41 N.Y.U. J. Int'l L. & Pol. 1013 (2008-2009)
Positioning Hybrid Tribunals in International Criminal Justice

handle is hein.journals/nyuilp41 and id is 1021 raw text is: POSITIONING HYBRID TRIBUNALS IN
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE
LINDSEY RAUB
I.  INTRODUCTION ................................... 1013
II. THE LIMITED SPHERE OF THE AD Hoc TRIBUNALS
AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT ....... 1017
III. THE HYBRID TRIBUNALS .......................... 1023
A .  K osovo  ......................................  1026
B.  East  Timor  ..................................  1029
C. The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of
Cambodia  ...................................  1031
D. The Special Court for Sierra Leone ............. 1034
E. The Special Tribunal for Lebanon .............. 1037
IV. A ROLE FOR HYBRID TRIBUNALS IN INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL  LAW  ................................... 1041
A. The Advantages of Hybrid Tribunals ........... 1041
B. Challenges Facing Hybrid Tribunals ............ 1044
C. Hybrid Tribunals and the International Criminal
Court  .......................................  1046
V.  CONCLUSION ..................................... 1052
International criminal law deals with the darkest side of
humanity. [T]he magnitude of this task is such that there is no single
response to the multifarious aspects of international criminality. '
I. INTRODUCTION
The end of the Second World War marked the emer-
gence of a new international norm: when individuals commit
atrocities so heinous as to offend the conscience of human-
kind, the international community may bring them to justice.
Until the establishment of the Nuremberg and Tokyo Military
Tribunals, those deemed responsible for war crimes had been
1. Antonio Cassese, The Role of Internationalized Courts and Tribunals in the
Fight Against International Criminality, in INTERNATIONALIZED CRIMINAL
COURTS: SIERRA LEONE, EAST TIMOR, Kosovo, AND CAMBODIA 1, 13 (Cesare
Romano, Andre Nollkaemper &Jann K. Kleffner eds., 2004).
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