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International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
ICTR Legal Library – Bibliothèque Juridique du TPIR
Second Edition • 2ème édition
2012
ICTR Special Bibliography
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
A Special Bibliography
Bibliographie spéciale
ICTR Legal Library – Bibliothèque Juridique du TPIR
Edition 2012
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Note
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not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city
or area, or of its authorities , or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.
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Table of Contents
Introduction...................................................................................................................... iv
Introduction...................................................................................................................... vi
Books and Book Chapters...............................................................................................1
Articles from Journals / Periodicals............................................................................. 25
Cases : Notes, Comments and Summaries.................................................................. 55
Conferences / Symposiums.......................................................................................... 62
Published and Unpublished Theses.............................................................................. 64
Title Index /Index par Titres..........................................................................................74
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs................................................................................119
Introduction
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s the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) implements its Completion
Strategy, its Legal Library and Reference Unit has undertaken measures to update
the Tribunal’s Special Bibliography with a 2012 edition. This new edition is intended
to facilitate access to the increasing volume of published documents on the work of
the Tribunal. The publication provides access to a broad range of documents covering
various areas, including the Tribunal’s establishment, its cooperation with national
courts, its case law and contribution to the development of international criminal law.
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
The 2012 edition contains more than 250 additional titles and will feature the
author and a title index at the end of the bibliography to enable users to easily
locate references through the booklet. To provide the user with an access to a wide
range of literature related to the work of the Tribunal, the content of the bibliography
is arranged in accordance with the types of documents. The 2012 edition includes
books, book chapters, articles from different journals and periodicals, comments
and notes on judicial cases and conference reports. It also includes published and
unpublished theses from select academic institutions in Rwanda and around the world.
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The compilation of the 2012 Special Bibliography relied on similar methods used
to compile previous editions. These methods include consultation of the ICTR online
library catalog and detailed research into ICTR jurisprudence via external online
legal sources such as: Peace Palace Library, Library of Congress Catalog, Worldcat,
EBSCO, Westlaw, LexisNexis, HeinOnline and JSTOR. It is worth noting that the
current edition has referenced a number of resources which did not feature in the
2011 Special Bibliography. However, since the listing exercise is not exhaustive due
to the continuous release of publications, we hope to include any missing publication
in future volumes.
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We would therefore appreciate any feedback you may have to offer as we
endeavor to provide our users with increasingly comprehensive and accessible tools
on ICTR jurisprudence.
For comments and suggestions, please contact us at ictrlib@un.org or
mutwaza@un.org
Sincerely,
Pascal Besnier
Acting Registrar
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ans le cadre de la stratégie de fin de mandat du Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda (TPIR), la Section de la Bibliothèque Juridique et des Services
de Référence du Tribunal a entrepris d’actualiser la bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
en publiant sa 2eme Edition 2012. Cette nouvelle Edition vise à faciliter l’accès
à un nombre de plus en plus croissant de la littérature consacrée aux travaux du
Tribunal. Les utilisateurs de la bibliothèque constateront que la présente édition leur
permet d’accéder à un large éventail des publications couvrant des domaines aussi
variés que la création du Tribunal, sa coopération avec les juridictions nationales, sa
jurisprudence et sa contribution au développement du droit pénal international.
L’Edition 2012 de la Bibliographie spéciale comporte plus de 250 titres
supplémentaires et, à la fin, un index d’auteurs et de titres qui permet aux utilisateurs
de retrouver facilement la référence des documents dans ce livret.
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
Le classement s’est fait par types de document à savoir : livres, chapitres de livres,
articles tirés de différentes revues ou périodiques, notes et commentaires sur des
affaires, actes de conférences, rapports, et thèses publiées ou inédites d’établissements
universitaires de premier plan du Rwanda et d’autres pays.
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La méthode de compilation de l’Edition 2012 est la même que celle de l’édition
précédente. Il s’agit de l’exploitation du catalogue en ligne de la bibliothèque du
TPIR, la recherche approfondie dans la jurisprudence du TPIR par le dépouillement de
catalogues juridiques en ligne d’autres institutions comme la Bibliothèque du Palais
de la paix et la Bibliothèque du Congrès, ainsi que les bases de données comme
Worldcat, EBSCO, Westlaw, Lexis Nexis, HeinOnline et JSTOR.
Cette deuxième Edition présente de nombreuses références des documents qui
n’apparaissaient pas dans l’Edition spéciale de 2011. Toutefois, elle ne prétend pas à
l’exhaustivité et la compilation restera permanente eu égard à la parution sans cesse
de nouveaux titres sur le TPIR.
Nous nous efforçons de mettre à la disposition de nos usagers un outil de plus
en plus complet leur permettant d’accéder à la jurisprudence du TPIR. À cet effet,
nous vous saurions gré de bien vouloir envoyer vos commentaires et suggestions par
courriel aux adresses suivantes : ictrlib@un.org ou mutwaza@un.org
Le Greffier par intérim du TPIR
Pascal Besnier
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Books and Book Chapters
ACKERMAN, John E.; O’SULLIVAN, Eugene. Practice and procedure of the
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: with selected materials from
the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The Hague, London, and Boston: Kluwer
Law International, 2000, 555 p. ISBN: 90-411-1478-5.
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ADJOVI, Roland. Le transfert d’affaires sous l’article 11bis du règlement de procédure et
de preuve du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: l’affaire Michel Bagaragaza,
Regards sur les droits de l’homme en Afrique. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2008, pp. 165-189.
ADJOVI, Roland; MAZERON, Florent. L’essentiel de la jurisprudence du TPIR depuis sa
création jusqu’ en Septembre 2002. In: Actualité et Droit International, Février 2003.
ADJOVI, Roland; MAZERON, Florent. Chronique de la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda (1995-2002). In: African Yearbook of International Law
2003, pp.493-591.
ADJOVI, Roland. Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. In: Recueil juridique
des droits de l’homme en Afrique: Vol. 2: 2000-2004, Tome I. Bruxelles: Bruylant,
2005, 207-316 pp.
AFRICAN RIGHTS. Jean-Paul Akayesu: premier cas à faire l’objet de poursuites devant
le Tribunal criminel international à Arusha, Tanzanie. In: Témoin du génocide, numéro
4, septembre 1996, London: African Rights, 1996, 59 p.
AKHAVAN, Payam. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Dai tribunali
penali internazionali ad hoc a una corte permanente: atti del Convegno, Roma 1996,
15-16 dicembre 1995.
AKHAVAN, Payam. Contributions of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda to development of definitions of crimes against humanity and
genocide, Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at the meeting
of its executive council. In: American Society of International Law, Vol. 94, 2000, pp.
279-284.
AKHAVAN, Payam. The new frontiers of judicial enforcement: The International Criminal
Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda in international human rights monitoring
mechanisms: Essays in Honour of Jakob Th. Moller, Vol. 7. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff
Publishers, 2001, pp. 441-456.
Books and Book Chapters
ICTR Special Bibliography
AKHAVAN, Payam. Evolution of Substantive International Criminal Law through
Specialized International Criminal Tribunals and the ICC: Contributions of the
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda to development
of the definition of genocide. In: American Society of International Law Proceedings,
Vol. 94, April 2000, pp. 279-285.
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AFANDE, Koffi Kumelio A. Continuing or recommencing proceedings before the ICTR
in the absence of a judge: A comparative overview. In: Protecting Humanity: Essays in
international law and policy in honour of Navanethem Pillay, EBOE-OSUJI, Chile (Ed.),
Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2010, pp. 277-332.
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AKSAR, Yusuf. Implementing international humanitarian law: from the ad hoc tribunals
to a permanent International Criminal Court. London: New York: Routledge, 2004, 314
p. ISBN: 0-714-68470-8.
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ALTHUIS, Paul Van; WOLF, Willem Van der. The Rwanda Tribunal: the cases. Volume
1C, Nijmegen: Global Law Association, 2000. ISSN 1386-470X.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Tribunal Criminel International pour le Rwanda: procès
et problèmes. Paris: Amnesty International, 1998, 42 p.
APTEL, Cécile. Overview of the Statute of the ICTR. In: Human Rights Law in Africa
1998, Vol. 3, HEYNS, Christof (Ed.), The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2001, pp.
93-96. ISBN 90-411-1578-1.
APTEL, Cécile. Overview of the Statute of the ICTR. In: Human Rights Law in Africa
1998, Vol. 3, 2001: pp. 93-96.
APTEL, Cécile. Les impératifs de l’accusation. L’accusation: l’expérience du TPIR, pp.
85-96. In: La répression internationale du génocide rwandais. Burgorgue-Larsen,
Laurence (Dir.), Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2003, 351 p.
ARBOUR, Louise. The development of a coherent system of rules of international
criminal procedure and evidence before the ad hoc international tribunals for the former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda, Les systèmes comparés de justice pénale: de la diversité au
rapprochement = Comparative criminal justice systems : from diversity to rapprochement,
1998 : pp. 371-381.
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
ARBOUR, Louise. The status of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda: goals and results. In: Hofstra Law and Policy Symposium, Vol.
3, No. 1, 1999, pp. 37-42.
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ARBOUR, Louise (Ed.) [et al]. The prosecutor of a Permanent International Criminal
Court = Le procureur d’une cour pénale internationale permanente = El fiscal de una
Corte Penal Internacional Permanente. In: International Workshop in co-operation with
the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals (ICTY and ICTR).
Freiburg in Breisgau: IUSCRIM, 2000, 121 p. ISBN: 3-86113-939-1.
ARNOLD, Pascal. Der UNO-sicherheitsrat und die strafrechtliche verfolgung von
individuen: die ad hoc Tribunale zur Verfolgung von Kriegsverbrechen im ehemaligen
Jugoslawien und in Ruanda sowie das statut des Internationalen strafgerichtshofs. Basel;
Geneva: Munich: Helbing Lichtenhahn, 1999. ISBN 3-7140-1831-8.
ASCENSIO, Hervé. Les tribunaux ad hoc pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour le Rwanda.
In: Droit international pénal, ASCENSIO, Hervé, DECAUX, Emmanuel & PELLET, Alain
(Eds.), Paris: Pedone, 2000.
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ASCENSIO, Hervé; MAISON, Rafaëlle. L’activité des Tribunaux pénaux internationaux
pour l’ex-Yougoslavie (1995-1997) et pour le Rwanda (1994-1997). In: Annuaire
Français de Droit International, Vol. 43, 1998, pp. 368-402.
ASCENSIO, Hervé. Remarques à propos du rôle des organisations non
gouvernementales dans l’activité du TPIR. In: La répression internationale du génocide
rwandais. Burgorgue-Larsen, Laurence (Ed.), Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2003, pp. 185-192.
ISBN 2-8027-1746-4.
