Vol. 40 Nbr. 1-2, January 2008
- Origins of the genocide convention.
- Origins of the Genocide Convention: from Nuremberg to Paris.
- Acting before victims become victims: preventing and arresting mass murder.
- Remarks on intervention.
- Humanitarian intervention: the new missing link in the fight to prevent crimes against humanity and genocide?
- Atrocity crimes framing the responsibility to protect.
- 'Boxed in' semantic indifference to atrocity.
- 'Genocide' - the power of a label.
- Exploring critical issues in religious genocide: case studies of violence in Tibet, Iraq and Gujarat.
- The International Criminal Court: seeking global justice.
- The punishment and prevention of genocide: the International Criminal Court as a benchmark of progress and need.
- International Court of Justice as a forum for genocide cases.
- Investigative integration of the code of the higher Iraqi criminal court and the general principles of the Iraqi penal code: basic outcomes.
- Defending individuals accused of genocide.
- Enemies through the gates: Russian violations of international law in the Georgia/Abkhazia conflict.
- Commentaries on the Genocide Convention: a reintroduction to Nehemiah Robinson.
- The Genocide Convention: its origins and interpretation.