7 J. Int'l L & Int'l Rel. 1 (2011)
Hybrid Tribunals at Ten: How International Criminal Justice's Golden Child Became an Orphan

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How International Criminal Justice's Golden Child became an
Orphan
PADRAIG MCAULIFFE
I.  INTRODUCTION   .....     ...... .................... ...............................  1
II. BACKGROUND ............................................. 2
III. IDEALIZING THE HYBRID TRIBUNAL          ............  .............. 7
1. LEGITIMACY         ................................ ......... 11
2. CAPACITY-BUILDING                      ............................ 13
3.  NORM-PENETRATION...............................................................  15
4. HYBRID TRIBUNAL ADVOCACY IN CONTEXT .......................... 17
IV. THE UNPROMISING EMERGENCE OF HYBRID TRIBUNALS.............. 22
1. MORE EMERGENCY THAN EXPERIMENT.................................. 24
2. FINANCE.....................................             31
3.  LACK OF LEGACY PLANNING...................................................  32
V.  EXPECTATIONS DASHED.................................................................  34
1. CAPACITY-BUILDING     .................................. 34
2. LEGITIMACY        ............................................ 40
3. NORM-PENETRATION ................           .................... 46
4. A BROKEN PROMISE                       .................................. 52
IV. QUALIFIED SUCCESS: RE-EVALUATING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE
TRIBUNALS                             ................................................. 53
1.  A  FIGHT AGAINST IMPUNITY...................................................  53
2. RE-EVALUATING THE HYBRID MODEL ........          ............ 59
IV. CONCLUSION............................................63
I. Introduction
In the decade that has passed since their foundation in 2000, the
popularity of hybrid criminal tribunals as an avenue for transitional criminal
justice has declined dramatically. While six such tribunals were created in
the first half of the decade, none were created subsequently. Those that are
completed or ongoing have generally been subject to strident criticism by
scholars who initially hoped, or expected, that the combination of
international and domestic law and expertise would cause the tribunals to
appear more legitimate to the survivor populations concerned, and to leave a
@ 2011 Journal of International Law and International Relations
Vol. 7, pp. 1-65. ISSN: 1712-2988.

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