ASHKOURI, Michael. Can a defendant be charged with offenses under two or more
articles of the ICTR statute based on the same act(s)? If so can s/he be convicted of two
or more crimes based on the same act(s): memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor?
London: New England School of Law? International War Crimes Project. Rwanda
Genocide Prosecution, 2000, IV-28 p.
BADAR, Mohamed Elewa. Participation in crimes in the jurisprudence of the ICTY and
ICTR. In: Routledge handbook of international criminal law, SCHABAS, William A. (Ed);
BERNAZ, Nadia (Ed.), Oxon: Routledge, 2011, pp. 247-270.
BALL, Howard (Ed.). Machete genocide in Rwanda and the International Criminal
Tribunal. In: Prosecuting war crimes and genocide: the twentieth-century experience,
BALL, Howard. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1999, pp. 155-187. ISBN
0-7006-0977-6.
BASSIOUNI, M. Cherif (Ed). The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
In: International Criminal Law, Vol.3, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008, ISBN:
978-90-0416-530-4.
BEIGBEDER, Yves. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Judging criminal
leaders: the slow erosion of impunity. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Vol. 55,
pp. 97-120.
BEIGBEDER, Yves; BOVEN, Theo Van. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
In: Judging criminal leaders: the slow erosion of impunity, Vol. 55: pp. 97-120.
BEMBA, Joseph. Troisième partie: Liberté d’expression, tribunal pénal international pour
le Rwanda: enseignements généraux. In: Justice internationale et liberté d’expression:
les médias face aux crimes internationaux, Paris: L’Harmattan, 2008, pp. 305-339.
Books and Book Chapters
ICTR Special Bibliography
BEIGBEDER, Yves. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: International
justice against impunity: progress and new challenges, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, 2005,
pp. 93-112.
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BERGERON, James. Electronic monitoring of pre-trial detainees of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: New England School of Law. Rwanda Genocide
Prosecution Project, 7 May 2002, 36 p.
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BERGSMO, Morten; CISSE, Catherine, [et al.]. The prosecutors of the international
tribunals : the cases of the Nuremberg and Tokyo Tribunals, the ICTY and ICTR, and the
ICC compared =
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BESNIER, Pascal. L’avocat devant le TPIR de la difficulté de maîtriser la “mixité” de la
procédure. In: La répression internationale du génocide rwandais, Burgorgue-Larsen,
Laurence (Ed.), Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2003, pp. 185-192. ISBN 2-8027-1746-4.
BIJU-DUVAL, Jean-Marie. Le “procès des médias” devant le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda: libres propos. In: La justice pénale internationale dans les décisions
des tribunaux ad hoc: études des Law Clinics en droit pénal international, FRONZA,
Emmanuela; MANACONDA, Stefano, Milano: Giuffrè, 2003, pp. 250 -263.
BIJU-DUVAL, Jean-Marie. Les références aux droits nationaux en matière procédurale
: l’expérience d’un avocat de la défense devant le TPIR. In: Delmas-Marty (Mireille),
Fronza (Emanuela) et Lambert-Abdelgawad (Elisabeth) (sous la direction de), Les
sources du droit international pénal. L’expérience des tribunaux pénaux internationaux
et le statut de la Cour pénale internationale, Paris : Société de législation comparée,
2004, 488 p., coll. de l’Unité mixte de recherche de droit comparé de Paris (Université
de Paris I/CNRS UMR 8103), Vol. 7, pp. 421-424.
BIZIMANA, Jean Damascène. La contribution du Tribunal criminel international pour
le Rwanda à l’édification de la justice pénale international. 2004, 588 p. ISBN:
9782284047629.
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
BLAKESLEY, Christopher L. Atrocity and its prosecution: the Ad Hoc tribunals for the
Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. In: McCormack Timothy L.H. & Gerry J. Simpson. The
law of war crimes: national and international approaches, The Hague: Kluwer Law
International, 1997, pp. 189-224. ISBN 90-411-0273-6.
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BLEWITT, Graham T. The international criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda, Justice for crimes against humanity. Oxford; Portland: Hart Publishing, 2003,
pp. 145-160.
BOED, Roman. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: International Criminal
Law, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Vol. 3, 2008. ISBN: 9789004165304.
BOED, Roman. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Post-conflict justice,
Transnational Publisher, 2002, pp 487-520.
BOOTH, Cherie. Prospects and issues for the International Criminal Court: Lessons from
Yugoslavia and Rwanda. In: From Nuremberg to the Hague: The future of International
Criminal Justice, Sands, Philippe (Ed.), 2003, 157 p.
BOOT, Machteld. The ad hoc International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia
and for Rwanda. In: Genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes: Nullum
crimen sine lege and the subject matter jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court,
Intersentia, 2002, pp.223-308.
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BRETON-LE GOFF, Gaelle; SARIS, Anne. Comment accéder au TPIR = Accessing ICTR
= Uko wagera ku rukiko mpuzamahanga ku Rwanda, Montreal: Droits et Démocratie,
2000. ISBN: 2-922084-28-0.
BRETON LE-GOFF, Gaelle. Coalition for women’s human rights in conflict situations,
analysis of trends in sexual violence prosecutions in indictments by the International
Criminal for Rwanda (ICTR) from Novemeber 1995 to November 2002, 2002.
BROUWER, Anne-Marie De. Supranational criminal prosecution of sexual violence: the
ICC and the practice of the ICTY and the ICTR, The Hague, Tilburg: Intersentia, 2005,
311 p. ISBN: 90-5095-533-9.
BURGHARDT, Boris. DieVorgesetztenverantwortlichkeit im völkerrechtlichen
Straftatsystem: eine Untersuchung zur Rechtsprechung der internationalen
Strafgerichtshöfe für das ehemalige Jugoslawien und Ruanda, International Tribunal for
Rwanda.; 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, Berlin: BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verl, 2008.
BURGORGUE-LARSEN, Laurence. De la difficulté de réprimer le génocide rwandais
l’expérience du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. In: Un siècle de droit
international humanitaire: centenaire des Conventions de la Haye et cinquantenaire
des Conventions de Genève, TAVERNIER, Paul; BURGORGUE-LARSEN, Laurence.
Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2001, pp. 151-183. ISBN 2-8027-1461-9.
BUSS, Doris. Learning our Lessons?: The Rwanda tribunal record on prosecuting rape,
ABINGDON: Routledge, 2010, pp.61-75.
BYRON, Dennis. The judicial work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
- Summary, Justice and Reconciliation: An integrated approach, BERUTO, Gian Luca
(Ed.), 2006, pp. 31-38.
BYRON, Dennis. The judicial work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda:
summary. In: Justice and reconciliation: an integrated approach, International Institute
of Humanitarian Law: Sanremo, 2007, pp. 34–37.
CAPALDO, Giuliana Ziccardi, (Ed.). The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In:
The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, Vol. 1, 2009,
pp. 459-491.
Books and Book Chapters
ICTR Special Bibliography
BYRON, Dennis, Hate speech and the Rwanda genocide: ICTR. In: Protecting Humanity:
essays in international law and policy in honour of Navanethem Pillay. In: Leiden:
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2001, pp. 53-60.
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CASSESE, Antonio, [et al.]. ICTR, In the matter of Théoneste Bagosora, Trial Chamber,
Decision on the application by the prosecutor for a formal request for deferral, 17 May
1996. In: International Criminal Law: Cases & commentary, Oxford: Oxford University,
2011, pp. 526-527.
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CASSESE, Antonio, [et.al.]. ICTR, Prosecutor v. Kanyabashi, Trial Chamber, Decision on
the Defence motion on jurisdiction, 18 June 1997. In: International Criminal Law: Cases
& commentary, Oxford: Oxford University, 2011, pp. 526.
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CISSE, Catherine. An assessment of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In:
The legal profession and the protection of human rights in Africa, ANKUMAH, Evelyn
A. (Ed); KWAKWA, Edward K. (Ed), 1999, pp. 97-101.
CISSE, Catherine. The end of the culture of impunity in Rwanda? Prosecution of genocide
and war crimes before Rwandan courts and the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. In: Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 1, 1998, pp.161-188.
CISSÉ, Catherine. Premier bilan des activités judiciaires du Tribunal pénal international
pour Rwanda. In: African Yearbook of International Law = Annuaire africain de droit
international, Vol. 4, 1996, pp. 269-278.
CÔTÉ, Luc. Compliance with the laws of war: the role of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. In: International Law and Organization: Closing the compliance
Gap, LUCK, Edward C. (Ed); DOYLE, Michael W. (Ed), Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield,
2004. ISBN: 0-7425-2992-4.
COTÉ, Luc. Le tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: un tribunal dans la tourmente.
In: L’Afrique des Grands Lacs, Vol. 2005-2006, 2005, pp. 415-442.
CROSS, Requel. The relevance of the Eichmann, Barbie and Finta trials for the ICTR.
Memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor: Case Western Reserve University School
of Law. International War Crimes Project, 2003, 40 p.
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CRUVELLIER, Thierry. Court of remorse: inside the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2010. ISBN: 978-0-299-23674-8.
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CRUVELLIER, Thierry. Le tribunal des vaincus: un Nuremberg pour le Rwanda? Paris:
Calmnan –Levy, 2006, 269p.
DAVIES, Richard. Proving the nexus between a criminal defendant and the criminal
conducts of subordinates and associates in war crimes charges pursuant to Article 4 of
the ICTR: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda: New England School of Law. International War Crimes Project. Rwanda
Genocide Prosecution, 2001, 34 p.
DAVIES, Richard. Proving the nexus between a criminal defendant and the criminal
conducts of subordinates and associates in war crimes charges pursuant to Article 4 of
the ICTR: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda New England School of Law. International War Crimes Project. Rwanda
Genocide Prosecution, 2001, 34 p.
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DECAUX, Emmanuel; DIENG, Adama; SOW, Malick. Les crimes de guerre dans la
jurisprudence du Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda: les difficultés d’une
“toute première tentative”. In: From Human Rights to International Criminal Law: Studies
in Honour of an African Jurist, the Late Judge, 2007. ISBN: 9789004160552
DECAUX, Emmanuel; DIENG, Adama; SOW, Malick (Ed.). From human rights to
international criminal law: studies in honour of an African jurist, the Late Judge Laity
Kama = Des droits de l’homme au droit international pénal: études en l’honneur d’un
juriste africain, feu le juge Laïty Kama, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007, 774 p.
DECAUX, Emmanuel. Rwanda: un génocide du XXe siècle. In: La mise en place de
juridictions pénales internationales ad hoc, Paris: L’Harmattan, 1995, pp. 93-98.
DELAPLACE, Edouard. La notion de groupe dans la jurisprudence du TPIR. In: La
répression internationale du génocide rwandais, Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2003, pp.
