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Steinberg, Richard H.
Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY.
Dordrecht : BRILL, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard H Steinberg
|Description:||1 online resource (xxvi, 316 pages)|
|Contents:||Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introduction: Alternative Visions --
ch. 1 Constructing the Legacy of the ICTY / Richard H. Steinberg --
ch. 2 National Ownership: The Key Concept of the Tribunal's Legacy Vision / Patrick L. Robinson --
ch. 3 Visions of the Legacy / Ed Kronenburg --
pt. II The ICTY Legacy Strategy and Legacy Projects: Views from the Tribunal and Other International Organizations --
ch. 4 Outstanding Questions / Geoffrey Robertson --
ch. 5 Creating a Legacy that Supports Sustainable Rule of Law in the Region / Patrick L. Robinson --
ch. 6 The Legacy of the ICTY: Fair Trials and Cooperation with Local Courts / Serge Brammertz --
ch. 7 Optimizing the Effectiveness of the Knowledge Transfer: The Significance of Inter-Institutional Cooperation between the ICTY, ODIHR, and UNICRI / Janez Lenarcic --
ch. 8 Peace Building and Security Through Information / Francesco Marelli. Contents note continued: ch. 9 The Legacy of the ICTY: Multiple Levels of Cooperation and Necessary Undertakings / John Hocking --
ch. 10 The ICTY Legacy Strategy and Legacy Projects of the ICTY / Pierre Mirel --
pt. III Plans for the Long Term: The Residual Mechanism(s) and the ICTY Archives and Information Centers --
ch. 11 Core Issues: Establishing Archives and the Residual Mechanism / Navanethem Pillay --
ch. 12 The Role of the UN Security Council in Preserving the Legacy of the Tribunals: Establishment of a Residual Mechanism and Preservation of Archives / Konrad G. Buehler --
ch. 13 A Home Away from Home / Peter van der Vliet --
ch. 14 How Best to Preserve the Records of the ICTY / Elizabeth Emmerson --
ch. 15 The Role of the UN Archives in the Long-Term Legacy of the ICTY / Bridget Sisk --
ch. 16 The Availability and Accessibility of ICTY Archives via Information Centers / Catherine Marchi-Uhel. Contents note continued: ch. 17 Preserving the ICTY Legacy Through Partnership, Oversight, and a Regional Institution / Natasa Kandic --
ch. 18 The Critical Role of the Security Council in Preserving the Long-Term Legacy of the Tribunal / Larry D. Johnson --
pt. IV Importance of the ICTY Legacy for Victims and Communities in the Former Yugoslavia --
ch. 19 Everything to Everyone: Debate over the Final Location of the ICTY Archives / Gabrielle Kirk McDonald --
ch. 20 The Need for Large-Scale Victim Reparations / Vesna Terselic --
ch. 21 History, Myths, and the Promotion of Truth: Transforming the ICTY Legacy into a Living Memorial / Mirsad Tokaca --
ch. 22 Victims' Perspectives / Edin Ramulic --
ch. 23 The Relevance of the ICTY Legacy for the Victims and Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Smail Cekic --
ch. 24 Building the ICTY Legacy for Local Communities / Mirko Klarin. Contents note continued: ch. 25 A Long Road Yet to Reconciliation: The Impact of the ICTY on Reconciliation and Victims' Perceptions of Criminal Justice / Refik Hodzic --
ch. 26 The ICTY Legacy in Finding Missing Persons / Lina Milner --
ch. 27 Historical Reflection and Peace Building for the Region / Kelly Askin --
ch. 28 The Archives as a Means of Confronting the Past / Bogdan Ivanisevic --
ch. 29 Turning Darkness into Light: The Quest for Justice by Srebrenica's Mothers / Munira Subasic --
pt. V Building the Capacity of National Legal Systems in the Region --
ch. 30 The Legacy of the ICTY: National and International Efforts in Capacity Building / Mark S. Ellis --
ch. 31 UN Capacity Building: Basing Efforts on Nationally-Assessed Goals, Policies, and Needs / Shelley Inglis --
ch. 32 The European Union and Its Role in Providing Support to the Regional Entities / Vincent Degert --
ch. 33 U.S. Efforts to Build Capacity in the Former Yugoslavia / Barbara M. Carlin. Contents note continued: ch. 34 The ICTY's Continuation Strategy: Partnership with Regional Judges and Attorneys / Fausto Pocar --
ch. 35 International Facilitation of the Self-Determined Development of the Legal System of the Former Yugoslavia / Bakone Justice Moloto --
ch. 36 The Evolution of Capacity Building Through Direct Interaction: A Prosecutor's Perspective / Norman Farrell --
ch. 37 Capacity Building: The Institutional War Crimes Legacy of the ICTY and the International Donor Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina / David Schwendiman --
ch. 38 Lessons for Teachers: Reflections on the Implementation of Capacity Building Programs in the Former Yugoslavia / Ivan Jovanovic --
pt. VI National War Crimes Proceedings: Views of Judges, Prosecutors, and Others in the Region --
ch. 39 The Transplant of Customary Law and ICTY Jurisprudence to the Courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Meddzida Kreso --
ch. 40 Long-Term Accountability / Milorad Barasin. Contents note continued: ch. 41 The Independence of the Croatian Judiciary / Branko Hrvatin --
ch. 42 Prosecution of War Crimes in Croatia / Mladen Bajic --
ch. 43 Creating a Legacy of Cooperation / Sinisa Vazic --
ch. 44 On Regional Cooperation, Progress, and the International Legacy of the ICTY / Vladimir Vukcevic --
pt. VII The Way Forward --
ch. 45 The Impact of Discourse on the Legacy of the Tribunal / Richard Dicker --
ch. 46 The Way Forward / Patrick L. Robinson --
ch. 47 Key Elements and Leading Actors in the Comprehensive Legacy Strategy of the Tribunal / John Hocking --
ch. 48 Rule of Law and the Ambition of a Regional Legacy: Overcoming Political Challenges / Richard H. Steinberg --
ch. 49 The ICTY Legacy Strategy: Responsibilities and Abilities of the International Community and The Netherlands / Ernst Hirsch Ballin --
ch. 50 Preserving the Legacy of the ICTY: A Blueprint for the Future / Srdan Arnaut --
ch. 51 The Effect of the ICTY on the Region / Ivan Simonovic. Contents note continued: ch. 52 Creating a Legacy for Robust Defense / Tomislav Visnjic --
pt. VIII Conclusions: Convergence and Hope --
ch. 53 Constructing the Legacy: Convergence Among the Stakeholders / Richard H. Steinberg --
ch. 54 Hope for the Future of Justice / Ernst Hirsch Ballin --
ch. 55 The Virtues of Patience and Open Discourse / Patrick L. Robinson.
|Responsibility:||edited by Richard H. Steinberg.|
- International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991.
- International criminal courts.
- War crime trials -- Yugoslavia.
- Yugoslav War, 1991-1995 -- Atrocities.
- LAW -- International.
- War crime trials.