Vol. 39 Nbr. 1-2, January 2007
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- Appendix A.
- Foreword: lessons from the Saddam trial.
- Transcript: trying Saddam: an insider's perspective.
- Ceding the high ground: the Iraqi High Criminal Court statute and the trial of Saddam Hussein.
- Judging Human Rights Watch: an appraisal of Human Rights Watch's analysis of the Ad-Dujayl trial.
- Chaos in the courtroom: controlling disruptive defendants and contumacious counsel in war crimes trials.
- The Saddam trial: challenges to meeting international standards of fairness with regard to the defense.
- Transcript: preparing for the mother of all trials and lessons learned from Dujayl.
- The poisonous precedent: how the Iraqi Special Tribunal undermines international law.
- Transcript: analysis of the Dujail trial.
- Lessons learned from the Iraqi High Tribunal: the need for an international independent investigation.
- Debate: did Saddam get a fair trial?
- A poisoned chalice: the substantive and procedural defects of the Iraqi High Tribunal.
- Media matters: reflections of a former war crimes prosecutor covering the Iraqi tribunal.
- ICC inability determinations in light of the Dujail case.
- Transcript: lessons learned from the Dujail trial, a crossfire panel.