269-279. ISBN 2-8027-1746-4.
DESTEXHE, Alain; FORET, Michel. Justice internationale: de Nuremberg à la Haye et
Arusha, Bruxelles: Bruylant, 1997, 143 p. ISBN 2-8027-1019-2.
DITEWIG, Y.; INGADOTTIR, Th. Cumulative charges of genocide and war crimes in the
practice of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: The New International
Criminal Law: 2001 International Law Session, KOUFA, Kalliopi (Ed), Athens: Sakkoulas
Publications, 2003, pp. 951-971. ISBN: 960301737X.
DORMANN, Knut. Contributions by the ad hoc tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda to the on going work on elements of crimes in the context of the ICC. In:
American Society of International Law, Vol.94, 2000, pp.284-286.
FIERENS, Jacques. La qualification de génocide devant le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda et devant les juridictions rwandaises. In: Actualité du droit international
humanitaire, Bruxelles: Charte, 2001: pp.181-209.
FLOYD, John. International injustice: Rwanda, genocide and cover-up: the United
Nations media trial, Kabuki Press, 2005.
Books and Book Chapters
ICTR Special Bibliography
ELTRINGHAM, Nigel. Judging the “crime of crimes”: continuity and improvisation at the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Transitional justice: global mechanisms
and local realities after genocide and mass violence, LABAN HINTON, Alexander
(Ed), Rutgers University Press, 2010. ISBN: 9780813547619.
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FOFE DJOFIA MALEWA, Jean-Pierre. La question de la preuve devant le Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda: le cas Cyangugu. Paris : L’Harmattan, 2006, 292 p.
ISBN: 2-7475-9361-4.
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FOMETE, Jean-Pelé, De l’articulation entre le national et l’international à la lumière de
la stratégie d’achèvement du Tribunal Pénal International Pour le Rwanda. In: African
Yearbook of International Law (Brill), Vol. 14, Issue 1, 2006, pp. 125-144.
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FOMETE, Jean-Pelé. Countdown to 2010: a critical overview of the completion strategy
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“A Comparison of the Yugoslavian and Rwandan war crimes tribunals: universal
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A comparative analysis of national and international legislation and jurisprudence
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A comparative analysis of two criminal procedure regimes: prosecuting genocide at
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A comparative study of protection of victims and witnesses before the international
criminal court (ICC) and international criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) p. 64
A comparison of the prosecution of crimes under the statute of the international criminal
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A critical analysis of the temporal jurisdiction of the International Criminal Tribunal for
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Acquittal in the face of sufficient evidence and requisite intent: the International Criminal
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A legal analysis of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda development of rape
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A legal standard of Appeal and review proceedings before International Criminal
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A perpetual possibility?: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’s recognition of
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A propos du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.26
A reappraisal of the abandoned Nuremberg concept of criminal organizations in the
context of justice in Rwanda, Criminal Law. p. 35
A war crimes community? The legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
beyond jurisprudence. p. 30
A war of media, words, newspapers, and radio stations: the ICTR media trial verdict and
a new chapter in the international law of hate speech. p. 32
A woman scorned for the “least condemned” war crime: precedent and problems
with prosecuting rape as a serious war crime in the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda: Nyiramasuhuko, Pauline: gender-based violence. p. 54
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Acquittal in the face of sufficient evidence and requisite intent: the International Criminal
Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia’s initial foray into genocide prosecution. p. 21
Ad hoc rules for ad hoc tribunals? The rule making power of the judges of the ICTY and
ICTR. p. 50
Africa and the globalization of justice : contributions and lessons from the International
Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 62
Akayesu. Judgment, 1 June 2001, Appeals Chamber. p. 58
An analysis of international criminal justice norms in national jurisdictions: implementing
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An analysis of the Kayishema and Ruzindana judgment in light of light of earlier
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An analysis of the standard and burden of proof in cases that involve sexual violence
in four international courts: European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights and
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An assessment of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.6
An assessment of risk associated with change and implication in the performance: A
case study of completion strategy of International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 71
An assessment of the impact of human resource management practices on employee
turnover: The case of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 65
An assessment of the role and effectiveness of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda and the Rwandan National Justice System in dealing with the mass atrocities
of 1994. p. 28
An international war crimes tribunal for Africa: problems and prospects. p. 44
Analyse critique de la lenteur des procès pénaux devant le tribunaux internationaux
AD HOC: Cas du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et Tribunal Pénal
International pour l’Ex-Yougoslavie. p. 72
Analyse critique de la protéction légale des témoins à charge devant le Tribunal Pénal
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Title Index /Index par Titres
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Analyse spécifique du crime de génocide dans le Tribunal pénal international pour le
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And Since Akayesu? The development of ICTR jurisprudence on gender crimes: a
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Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals, Vol. XXV: The International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda2006-2007. p. 13
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Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 1994-1999. p. 13
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals; Vol. 6, the International
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Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals; Vol. 7, the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 2005. p. 13
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Annotated leading cases of International Criminal Tribunals; Vol. 10, The International
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Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals; Vol. 18, the International
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Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals; Vol. 22, the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 2005. p. 13
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals; Vol. XXXI: The International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 28 November 2007-30 November 2008. p. 12
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals; Vol. XXXII: The International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, November-December 2008. p. 13
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Anti-Complementarily: referral to national jurisdictions by the UN International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p.48
“Appeals in the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals: structure, procedure, and
recent cases. p. 30
Appraising the role of the ICTR-Main Achievements of the ICTR. p. 41
Approche comparative des compétences du Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda et des juridictions nationales en matière de Génocide. p. 67
Arbeit der Internationalen Strafgerichtshofe fur das ehemalige Jugoslawien und Ruanda:
Herausforderungen fur die Anklage im internationalen Umfeld. p. 23
Arriving at Rwanda: extension of sexual assault prosecution under the Statutes of the Ad
Hoc International Criminal Tribunals. p. 48
Article 4 of the Statute of ICTR and the principle of nulla poena sine lege: memorandum
for the Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 21
Arusha et Kigali dans la répression du génocide rwandais: duel ou duo? p. 43
Assignment of counsel of choice to indigent accused at the ICTR: An Analysis of a threat
to fair trial rights and what may be done about it. p. 37
Atrocity and its prosecution: the Ad Hoc tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. p. 4
Avoiding belittlement of human suffering: A retributivist critique of ICTR sentencing
practices. p. 50
Award ceremony: presentation of the human rights award 2003 of the Friedrich-EbertStiftung to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 62
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Bagaragaza. Sentence, 5 November 2009,Trial Chamber. p. 59
Barayagwiza V. Prosecutor (decision, and decision (prosecutor’s request for review or
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1999 and March 31, 2000. p. 48
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Title Index /Index par Titres
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Basic documents and case law, 1995-2000. p.51
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Beating plowshares into swords - reconciling the sovereign right to self-determination
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Beyond victor’s justice? The challenge of prosecuting the winners at the international
criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p.45
Bikindi, Judgment and Sentence, 2 December 2008, Trial Chamber. p.59
Bikindi. Judgment, 18 March 2010, Appeals Chamber. p.60
Bilan des réalisations du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.68
Blazing a trail: ICTR establishes important precedents. p.44
Book Review, Searching for common humanity in the context of mass violence. p. 28
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Can a defendant be charged with offenses under two or more articles of the ICTR
statute based on the same act(s)? If so can s/he be convicted of two or more crimes
based on the same act(s): memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor? p. 3
Can Rwandan President Kagame be held Responsible at the ICTR for the Killing of
President Habyarimana? p. 47
Capacity-building efforts of the ICTR: A different kind of legacy. p.30
Cas du Tribunal International pour le Rwanda. p. 30
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
Case Study of Rape and Sexual Assault in the Judgments of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda (Akayesu and Musema) and the International Criminal Tribunal for the
Former Yugoslavia (Celebici, Furundzija, Kunarac, Todorovic, Skirica and Kvocka). p. 34
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Challenges of international criminal justice: the ICTR experience, colloquium of
Prosecutors of International Criminal Tribunals. p.63
Challenges of investigating and prosecuting International Crimes. p. 11
Challenges of proper completion and winding up of the ad hoc Tribunal – ICTR,
colloquium of Prosecutors of International Criminal Tribunals. p. 63
Challenging impunity? The failure of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to
prosecute Paul Kagame. p. 41
Changing the Rules of the game in the middle of play: The dilemma of procedural
development in the Rwanda Tribunal. p. 45
Chronique de jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: récents
jugements (décembre 2008 à novembre 2009). p. 29
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Chronique de jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (2006).
p.29
Chronique de la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (19952002). p.1
Citation directe and instituting prosecutions before the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. p. 69
Closing the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: completion strategy and
residual issues. p. 25
Coalition for women’s human rights in conflict situations, analysis of trends in sexual
violence prosecutions in indictments by the International Criminal for Rwanda (ICTR)
from Novemeber 1995 to November 2002. p.5
Collected student papers from the 2002 Seminar in international legal process:
the jurisprudence of the ICTY & ICTR, Seminar in international legal process: the
jurisprudence of the ICTY and ICTR. p. 23
Collected student papers from the 2002 Seminar in international legal process: the
jurisprudence of the ICTY & ICTR p.63
Command responsibility in the case law of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p.53
Commanding rape: sexual violence, command responsibility, and the prosecution of
superiors by the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda.
