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The Complementarity Conundrum: Are We Watching Evolution or Evisceration?
(Santa Clara Journal of International Law, 2010)
The Rome Statute nowhere defines the term "complementarity, " but the plain text of Article 1 compels the conclusion that the International Criminal Court was intended to supplement the foundation of domestic punishment ...
(Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law, 2010)
The prohibition on the use of reprisals is widely regarded as one of the most sacrosanct statements of the jus in bello applicable to the conduct of modern hostilities. The textual formulations are stark and subject to no ...
The Law of War in the War Against Terrorism
(Loyola University Chicago International Law Review, 2011)
The struggle to define the contours of the legal regime and to correctly communicate those expectations to the broader audience of civilians is a recurring problem that is integrally related to the current evolution of ...