4 J. Int'l Crim. Just. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/jicj4 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF
INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL
JUSTICE
VOLUME 4, NO. 1
MARCH 2006
CONTENTS
Editorial
Articles
Interactions between National and International Criminal Law
in the Preliminary Phase of Trial at the ICC
M. DELMAS-MARTY                                                 2
Rethinking Guantinamo: Unlawful Confinement as Applied
in International Criminal Law
J.G. STEWART                                                   12
Symposia
Self-Representation in International Criminal lustice
Self-Representation versus Assignment of Defence Counsel before
International Criminal Tribunals
M.P. SCHARF                                                    31
Assisting an Accused to Represent Himself: Appointment of
Amici Curiae as the Most Appropriate Option
J. TEMMINCK TUINSTRA                                           47
The Problem of Self-Representation at International Criminal
Tribunals: Striking a Balance between Fairness and Effectiveness
N.H.B. JORGENSEN                                               64

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