p. 37
Comment accéder au TPIR = Accessing ICTR = Uko wagera ku rukiko mpuzamahanga
ku Rwanda. p. 5
Commentary on the Musema judgment rendered by the United Nations International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, A p. 55
Compétence des tribunaux ad hoc pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda concernant les
crimes contre l’humanité et le crime de génocide. p. 47
Competence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 44
Compliance with the laws of war: the role of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p. 6
Complicity in genocide as understood through the ICTR experience. p. 44
Title Index /Index par Titres
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Commentary: The assignment of defence counsel before the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 53
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Complicity in genocide’ versus ‘aiding and abetting genocide’: constructing the
difference in the ICTR and ICTY statutes. p. 30
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Computers and international criminal law: high tech crimes and criminals: memorandum
for the Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 8
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Conflicts of justice - an analysis of the role of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p. 46
Conspiracy to commit genocide: Prosecutor v Jean Kambanda and Prosecutor v. Alfred
Musema 2001. p. 44
Conspiracy to commit genocide as understood through the jurisprudence of the
international criminal tribunal for Rwanda. p. 71
Constructing a hierarchy of crimes in International Criminal Law Sentencing. p. 29
Contemporary International Courts and Tribunals: The ICTR. p. 19
Continuing or recommencing proceedings before the ICTR in the absence of a judge: A
comparative overview p. 2
“Contributions by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to development of the
definition of genocide. p. 9
Contributions by the ad hoc tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda to the on
going work on elements of crimes in the context of the ICC. p. 7
Contributions of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the development of
international humanitarian law. p. 36
Contributions of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda to development of definitions of crimes against humanity and genocide,
Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at the meeting of its executive
council. p. 1
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
Co-operation with the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. p. 21
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Copping a plea to genocide: the plea bargaining of international crimes. p. 29
Countdown to 2010: a critical overview of the completion strategy of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR).In: From human rights to international criminal law:
studies in honour of an African jurist, the Late Judge Laïty Kama. p. 8
Court of remorse: inside the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 6
Courting Rwanda: The promises and pitfalls of the ICTR outreach programme. p. 45
“Crimes against humanity in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for
the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda,” p. 14; 40
Crime of Genocide in International Law: Appraising the Contribution of the UN Tribunal
for Rwanda. p. 16
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Crimes against humanity in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for
the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p. 40
Crimes against humanity, customary international law and the international tribunals for
Bosnia and Rwanda. p. 47
Crimes of sexual violence: The experience of the International Criminal Tribunal. p. 39
Crimes of the superior: the concept of superior responsibility applied before the ICTY
and ICTR and compared with the ICC statute. p. 71
Criminal Justice through international criminal tribunals: Reflections on some lessons for
National Criminal Justice Systems. p. 42 Criminal proceeding before the International
Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p. 19
Criminal responsibility of journalists under international criminal law: the ICTR
experience. p. 44
Cultural relativism in international war crimes prosecutions: the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 28
Cumulative charges of genocide and war crimes in the practice of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 7
Cumulative charges, convictions and sentencing at the Ad Hoc International Tribunals
for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p. 28
Cumulative Convictions and the Double Jeopardy Rule: Pursuing Justice at the ICTY and
the ICTR. p. 53
Current Developments in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p. 27
Currents developments at the ad hoc international criminal tribunals. p. 39; 42
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De l’ action civile résultant d’ une décision rendue par une juridiction pénale
Internationale: cas du tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 69
De l’Amicus Curiae devant les juridictions répressives Internationales et son impact sur la
décision du juge: cas du Tribunal pénal international pour Rwanda. p. 70
Title Index /Index par Titres
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De l’analyse du concours d’infraction au regard du crime de génocide et des crimes
contre l’humanité poursuivie devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 70
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De la compétence concurrente des juridictions nationales comme cause d’inégalité
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De la contribution de la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
à la conceptalisation juridique du crime de genocide. p.69
De la contribution de la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
à l’incrimination du crime de génocide. p. 71
De la difficulté de réprimer le génocide rwandais l’expérience du Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. p. 5
De la jonction d’instances: Cas du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et des
juridictions internes. p. 70
De la mise en liberté provisoire devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda.
p. 66
De la participation criminelle dans les crimes poursuivis devant le Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. p. 69
De la problématique de coopération judiciaire entre les Etats membres de l’ Organisation
des Nations Unies et le Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda au sujet de transfert
des présumés auteurs du génocide tutsi de 1994 au Rwanda. p.65
De la procédure du contre-interrogatoire dans les procès du Génocide: Cas du Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 70
De la répression symbolique à l’impunité du crime de génocide: Cas du Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. p. 69
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De l’articulation entre le national et l’international à la lumière de la stratégie
d’achèvement du Tribunal Pénal International Pour le Rwanda. p. 8
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Decision on the Prosecutor’s motion to withdraw the indictment: the prosecutor versus
Bernard Ntuyahaga, case no.: ICTR 98-40-T. p. 34
Defining Rape Internationally: A Comment on Akayesu. p. 58
Deontological retributivism and the legal practice of international jurisprudence: the
case of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 31
Der UNO-sicherheitsrat und die strafrechtliche verfolgung von individuen: die ad hoc
Tribunale zur Verfolgung von Kriegsverbrechen im ehemaligen Jugoslawien und in
Ruanda sowie das statut des Internationalen strafgerichtshofs. p. 2
Determining who is accountable for genocide: a case study of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 66
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Developing contextualized rationales for sentencing in International Criminal Trials: A
Plea for Empirical Research. p.33
Developing international rules of evidence for the Yugoslav and Rwanda Tribunals. p. 30
Developments in customary international law, theory and the practice of the
International Court of Justice and the international ad hoc criminal tribunals for Rwanda
and Yugoslavia. p. 21
Developments in customary international law: theory and the practice of the international
court of justice and international ad hoc Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia.
p. 21
Die Arbeit der Internationalen Strafgerichtshofe fur das ehemalige Jugoslawien und
Ruanda: Herausforderungen fur die Anklage im internationalen Umfeld. p.23
Die nationale Zusammenarbeit mit den Internationalen Straftribunalen für das ehemalige
Jugoslawien und für Ruanda. p. 22
Die UN-Tribunale fur Ex-Jugoslawien und Ruanda: Herausforderungen fur die
Angklagebehorde. p. 19
DieVorgesetztenverantwortlichkeit im völkerrechtlichen Straftatsystem : eine
Untersuchung zur Rechtsprechung der internationalen Strafgerichtshöfe für das
ehemalige Jugoslawien und Ruanda. p. 5
Disclosure of evidence before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 43
Disillusioned words like bullets bark: Incitement to genocide, music, and the trial of
Simon Bikindi. p. 59
Domestic trials for genocide and crimes against humanity: The example of Rwanda. p. 31
“Drafting of indictments for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda,” p. 44
Du Tribunal pénal international l pour le Rwanda: quelques considerations. p. 67
Electronic monitoring of pre-trial detainees of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p.4
Elements of crimes against humanity in the recent case law of the International Criminal
Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p.67
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Enforcement of sentences. p. 20
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Enforcement of sentences in ICTR, colloquium of Prosecutors of International Criminal
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Engendering Genocide: the Akayesu Case before the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. p. 20
Errors and missteps: key lessons the Iraqi Special Tribunal can learn from the ICTY, ICTR,
and SCSL. p. 48
Essays on ICTR procedure and evidence in honour of Gabrielle Kirk McDonald. p. 15
Etude comparative de la protection des victimes devant les juridictions pénales
internationales: cas du Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda et de la Cour
Pénale Internationale. p. 67
Evaluating the efficacy of the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the
Former Yugoslavia: Implications for Criminology and International Criminal Law. p. 54
Evolution of Substantive International Criminal Law through Specialized International
Criminal Tribunals and the ICC: Contributions of the International Criminal Tribunal for
the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda to development of the definition of genocide. p. 1
Expanding the frontiers of humanitarian law: The International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p. 38
“Extradition to the Rwandan war crimes tribunal: Is another treaty required?” p. 52
Ex-Yougoslavie, Rwanda: Les défis du tribunal pénal international. p. 19
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Failed rape prosecutors at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.31
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Fair trial rights: a case study at the ICTR. p. 29
Finding the best epistemic fit for International Criminal Tribunals: Beyond the Adversarial–
Inquisitorial Dichotomy. p. 35
First Annual Report of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons
Responsible for Genocide and Other Serious Violations. p. 34
French justice’s Endeavours to Substitute for the ICTR. p. 51
From human rights to international criminal law: studies in honour of an African jurist, the
Late Judge Laity Kama. p. 7
From Nuremberg to the Rwanda Tribunal: Justice or Retribution. p. 43
From the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the International Criminal Court:
expanding the definition of genocide to include rape. p. 40
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From Versailles to Rwanda in Seventy-Five years: The need to establish a Permanent
International Criminal Court. p. 27
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Gacumbitsi. Judgment, 17 June 2004, Trial Chamber. p. 60
Gender crimes jurisprudence in the ICTR: positive developments. p. 26
Gender-sensitive justice and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Lessons
learned for the International Criminal Court. p.45
Genocidal archives: the African context : genocide in Rwanda. p. 25
Genocidal conflict in Rwanda and the ICTR. p. 44
Genocide as prosecuted by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and
“Gacaca” Courts in Rwanda. p.8
Genocide in East Timor- calling for an International Criminal Tribunal for East Timor in
Light of Akayesu. p. 56
Genocide in Rwanda: detention and prison involvement. p. 38
Genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. p.22
Genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity: topical digests of the case law of
the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the International Criminal Tribunal
for the Former Yugoslavia. p. 10
Groups protected by the genocide convention: conflicting interpretations from the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 48
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Hate speech and the Rwanda genocide: ICTR. p. 5
Hearing the cry without answering the call: rape, genocide, and the Rwandan Tribunal.
p. 38
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Guilty Pleas in International Criminal Law: Constructing a Restorative Justice Approach.
