioners, scholars and young professionals in International Criminal Law.” (Professor Wolfgang Schomburg, former Judge at the ICTY and ICTR)

“This volume of essays shows how the ECCC has struggled with the challenges and in varyingmeasure has succeeded in creating a jurisprudence of global significance ... .” (Stephen J. Rapp, former international prosecutor and, former US ambassador-at-large for global criminal justice)

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