7 J. Int'l Crim. Just. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/jicj7 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF
INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL
JUSTICE
VOLUME 7, NO. 1
MARCH 2009
CONTENTS
Editorial
S. ZAPPALA
Articles
Violence and Massacres - Towards a Criminal Law of Inhumanity?
M. DELMAS-MARTY                                                 5
Finding the Best Epistemic Fit for International Criminal Tribunals:
Beyond the Adversarial-Inquisitorial Dichotomy
J. JACKSON                                                     17
Symposium
Hamdan: Is the Guantanamo Approach Falling Apart?
Foreword
S. ZAPPALA                                                     41
Following Historical Precedent: An Argument for the Continued Use
of Military Professionals as Triers of Fact in Some Humanitarian
Law Tribunals
R.V MEYER                                                      43
The Hamdan Case and the Application of a Municipal Offence:
The Common Law Origins of 'Murder in Violation of the Law of War'
J.C. DEHN                                                      63
Workshop
The Media and International Criminal Justice
International Criminal Tribunals and the Media
M. SIMONS                                                      83

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