p. 59
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Hierarchy of sources for choice of law at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
and Yugoslavia: memorandum to the Deputy Prosecutor International Criminal Tribunal
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History and future of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
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How effective are international criminal tribunals? An analysis of the ICTY and ICTR. p. 26
How have the International Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda and the
International Criminal Court addressed the needs and influenced the treatment of victims
of sexual violence who provide evidence in international criminal proceedings? p. 71
How the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda is a crucial element in the
re-establishment of a new situation of peace and security in Rwanda. p. 11
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ICTR in 2004: Three Case Notes. p. 57
ICTR quartery bibliography. p. 10
ICTR, Prosecutor v. Kanyabashi, Trial Chamber, Decision on the Defence motion on
jurisdiction, 18 June 1997. p. 6
ICTR: legal conditions of subordination in criminal law. Requirements to be a subordinate
to another person as a superior. p. 21
ICTR: Prosecuting genocide in Rwanda: the ICTR and national trials. p.14
ICTY and Rwanda Tribunal developments p. 24
Image and reality of war crimes justice: external perceptions of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 40
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
Impact of Human Rights Conventions on the two ad hoc Tribunals. p. 16
86
Implementation of humanitarian law by means of repression: the case of the International
Criminal for Rwanda. p. 31
Implementing international humanitarian law: from the ad hoc tribunals to a permanent
International Criminal Court. p. 2
“Improving the operation and functioning of the International Criminal Tribunals,” p. 42
In Pursuit of International Justice, the first four-year term of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda,” p. 27
In re-Surrender of Ntakirutimana, 184 F.3d 419. p. 29
In search of reconciliation and justice: the International Tribunal for Rwanda. p.64
In the matter of Théoneste Bagosora, Trial Chamber, Decision on the application by the
prosecutor for a formal request for deferral, 17 May 1996. p. 6
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Incitement to terrorism in media coverage: solutions to Al-Jazeera after the Rwandan
media trial. p. 56
Inconsistency and impunity in international human rights law: can the International
Court solve the problems raise by the Rwanda and Augusto Pinochet cases. p. 46
Individual criminal responsibility for violations of Article 3 common to the Geneva
Conventions of 1949 and of additional Protocol II thereto in the case law of the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.27
Infusing Due Process and the Principle of Legality into Contempt Proceedings before the
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 49
Infusing due process and the principle of legality into contempt proceedings before the
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 49
Innocent until alleged guilty: provisional release at the ICTR. p. 46
International crimes and the inter-relations of national and international jurisdiction:
justice in the wake of genocide: the case of Rwanda. p.41
International criminal courts: practice, procedure and problems relating to evidence:
privilege from testimony at the ICTY and the ICTR. p. 46
International criminal jurisdiction and international humanitarian law: The Tribunals for
the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. p. 35; 50
International Criminal Justice: from paper to practice – a contribution from the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the establishment of the International
Criminal Court. p.30
International criminal law: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 50
“International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda” p.20; 21; 42
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda – Genocide p. 33
International Criminal Tribunal and the Rwandan National Courts. p. 56
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Arusha: Ntakirutimana case. p. 34
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International criminal practice: the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former
Yugoslavia, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, the International Criminal
Court, the Special Court for Sierra Leone, the East Timor Special Panel for Serious
Crimes, War crimes prosecutions in Kosovo. p.11
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International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Case 5:
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The Prosecutor v. Sylvester Gacumbitsi (Case No. ICTR-2001-64-A. p. 9
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: justice delayed. p. 10
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: legal maxims: summaries and extracts from
selected case law. p.17
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments
1999. p.22
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments
1995-1997. p. 23
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments
2000. p. 23
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments
2001. p. 23
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgements
1999. p. 23
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgements
2000. p. 23
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: the prosecutor v. Serushago: February 5,
1999. p. 34
International Criminal Tribunals - A Comparative Study of the Tribunals in the Former
Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone. p. 43
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p.37; 39; 48
88
International humanitarian law from Nuremberg to Rome: the weighty precedents of the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 40
International injustice: Rwanda, genocide and cover-up: the United Nations media trial. p. 7
International justice after closure of the Ad Hoc Tribunals. p.19
International justice and domestic rebuilding: an analysis of the role of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 45
International justice in Rwanda and the Balkans, virtual trials and the struggle for state
cooperation. p. 18
International Law Genocide. U.N. Tribunal finds that mass media hate speech
constitutes genocide, incitement to genocide, and crimes against humanity. Prosecutor
v. Nahimana, Barayagwiza, and Ngeze (Media Case), Case no. ICTR-99-52-T (Int’l
Crim. Trib. for Rwanda Trial Chamber I Dec. 3, 2003). p. 34
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International law weekend proceedings: Groups protected by the genocide convention:
Conflicting interpretations from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 48
International Law Weekend Proceedings: Judgments rendered in 1999 by the
International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda: Tadic (app.
Ch.); Aleksovski (ICTY); Jelisic (ICTY); Ruzindana Kayishema (ICTR); Serushago (ICTR);
Rutaganda (ICTR). p. 26
International legal standards pertaining to sexual violence against displaced women in
times of armed conflict with special reference to the emerged jurisprudence at the ICTY
and the ICTR. p. 48
International sentencing facts and figures: Sentencing practice at the ICTY and ICTR. p. 34
International sentencing: from Leipzig (1923) to Arusha (1996). p. 20
International Tribunal for Rwanda. p.51
Internationale Strafgerichtshöfe: IMTN, IMTFE, ICTY und ICTR: die Angeklagten. p. 9
Interview du Procureur Richard Goldstone, In: La justice internationale face au drame
Rwandais. p. 18
Interview with Adama Dieng, Registrar of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p. 25
Interview with Navanethem Pillay, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p. 25
Into the heart of darkness: the case against the foray of the Security Council Tribunal
into the Rwandan crisis. p. 47
Introductory note to International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Prosecutor v. Munyakazi
- Appeals Chamber Decision on the prosecution’s Appeal against Decision on referral
under Rule 11bis. p. 31
Introductory Note to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Bagosora et al. v.
Prosecutor. p. 57
Introductory remarks on the establishment and operation of the international (ad hoc)
criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p. 17
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Uwinkindi. p. 57
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Jean Mpambara Case: Outlining culpable omissions in International Criminal Law. p.59
Jean-Paul Akayesu: premier cas à faire l’objet de poursuites devant le Tribunal criminel
international à Arusha, Tanzanie. p. 1
Judges and lawmaking at the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda. p. 72
Judging the “crime of crimes”: continuity and improvisation at the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p.7
Judgment and Sentence, 1 December 2003, Trial Chamber. Kajelijeli. p.61
Judgment and Sentence, 13 December 2005, Trial Chamber. Simba. p. 59
Judgment, 20 October 2010, Appeals Chamber. Kalimanzira. p. 56
Judgment, 23 May 2005, Appeals Chamber. Kajelijeli. Judgment. p. 58
Judgment, 25 February 2010, Trial Chamber. Setako. p. 61
Judgment, 6 July 2006, Appeals Chamber.Gacumbitsi. p.57
Judgments rendered in 1999 by the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and for Rwanda: Tadic (App. Ch.); Aleksovski (ICTY); Jelisic (ICTY);
Ruzindana & (and) Kayishema (ICTR); Serushago (ICTR); Rutaganda (ICTR). p.55
Judicial responses to mass violence: is the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
making a difference towards Reconciliation in Rwanda? p. 63
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
Jurisdiction of the ad hoc Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda over crimes
against humanity and genocide. p.47
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“Justice on Trial: The efficacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda,”. p. 32
Justice and reconciliation in the Great Lakes Region of Africa: the contribution of the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p. 25
Justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: are criticisms just? p. 12
Justice delayed is justice denied: The case of International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
p.70
Justice delayed, justice denied? : Provisional release in the ICTR practices. p. 33
Justice in Africa: Rwanda’s genocide, its courts and the UN Criminal Tribunal. p.14
Justice in an uncooperative world: ICTY and ICTR foreshadow ICC Ineffectiveness. p. 37
Justice in the Wake of Genocide: The Case of Rwanda. p.41
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Justice internationale: de Nuremberg à la Haye et Arusha. p. 7
Justice obscured: The Non-Disclosure of Witnesses’ Identities in ICTR Trials. p. 46
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Kajelijeli v. the Prosecutor - May 23, 2005 – Text of Decision. p.35
Kalimanzira. Judgment, 22 June 2009, Trial Chamber. p. 56
Kambanda v. Prosecutor: case no. ICTR97-23-A. p. 45
Kambanda v. Prosecutor: No. ICTR 97-23-A: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
Appeals Chamber, October 19, 2000. p. 50
Kambanda, Judgment, 19 October 2000, Appeals Chamber. p.58
Kamuhanda, Judgment, 22 January 2004, Trial Chamber. p.58
Kamuhanda. Judgment, 19 September 2005, Appeals Chamber. p.59
Karera. Judgment, 2 February 2009, Appeals Chamber. p.59
Kayishema and Ruzindana, Judgment, 21 May 1999, Trial Chamber. p. 55
Kayishema and Ruzindana, Reasons for judgment, 1 June 2001, Appeals Chamber. p. 55
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L’administration de la preuve en matière de violences sexuelles devant le Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. p. 67
L’application par les juridictions répressives internationales de l’article 3 commun aux
conventions de Genève et du protocole additionnel II aux dites conventions: Le cas du
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 72
L’égalité des armes au Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 64
L’entente en vue de commettre le génocide et son incrimination devant le Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda: Analyse légale et jurisprudence. p. 70
L’essentiel de la jurisprudence du TPIR depuis sa création jusqu’ en Septembre 2002.
p. 1
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L’effet dissuasif de la justice pénale internationale: Cas du tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda et de la cour penale internationale. p. 70
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L’expérience des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour le
Rwanda. p. 51
L’instruction préparatoire devant la juridiction pénale internationale. Cas du Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 69
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La compétence universelle en France: le cas des crimes commis en ex-Yougoslavie et
au Rwanda. p. 50
La competenza delle giurisdizioni di stati terzia ricercare e processare i responsabili dei
crimini nell’ex-Iugoslavia e nel Ruanda. p. 37
La contribution de la jurisprudence des Tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’exYougoslavie et le Rwanda à la concrétisation de l’incrimination du crime contre
l’humanité. p.15
La contribution du Tribunal criminel international pour le Rwanda à l’édification de la
justice pénale international. p. 4
La coopération des Etats avec le Tribunal pénal international pour Le Rwanda. p. 66
La découverte.”Vérité judiciaire” et “vérité du chercheur”: témoins et témoignages
devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 9
La détention préventive en droit pénal international: cas du TPIR. p. 67
La justice internationale face au drame rwandais - la défense de “présumés génocides”
: le difficile équilibre entre le droit international humanitaire et le respect des droits de
la personne. p. 14
La loi du 22 mars 1996 relative à la reconnaissance du Tribunal international pour l’exYougoslavie et duTribunal international pour le Rwanda et à la coopération avec ces
Tribunaux. p. 52
La notion de groupe dans la jurisprudence du TPIR. p. 7
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
La problématique de la compétence universelle face aux juridictions pénales
internationales ad hoc: Cas du TPIR. p.68
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La protection des femmes témoins et le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.8
La protection des témoins dans le cadre du procès pénal international : Le Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.65
La qualification de génocide devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et
devant les juridictions rwandaises. p. 7
La question de l’indemnisation des victimes du génocide devant le Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. p. 68
La question de la preuve devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda : le cas
Cyangugu. p. 8
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La répression des crimes pénaux par les juridictions internationales et la protection des
droits de l’homme: Le cas du TPIY & TPIR. p. 65
La responsabilité pénale individuelle devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda. p. 54
La responsabilité pénale internationale du supérieur hiérarchique dans la jurisprudence
du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 49
L’activité des Tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie (1995-1997) et
pour le Rwanda (1994-1997). p. 3
L’avocat devant le TPIR de la difficulté de maîtriser la “mixité” de la procedure. p.4
Law, Civil society and contested justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
p. 9
“Legal effect of rules of the International Criminal Tribunals and Court upon individuals:
emerging international law of direct effect,” p. 31
Le “procès des médias” devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: libres
propos. p. 4
Le crime d’incitation directe et publique à commettre le génocide et sa répression devant
le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: analyse légale et jurisprudentielle. p. 73
Le crime de génocide dans les premiers jugements du Tribunal international pour le
Rwanda. p. 39
Le crime de génocide devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 18
Le droit international humanitaire devant les tribunaux internationaux des Nations Unies
pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda. In: Les nouvelles frontières du droit international
humanitaire. p. 24
Le génocide dans la législation pénale française: comparaison avec la jurisprudence
internationale du TPIR. p. 11
Le rôle de l’OIPC-INTERPOL dans la poursuite des personnes suspectées d’avoir pris
part aux violations du droit international humanitaire commises au Rwanda en 1994:
cas des suspects recherchés par le TPIR. p. 68
Le Rwanda: une justice imparfaite. p. 17
Le système de prévue devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda p. 65
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Le respect du droit à un procès équitable en droit pénal international: Cas du Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda. p. 71
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Le transfert d’affaires sous l’article 11bis du règlement de procédure et de preuve du
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: l’affaire Michel Bagaragaza, Regards sur
les droits de l’homme en Afrique. p. 1
Le tribunal des vaincus: un Nuremberg pour le Rwanda? p.6
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Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (seconde partie). p. 32
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda : la justice trahie. p.46
Le Tribunal Pénal International Pour le Rwanda et la répression des crimes de guerre
p.12
Le tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et si la contumace était possible? p.43
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda, In: La justice internationale face au
drame Rwandais. p.22
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda, la répression d’un génocide: émergence
d’une justice internationale intégrée p.18
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.1
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: entre continuité et innovation p.64
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: obliger les tueurs à rendre compte de
leurs actes. p.46
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: rôle de la Cour dans la réalité africaine.
