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|Notes:||A GlassHouse book.|
|Description:||xviii, 182 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The concept of the civilian : war, law and post-conflict justice --
The enforcement of civilian protections : the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia --
Laws of protection? The historical emergence of the concept of the civilian --
Patterns of prosecution : unlawful victimization, its victims and their visibility at the ICTY --
The adjudication of civilian identities : legal recognition, participation and trial proceedings --
Recognizing all? The collective victimization of a civilian population --
International criminal trials : civilian subjects, legal practices and progressive futures.
|Series Title:||Transitional justice.|
"The Concept of the Civilian: Legal Recognition, Adjudication and the Trials of International Criminal Justice offers a critical account of the legal shaping of civilian identities by the processes of international criminal justice. It draws on a detailed case-study of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to explore two key issues central to these justice processes: firstly, how to understand civilians as a social and legal category of persons and secondly, how legal practices shape victims' identities and redress in relation to these persons. Integrating socio-legal concepts and methodologies with insights from transitional justice scholarship, Claire Garbett traces the historical emergence of the concept of the civilian, and critically examines how the different stages of legal proceedings produce its conceptual form in distinction from that of combatants. This book shows that the very notions of civilian protection and redress that underpin current practices of international criminal justice continue to evoke both definitional difficulties and analytic contestation"--
"Garbett draws on a detailed case study of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia to explore two issues central to these justice processes: how to understand civilians as a
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