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18 Int'l Crim. L. Rev. [i] (2018)

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International Criminal Law Review

Aims & Scope
In-depth analysis of the problems of international criminal law is one of the most pressing problems in the
international legal arena. Traditionally, international tribunals have had to operate on the basis of
extrapolations from international public law, general principles of law and humanitarian law. The International
Criminal Court's Statute, Rules of Procedure and Elements of Crimes will undoubtedly give rise to many
questions of interpretation. This Review was established to serve as a forum dedicated to the specific criminal
law aspects of international criminal law. As it will be helpful to understand the societal background and
effects of the law, the Review will also carry contributions relating to criminological, sociological and historical
issues within the ambit of international criminal law.
Caroline Fournet
Faculty of Law, Criminal Law  and Criminology, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands,
e-mail: iclaeditor@gmail.com
General Editor
Michael Bohlander, Durham Law  School, University of Durham, Stockton Road, Durham, UK
Notes and Comments Editor
Mohamed Elewa Badar,   Northumbria  School of Law, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK,
e-mail: mohamed.badar@northumbria.ac.uk
Criminology and Sociology Editor
Dawn  L. Rothe, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA, e-mail: drothe@odu.edu
Book Review Editor
Anna  Katulu (Legal Officer, Office of the Co-Investigating judges, United Nations Assistance for the Khmer Rouge
Trials (UNAKRT))
Editorial Board
Hirad Abtahi (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Diane Marie Amann,  (Athens, GA, USA)
Kai Ambos  (Gibttingen, Gernany;Judge, Kosovo Specialist Chambers, The Hague)
Anabela Atanhsio (Porto, Portugal)
Ilias Bantekas (London, UK)
Roman  Boed (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Mohamed   M. El Zeidy (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Albin Eser (Freiburg, Germany)
John Hocking (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Bing BingJia (Beiuing, PR China)
Annikajones  (Durham, UK)
Berend Keulen (Groningen, The Netherlands)
Stephan Kirsch (Frankfurt, Germany)
Andrd Klip (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
Claus KreE (Cologne, Germany)
Adel Maged  (Cairo, Egypt)
Anja Matwijkiw (Gary IN, USA)
Timothy L.H. McCormack  (Melbourne, Australia)
Guhnael Mettraux (Ambra (AR), Italy)
Susan Nash (London, UK)
Tomoya  Obokata (Staffordshire, UK)
Alain Pellet (Paris, France)
Victor Peskin (Arizona State University, USA)
William A. Schabas (London, UK)
Wolfgang Schomburg  (Berlin, Germany)
Ulrich Sieber (Freiburg, Germany)
Carl-Friedrich Stuckenberg (Bonn, Germany)
Christine van den Wyngaert (The Hague, The Netherlands)

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International Criminal Law Review (IsSN s567-536X, E-ISSN 1571-8123) is published 6 times a year by Brill
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