p.53
Le tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: un tribunal dans la tourmente. p.6
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: vraie ou fausse copie du Tribunal Pénal
International pour l’ex-Yougoslavie? p.42
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Learning our Lessons? : The Rwanda tribunal record on prosecuting rape. p.5
Legal analysis of the transfer of International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda accused and
suspects to Rwandan jurisdictions. p.64
Legal challenges associated with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
completion strategy. p.70
Legal contradictions between the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the
National Courts, case study: concurrent jurisdiction. p.69
Legal Maxims: Summaries and Extracts from Selected Case Law p.10
Les circonstances atténuantes dans le cadre du jugement du crime de génocide et des
crimes contre l’humanité perpétrés au Rwanda en 1994: cas des planificateurs jugés
par le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.72
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Les conséquences juridiques de l’acquittement devant le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. p.72
Les conséquences juridiques de la fin du mandat du Tribunal pénal international pour
le Rwanda sur la repression du génocide des Tutsi commis au Rwanda entre le 01/01
au 31/12/1994. p.69
Les crimes de guerre dans la jurisprudence du Tribunal Pénal International pour le
Rwanda: les difficultés d’une “toute première tentative” p.7
Les défis de la défense devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.39
Les droits de la défense dans le procès pénal international: Cas du droit à l’assistance
gratuite d’un défenseur devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. p.65
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Re-engineering the operations of the court management section of the International
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Rwanda. p.26
“The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and its Contribution to the Development
of International Criminal Justice.” p.53
“The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and national reconciliation. p.28
“The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: An analysis on jurisdiction,” p.49
“The International Tribunal for Rwanda: opportunities for clarification, opportunities for
impact,” p.52
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“The International Tribunals for serious violations of international humanitarian law in
the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda” p.26
108
The International Criminal Court: lessons from the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda: potential problems for the Registrar. Towards global justice: Accountability
and the International Criminal Court. p.62
The International Criminal Statute of Tribunal for Rwanda. p.25
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.3; 4; 5; 9; 16; 25; 38; 44; 48
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, judging criminal leaders: the slow
erosion of impunity. p.3
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and the Development of
International Criminal Justice. p.53
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the development of an effective
international criminal law: legal, political and policy dimensions. p.16
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The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the length of provisional detention
Columbia. p.21
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the Special Court for Sierra Leone:
Lessons learned. p.22
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and Universal Jurisdiction. p.15
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2002: Legal Maxims. p.17
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2005, Introductory Note. p.48
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2006: Introductory Note. p.20
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in a global context: contributions to
international justice and the rule of law. p.15
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda In: The genocide studies reader. p.23
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a case study in policy implementation.
p.65
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a distorting mirror; casting doubt on its
actor – oriented approach in addressing the Rwandan genocide. p.44
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a paper umbrella in the rain? Initial
pitfalls and brighter prospects.p.39
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a report from the field. p.51
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Achievements and Activities in 2003.
p.54
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: bringing peace to Central Africa or
sowing the seeds for future conflict? p.66
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: bringing the killers to book. p.46
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Its role in the African context. p.30
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reconciling the acquitted. p.17
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: the politics and pragmatics of
punishment. p.25
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’s approach to serious violations of
humanitarian law. p.69
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The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: establishment role, achievement,
difficulties, cooperation with states. p.12
109
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’s decision in the Prosecutor v. Ferdinand
Nahimana et al.: the past, present and future of international incitement law. p.29
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The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Remarks. p.11
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The international criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, Justice for
crimes against humanity. p.4
The International Criminal Tribunals: Crime & Punishment in the International arena,”
p.39
The International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals: The Beginning of the End
for the ICTY and ICTR. p.27
The International Tribunal for Rwanda. p.35
The International Tribunal for Rwanda: Rules of procedure and evidence: adopted on 5
July 1995, as amended on 6 June 1997. p.35
The International Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda: some elements of
comparison. p.29
The Judicial effects of the “Completion Strategies” on the Ad Hoc International Criminal
Tribunals. p.42
The Judicial Work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Summary,
International Institute of Humanitarian Law. p.5
“The Jurisprudence of the Yugoslav and Rwandan Criminal Tribunals on their jurisdiction
and on international crimes,” p.36
The jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, In: Humanitares
Volkerrecht: politische, rechtliche und strafgerichtliche Dimensionen. p.24
The jurisprudential contributions of the ICTR to the legal definition of crimes against
humanity-the evolution of the nexus requirement. p.28
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
The Karera Appeal Judgment at the ICTR: Some Observations. p.57
110
The law of genocide in the jurisprudence of ICTY and ICTR in 2004. p.36
The legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and its contributions
to reconciliation in Rwanda. p.32
The legal analysis of presentation, administration and protection of evidence in
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.68
The legal protection of the witness between International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
and Rwanda Courts: A case study of the 1994 Tutsi genocide witnesses. p.71
The legality of the establishment of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda under
Chapter VII of the UN charter. p.68
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The management of International Criminal Justice records: the case of Rwanda Tribunal.
p.25
The new frontiers of judicial enforcement: The International Criminal Tribunals for the
Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda in international human rights monitoring mechanisms.
p.1
The Objections to transfer of criminal jurisdiction to the UN Tribunal. p.31
The paradox of international adjudication: developments in the International Criminal
Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, the world Court, and the International
Criminal Court. p.51
The Possibility of Transfer: a Comprehensive Approach to the International Criminal
Tribunal For Rwanda’s Rule 11bis to Permit Transfer to Rwandan Domestic Courts. p.40
The practice of the international criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. p.11
The principle of Non Bis in idem and its application under article 9 of International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.68
The prosecutor of a Permanent International Criminal Court = Le procureur d’une
cour pénale internationale permanente = El fiscal de una Corte Penal Internacional
Permanente. p.2
The Prosecutor v. Laurent Semanza, Case No. ICTR-97-20, Judgment, Trial Chamber
(15 May 2003), From human rights to international criminal law: studies in honour of
an African jurist, the late judge Laity Kama: études en l’honneur d’un juriste africain, feu
le juge Laity Kama. p.19
The Prosecutor v. Laurent Semanza, Case No. ICTR-97-20, Judgment, Appeals Chamber
(20 May 2005). p.53
The prosecutors of the international tribunals : the cases of the Nuremberg and Tokyo
Tribunals, the ICTY and ICTR, and the ICC compared. p.4
The Protection of human rights of the accused before the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. p.21
The Protection of human rights through international criminal law-A conversation with
Madam Justice Louise Arbour, Chief Prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunals
for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p.38
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The Protected Groups under the Genocide Convention: An analysis of developments in
the jurisprudence of the ICTR relevant to the interpretation of the protected groups. p.70
111
The ‘protection’ of refugee witnesses by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
p.45
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Tribunals for Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda [ICTY and ICTR], ETHICS European
Regional Workshop. p.63
IC
“The quest for justice and reconciliation: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
and the Ethiopian High Court,” p.33
The quest for justice: the challenges facing the international tribunals. In: the aftermath
of rape: women’s rights, war crimes and genocide. p.8
The relationship between ICTR and rwandan courts in trying genocide and crimes
against humanity cases committed between 1990-1994 In Rwanda. p.67
The relevance of the Eichmann, Barbie and Finta trials for the ICTR. Memorandum for
the Office of the Prosecutor. p.6
The right to counsel before the ICTY and the ICTR for indigent suspects: an unfettered
right? p.9
The right to counsel before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.43
The right to legal assistance at the ICTR, Arusha: ICTR. p.23
The Right to legal assistance at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda : a review
of its Jurisprudence. p.15
The road to the establishment of the international residual mechanism for criminal
tribunals: From completion to continuation. p.46
The role of judicial institutions in the restoration of post-conflict societies: The case of
Rwanda and Sierra Leone. p.43
The role of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in building sustainable. p.64
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
The role of the parties before International Criminal Courts in light of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.9
112
The role of the Prosecutor and the judge: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor.
p.22
The Rwanda and Yugoslavia Tribunals: revolutionizing the prosecution of war crimes
against women. p.26
The Rwanda Tribunal. p.18; 37; 42
The Rwanda Tribunal and its relationship to national trials in Rwanda,” p.42
The Rwanda tribunal: a critical assessment. p.43
The Rwanda Tribunal: A presentation of some legal aspects. p.33
The Rwanda Tribunal: Its role in the African Context. p.30
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The sexual violence Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former
Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: the silence has been
broken but there’s still a lot to shout about. p.15
The Soundtrack to Genocide: Using Incitement to Genocide in the Bikindi Trial to Protect
Free Speech and Uphold the Promise of Never Again. p.37
The status of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda:
goals and results. p.2
The Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: article 6 responsibilities.
p.18
The Substantial Contribution Requirement: The Unfortunate Outcome of an Illogical
construction and incorrect understanding of Article 6(1) of the Statute of the ICTR. p.25
The Summary of the Judgment in Jean-Paul Akayesu Case. p.57
The Surrender agreements between the US and the ICTY and ICTR: A Critical View.
p.32
The surrender agreements between the US and the ICTY and ICTR: The American View.
