Readership: Scholars and students of international criminal law and the history of international law; scholars of international relations and international justice; practitioners interested in these areas
Edited by Luc Reydams, Associate Professional Specialist, Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, USA; Professor of Law at the Catholic University of Lublin, Jan Wouters, Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam EU and Global Governance Professor of International Law and International Organizations Director, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, and Cedric Ryngaert, Assistant Professor of International Law at the Universities of Leuven and Utrecht
Luc Reydams is Associate Professional Specialist in the Department of Political Science at
the University of Notre Dame and Associate Fellow of the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies.
Jan Wouters is Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam EU and Global Governance Professor of International Law and International Organizations Director at the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies.
Cedric Ryngaert is Assistant Professor of International Law at the Universities of Leuven and Utrecht and Senior Researcher at the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies.
"The subject matter of this book was certainly missing from the international criminal law literature ... this book complements all others dealing with criminal procedure as such because it provides a brilliant insight into the workings of the office of an international prosecutor who must undertake the functions of a manager, a boss, a politician and diplomat and those of a practising lawyer under pressure to perform and deliver. This is an admirable effort and should be read by all those interested in substantive and procedural aspects of international criminal law." - Ilias Bantekas, International Criminal Law Review 13
Ambassador Hans Corell: Foreword
1: Luc Reydams, Jan Wouters, and Cedric Ryngaert: Introduction
2: Luc Reydams and Jan Wouters: The Politics of Establishing International Criminal Tribunals
3: Luc Reydams and Jed Odermatt: Mandates
4: Marieke Wierda and Anthony Triolo: Resources
5: Gregory Townsend: Structure and Management
6: Luc Coté: Independence and Impartiality
7: Frédéric Mégret: Accountability and Ethics
8: Kai Ambos and Stefanie Bock: Procedural Regimes
9: Frederiek de Vlaming: Defendant Selection
10: Hiroto Fujiwara and Stephan Parmentier: Investigations
11: Jeffrey Locke: Indictments
12: Cedric Ryngaert: Arrest and Detention
13: Sergey Vasiliev: Trial
14: David Re: Appeal
15: Kevin Jon Heller: Completion
16: Luc Reydams, Jan Wouters, and Cedric Ryngaert: Conclusions