Vol. 41 Nbr. 2-3, March 2009
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- Nuremberg and crimes against peace.
- Ending impunity for the crime of aggression.
- The push to criminalize aggression: something lost amid the gains?
- Aggression, humanitarian intervention, and terrorism.
- Criminalizing humanitarian intervention.
- A question of intent: the crime of aggression and unilateral humanitarian intervention.
- Transcript: jurisdictional and trigger mechanisms.
- A pragmatic approach to jurisdictional and definitional requirements for the crime of aggression in the Rome Statute.
- Ambiguities in articles 5(2), 121 and 123 of the Rome Statute.
- Report of the Cleveland experts meeting: the International Criminal Court and the crime of aggression.
- An analysis of United Nations Security Council resolutions: are all countries treated equally?
- The case for Kurdish statehood in Iraq.