p.37
The surrender of Ntakirutimana revisited. p.49
The transfer of cases from International Criminal Tribunals to national courts. p.65
The treatment of the crime of rape by Rwandan courts and the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). p.66
The trial of military leaders at the UN Tribunal for Rwanda, status of prosecutions at the
Tribunal, and the establishment of Gacaca Courts in Rwanda. p.28
The Trials of Concurrent Jurisdiction: The Case of Rwanda. p.41
The UN Security Council Ad Hoc Rwanda Tribunal: International justice or juridicalconstructed victor’s impunity. p.31
The United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Genocide at the
millennium: genocide: a critical bibliographic review. p.24
The United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: its establishment, work
and impact on international criminal justice. p.27
Title Index /Index par Titres
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The UN international criminal tribunals: the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra
Leone. p.20
113
The United States role in the establishment of the United Nations International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. p.12
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The UN’s International Criminal Tribunal, is it justice or jingoism for Rwanda? A call for
transformation. p.34
IC
The use of testimonies of anonymous witnesses [i.e witnesses] and hearsay evidence by
the ICTR and ICTY. p.65
The Work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2002. p.37
The world cries for justice: The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda hold the key to the next advance in international law. But their own futures
are far from guaranteed. p.46
Thinking outside the box: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and issues of
governance and reconciliation. p.43
To cooperate or not to cooperate? The case of the failed transfer of Ntakirutimana to
the Rwanda Tribunal. p.49
Towards the end and beyond: The almost referral of Bagaragaza in light of the
completion strategy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.61
Transfer of cases from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to domestic
jurisdictions. p.44
Transfer or Transformation: A Review of the Rule 11 Bis Decisions of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.45
Transfer v. extradition: a discussion of the interpretation and authority of the transfer
provisions of the ICTR Statute and Rules: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor.
p.20
Treatment of complicity in the crime of genocide before International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. p.70
Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR
Trends in International Criminal Evidence: Nuremberg, Tokyo, The Hague, and Arusha.
p.39
114
Trial in absentia at the International Criminal Tribunal For Rwanda. p.20
Trial of “the Butare four”in Belgium: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. p.9
Tribunal Ambivalence and Rwanda’s rejection of functional immunity for the ICTR
defence. p.51
Tribunal Criminel International pour le Rwanda: procès et problems. p.3
Tribunal for Rwanda Concludes Its First Case: A Monumental Step Towards Truth. p.38
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (le Procureur c/ Nahimana, Barayagwiza
et Ngeze, 3 déc. 2003, Chambre de première instance I). p.31
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Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda, Jugement du 28 avril 2005, Mikaeli
Muhimana. p.52
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: le compte à rebours. p.10
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: l’urgence de juger. p.10
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: Pragmatisme de rigueur. p.35
Troisième partie: Liberté d’expression, tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda:
enseignements généraux. p.3
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UN Ad Hoc Tribunals under time pressure - completion strategy and referral practice of
the ICTY and ICTR from the perspective of the defense. p.29
Un aperçu des juridictions pénales internationals en Afrique. p.53
Un tribunal pour quoi faire?: le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (TPIR) et la
poursuite des crimes contre l’humanité. p.32
Une oeuvre de pionnier: le TPIR établit d’importants précèdents. p.44
Universal jurisdiction over atrocities in Rwanda: Theory and Practice. p.47
Unshackling the paper tiger - The sentencing practices of the Ad Hoc International
Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p.27
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Validating a Constitutional Shortcut - The Congressional-Executive Agreement:
Ntakirutimana v. Reno. p.55
Victims’ justice - reflections on an internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. p.55
Violations of international humanitarian law and the international criminal tribunal for
Rwanda. p.68
Virtual trials: international war crimes tribunals and the politics of state cooperation in
the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p.72
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Vers la fin des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda:
conséquences juridiques des contraintes temporelles. p.66
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We are not a truth commission”: fragmented narratives and the historical record at the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.30
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When humanity sits in Judgment: crimes against Humanity and the Conundrum of race
and ethnicity at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. p.24
Whether a guilty plea is a mitigating factor for sentencing purposes, and if so, is it
mandatory or permissive? : a critique of the Kambanda decision and a comparative
study of plea bargaining and sentencing issues in ICTR and ICTY jurisprudence and
other common law countries : memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. p.12
Why Barayagwiza is boycotting his trial at the ICTR: lessons in balancing due process
rights and politics. p.41
Why U.S. Law should have been considered in the Rwanda media convictions. p.36
Witnesses and Victims Support Section (WVSS): manual of operational guidance. p.10
Women groundbreakers in the first international courts: [International Court of Justice
(ICJ), International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR)]. p.18
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‘You will receive a fair trial elsewhere’ the ad hoc international criminal tribunals acting
as human rights jurisdictions. p.32
“Your justice is too slow”: will the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda fail
Rwanda’s rape victims? p.17
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Zero to life: sentencing appeals at the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda. p.56
Zigiranyirazo. Judgment and Sentence, 18 December 2008, Trial Chamber. p.57
Zigiranyirazo. Judgment, 22 November 2009, Appeals Chamber. p.60
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BARBA, Christina p.55
BARRIA, Lilian A. p.27
ACQUAVIVA, Guido p. 25
BARUANI, Saleh José p.27
ADJOVI, Roland p.1
BASSIOUNI, M. Cherif p.3, 27
AFANDE, Koffi Kumelio A. p 2
BATAMULIZA, Evelyne Andrew p.64
AFRICA LAW INSTITUTE p.25
BATAMULIZA, Specioza p.64
AKHAVAN, Payam p.1, 25
BEGUMISA, Theonest p.64
AKIMANA, Beata p. 64
BEIGBEDER, Yves p.3
AKSAR, Yusuf p.2
BEMBA, Joseph p.3
ALLISON, Maria p.55
BENGELSTORFF, Anja p.62
ALTHUIS, Paul van p.2
BENOIT LANDALE, Briggitte p.27
ALVAREZ, Jose E. p.55
BERESFORD, Stuart p.27
AMANN, Diane Marie p.25
BERGSMO, Morten p.4
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL p.2
BESNIER, Pascal p.4
ANDREA CARCANO p.25
BIDERI, Diogène p.64
ANKUMAH, Evelyn A. p.25
BIJU-DUVAL, Jean-Marie p.4
APTEL, Cecile p.2, 25, 26
BINGHAM, Laura p.27
ARBOUR, Louise p.2, 26, 62
BIZIMANA, Jean Paul p.65
ARNOLD, Pascal p.2, 26
BIZIMANA, Jean Damascène p.4
ASCENSIO, Hervé p.3
BJORKMAN, D. James p.55
ASHKOURI, Michael p.3
BLAKESLEY, Christopher L. p.4
ASKIN, Kelly Dawn p.26, 55
BLEWITT, Graham T. p.4
AYAT, Mohammed p.26
BOED, Roman p.4, 5, 27, 28, 55
BOGDAN, Attila p.28
BOHLANDER, Michael p.28, 62, 65
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BADAR, Mohamed Elewa p.3
BOOT, Machteld p.5
BOOTH, Cherie p.4
BALZAN, Rachel p.64
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117
BORCHERDING, ERIN D. p.55
CROSS, Requel p.6
BOSTIAN, Ida L. p.28
CRUVELLIER, Thierry p.6
BRETON-LE GOFF, Gaelle p.5
CURTIN, Philip J. p.56
BROCK, Annelies p. 55
BROUWER, Anne-Marie De p.5,65
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BUCYANA, James p.28
DAFF, Adama p.65
BURGHARDT, Boris p.5
DANNER, Allison p.29
BURGORGUE-LARSEN,Laurence p.5
DAVIDSON, H. Ron p.29
BUSS, Doris p.5
DAVIES, Richard p.7
BYRON, Dennis p.5, 6, 55
DAVIS, Mary McGowan p.29
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CAPALDO, Giuliana Ziccardi p.6
CARCANO, Andrea p.28
CARROLL, Christina M. p.29
CASSESE, Antonio p.6
CAVA, Mario p.56
CAYLEY, Andrew T. p.28
CERONE, John p.28
CERVONI, Rocco P. p.56
CHACE, Amanda p.56
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CHENAULT, Suzanne p.29
118
CHILTON, Celeste M. p.65
DE LOS REYES, Charmaine p.56
DECAUX, Emmanuel p.7
DÉGLI, Jean Yaovi p.65
