12 J. Int'l Crim. Just. [i] (2014)

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VOLUME 12, NO. 1
MARCH 2014

  with ROBERTA SERET, Hannah Arendt and Crimes Against Humanity
Israel, Palestine and the ICC  Territory Uncharted but not
YAhL RONEN                                                     7
The Eichmann Trial: Towards a Jurisprudence of Eyewitness
Testimony of Atrocities
LEORA BILSKY                                                  27
Unexplored Outcomes of Tadic: Applicability of the Law of
Occupation to War by Proxy
TOM GAL                                                        59
Cases before International Courts and Tribunals
Civil Party Participation in Trials of Mass Crimes: A Qualitative
Study at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
ELiSA HOVEN                                                    81
Life after Conviction at International Criminal Tribunals: An
Empirical Overview
BARBORA HOLA and JORIS VAN WIJK                               109
National Prosecution of International Crimes: Legislation and Cases
Guatemala Prosecutes former President Rios Montt: New
Perspectives on Genocide and Domestic Criminal Justice
SUSAN KEMP                                                    133

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