DELAPLACE, Edouard p.7
DESTEXHE, Alain p.7
DIECKMANN, Jens p.30
DIENG, Adama p.30,62
DITEWIG, Y. p.7
DIXON, Rod p.30
DONGMEZA MPOFET, Madeleine p.65
DORMANN, Knut p.7
DRUMBL, Mark A. p.30
CISSE, Catherine p.6,29
CLARK, Jennifer J. p.56
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COLE, Alison p.29
EBOE-OSUJI, Chile p.30
COLEMAN, John p.56
EGOUNLETY, Liliane p.65
COMBS, Nancy Amoury p.29
ELTRINGHAM, Nigel p.7,30
CÔTÉ, Luc p.6
ENDO, Guillaume p.31
ERASMUS, Gerhard p.30
GARUKA, Christian p.8
ERLINDER, Peter p.31
GASORE, Guillaume p.66
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ESPINOZA, Rita p.56
GAZUREK, Eva p.8
EYENI MBU, Nelson p.31
GELBMAN, Doris W. p.8
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FABIAN, Kellye L. p.31, 56
FEATHERS, Beka p.56
FERSTMAN, CARLA J. p.31
FIERENS, Jacques p.8, 31
FINK, Jason Benjamin p.31
FLOYD, John p.8
FOFE DJOFIA MALEWA, Jean-Pierre p.8
FOITZIK, Robert p.65
FOMETE, Jean-Pelé p.8
FORBES, Jeffrey p.56
FOX, Hazel p.31
FRANKLIN, Daniel J. p.31
FRAUTSCHI, Linda p.56
FROLICH, Ruth p.32, 57
FRONZA, Emanuela p. 31
GETTI, Jean-Pierre p.32
GHER, Jaime p.57
GIUSTINIANI, Flavia Zorzi p.32
GODINHO, Jorge A. F. p.32
GOLDSMITH, Jenniferx p.57
GOLDSTONE, Richard p.8
GORDON, Gregory S. p.32
GORDON, Melissa. p.32
GRADONI, Lorenzo p.32
GRANT, Philip p.66
GREAVES, Michael p.9
GREENFIELD, Daniel M. p.32
GROVER, Sonja C. p.9
GUICHAOUA, André p.9
GUILLOT, Philippe p.9
GUNAWARADANA, Asoka de Z. p.9
GUTTO, Shadrack p.62
FURERE MUCYO, David p,65
FURUYA, S. p.31
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HADDAD, Heidi Nichols p.32
GAKWAYA, Jean p. 32
HAFFAJEE, Rebecca L. p.32
GALBRAITH, Jean p.32
HAILE-MARIAM, Yacob p.33
GALLIMORE, Timothy p.32
HAKIZIMANA, Jean de Dieu p.66
GAPARAYI TUZINDE, Idi p.65
HARHOFF, Frederik p.9, 33
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119
HARRIS, K. J. p.33
International Criminal Tribunal
Rwanda Appeals Chamber p. 35
HASKELL, Leslie p.10
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HASLAM, Emily p.10
HASSE, Jana p.9
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p.10, 35
HAY, Nicole p.66
HEINDEL, Anne p.57
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HELFER, Laurence R. p.33
JACKSON, John p.35
HELLER, Kevin Jon p.33
JALLOW, Hassan Bubacar p.11, 35, 63
HENHAM, Ralph p.34
JARVIS, Laura p.57
HENRY, Benoĭt p.33
JATIN, Dua p.66
HERIK, Larissa Van Den p.10,33
JEGEDE, Segun p.35
HERRING, James W. Jr. p.66
JONES, John R. W. D. p.11
HOLA, Barbora p.34
JONES, Nicholas A. p.11
HOLE, Leo, Van Den p.34
JORGENSEN, Nina H. B. p.36
HOMETOWU, Constant K. p.66
JUROVICS, Yann p.11
HOWLAND, Todd p.34
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH p.10
HURST, Alexandra p.66
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HAUGHTON, Anna M p.10
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HUSKETH, Eric p.34
KABIRA, Nkatha p.66
HUSSON, Laetitia p.57
KAITESI, USTA p.66
HUW, Llewellyn p.27
KALSHOVEN, Frits p.11
KAMA, Laity p.11,12,35
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KAMANZI, Innocent p.66
INGADOTTIR, Th
KAMATALI, Jean Marie p.36
International Criminal
Rwanda p10, 34
Tribunal
for
International Criminal
Rwanda p10, 34
Tribunal
for
KANIMBA Franco K. p.67
KANSIIME, Jane p.67
KANSIIME, Jane p.67
KARAGIANNAKIS, Magdalini p.36
KARIGIRWA, Agnès p.67
KAUFMAN, Zachary D. p.12
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KAYITANA, Jean Damascène p.67
KEITH, Kirsten M.F. p.12
KELLER, Andrew N. p.36
KERN, Heather M. p.12
KHODAY, Amar p.12
KHOURY, Cyrena p.57
KHUMPRAKOB, Malissa p.57
KIBUKA Jean-Luc M. p.67
KIGENZA, Frank p.67
KIM, Paul p.36
KINDIKI, Kithure p.36
KIRK, James p.36
KLIP, André p.12,13,36
KOLB, Robert p.36
KRAMER, Alexis S. p.57
KRIPAPURI, Dora p.37
KRIVOKAPIC, B. p.13
KUSHEN, Robert p.37
Lawyers Committee For Human Rights
p.14
LE GALL P p.67
LEANEY, Erica p.37
LEDDY, Nick p.57
LEFING, Debra B. p.58
LEIGH, Monroe p.37
LEROY-HAJEE, Alice p.14
LEVENBERG, Jessica A. p.58
LI, Abdulhafidh p.67
LIBBY, Sean p.58
LIEROP, Robert F. Van p.14,63
LING, Yan p.37
LJUBOJA, Lana p.37
LLEWELLYN, Jennifer p.38
LONGMAN, Timothy p.14
LUDERS, Barbara p.14
LUYT, W. p. 38
LYON, Michelle S. p.14
LYONS, Margaret A. p.38
M
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LA MORT, Justin p.37
LATTANZI, Flavia p.14, 37
LAURISTON, Maymuchka p.57
LAVIOLETTE, Nicole p.37
MACKINNON, Catharine A. p.38, 58
MAFWENGA, Alinikisa p.15
MAGNARELLA, Paul J. p.14, 38
MAISON, Rafaelle p. 39
MAITRA, Neelanjan p.39
MAMIYA, Ralph p.39
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p.13
MACDOUGALL, Carrie p.15
121
MANIRAKIZA, Pacifique p.39
MILNE, Allison T.C. p.40
MAOGOTO, Jackson Nyamuya p.39
MOGHALU, Kingsley
MARCHAND, Michel p.14
Chiedu p.63, 40, 41, 16, 15
MARCIL, Alexandra p.39
MOLS, Gérard p.16
MARGETTS, Katharina p.39
MOMENI, Mercedeh p.41
MARION, BEN-BELLA p.67
MONTOLIU, Ana Beltrán p.16
MATEUS, Andrea p.58
MORLEY, Lain p.41
MAURY, D. Shenk p.39
MORRIS, Madeline H. p.41
MAY, Richard p.15, 39
MORRIS, Virginia p.16
MAZIMPAKA, Jean Paul p.67
MORRISON, Howard p.16
MBERABAGABO, Patrick p.67
MOSE, Erik p.16, 41
MBONYUMUVUNYI, J. Népo p.68
MTULYA, Fahamu Hamidu p.68
MBUTO, Déo p.68
MUBIALA, Mutoy p.42
MCDONALD, Avril p.39
MUBIHAME, Alphonse p.68
MCDONALD, Gabrielle Kirk p.15
MUCOWINTORE, Ines p.68
MCGONIGLE, Brianne p.58
MUGABONABANDI,
p.68
MCPHERSON, Brian p.58
MEERNIK, James p.40
MEGRET, Frédéric p.15
MEIJER, Cecile E.M. p.58
MEISENBERG, Simon M. p.15
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MELMAN, Jesse p.40
122
MERON, T. p.40
MESEKE, Stephan p.15
METTRAUX, Guenael p.40
METZL, Jamie Frederic p.40
MEYER, Anuschka L. p.68
MILLER, Alexandra A. p.40
MILLS, Sharon p.58
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MUGISHA, Adams p.68
MUGISHA, Frank p.68
MUGUME RWAKARINGI D. p.68
MUGWANYA, George William p.16, 42
MUHAWENIMANA, Ildephonse p.69
MUJUZI, Jamil Ddamulira p.42
MUJYANAMA, Martin p.69
MUKARURANGWA, Pélathie p.68
MULEEFU, Alphonse p.68
MUNA, Bernard A. p.17, 42
MUNDIS, Daryl A p.17, 42
MUNGANYINKA, Azza p.68
MUNLO, Lovemore p.63
NKUSI, Ronald p.70
MUNYANGAJU, Damascène p.69
NMAJU, Mba Chidi p.43
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MURPHY, Robin p.58
NORDSKOG, Kjersti p.70
MURPHY, Sarah p.42
NOWROJEE, Binaifer p.17
MURUNGI, Betty p.43
NSANO RWAMBONERA,Joseph p.70
MUSARRA, Rebecca p.58
NSANZIMANA, Bernard p.70
MUSHIMIRE, Evode p.69
NSANZIMANA, Innocent p.70
MUSINGUZI, Martin p.69
NSANZUWERA, François-Xavier p.17,
43
MUSONI, Ronald p.69
MUTABAZI, Etienne p.69
MUTARINDWA, Victor p.69
MUTETAYIRE, Diane p.69
MUTUA, Makau p.43
MUVALA, Ephraim p.70
MWAGIRU, Makumi p.43
MWANGI, Wambui p.17
N
NSEREKO, Daniel D. Ntanda p.44
NTANDA NSEREKO, Daniel D p.18
NTANGUNGIRA, Jean Bosco p.18
NYAMUYA MAOGOTO, Jackson p.18,
44
NYANDWI, Jean Damascène p.71
NYINAWABANA, Triphine p.71
NZEYUMUREMYI, Jean-Pierre p.70
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OBOTE-ODORA, Alex p.18, 44
NAHAPETIAN, Kate p.43
OKALI, Agwu Ukiwe p.44
NAIMARK, Anna p.58
OKOTH, Juliet, R A. p.71
NAVANATHEM, Pillay p.63
OLARTE FERNANDEZ, Tatiana p.71
NEGRI, Stefania p.17
OLONISAKIN, FUNMI p.44
NEMITZ, Jan Christoph p.17
OLUWU, Dejo p.44
NERSESSIAN, David L. p.43
OMAAR, Rakiya p.18
NIANG, Mandiaye p.17, 43
OOSTERVED, Valerie p.45
NIETO-NAVIA, Rafael p.17
OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE p.18
NINSIIMA, Caleb p.70
OPPENHEIM, John p.18
NKUSI, Fred p.70
O’SHEA, AG. p.45
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NAHAMYA, Elizabeth p.43
123
OTHMAN, Mohamed p.45
RAIMONDO, Fabiàn O. p.19
OXMAN, Bernard H. p.45
RAKOTOMANANA, Honoré p.19
RANA, Rajat p.59
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RAPNEAU, Coline p.19
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RAPP, Stephen J. p.19
PARADELLE, Murielle p.45
RASSI, Christopher M. p.19,46
PASKINS, Barrie p.45
RAWSON, David P. p.46
PASTEMAK, Emily p.59
REARICK, Daniel J. p.46
PATTERSON, Parker p.45
REINHARDT, Alexander C. p.20
PAUDEL, Shiva Prasad Sharma p.71
REYDAMS, Luc p.47
PAUST, Jordan J. p.18
REYES, Charmaine de Los p.20
PAZARTZIS, Photini p.18
RIKHOF, Joseph p.47
PESKIN, Victor p.18, 45
RINEFIERD, Paul p.59
PETER, Chris Maina p.46
ROBERGE, Marie-Claude p.47
PETROSIAN, Tahlia p.46
ROBINSON, Peter p.20,47,59
PFAKWANDIKA, Patrick p.71
ROTHENBERG, Daniel p.59
PHILPOT, John p.46
ROULEAU, Nicolas M. p.59
PILLAY, Navanethem p.19
RURANGWA, Ephraim p.71
PITTMAN, Thomas Wayde p.46
RUSHING, Lizzie p.59
POCAR, Fausto p.19
RYAN, Maryellen p.20
PODGERS, James p.46
RYDBERG, Asa p.20
PONTE, Carla del p.19
RYNGAERT, Cedric p.47
POPOFF, Evo p.46
POPPER, Melanie p.19
POWLES, Steven p.46
POZEN, Joanna p.46
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SAPRU, T. p.47
SARKIS, Caroline E. p.71
SCHAACK, Beth Van p.47
SCHABAS, William A. p.20, 47, 48
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RADAKOVIĆ, Dragana p.71
SCHARF, Michael P. p.21,48
SCHELTEMA, C. p.21
STOCKMAN, Farah p.22
SCHLESINGER, Nicole p.71
STRINGER, Douglas p.50
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STROH, Dagmar Patricia p.22, 50
SCHOMBURG, Wolfgang p.21
SUNGA, Lyal S. p.50
SELLERS, Patricia V. p.21,48
SUNGI, Simeon Peter p.72
SENEVIRATNE, Wasantha p.48
SWAAK-GOLDMAN, Olivia p.50
SEYMOUR, Thomas D. p.21
SWART, Mia p.72
SHANNON, Kirk G. p.59
SWARTENBROEKX, Marie-Anne p.22
SHENK, Maury p.48,49
SYMONS, Louise p.50
SHERMAN, Jake p.21
SYNDER, Robert H. p.59
SHRAGA, D. p.49
SZOKE-BURKE, Sam p.50
SHRAGA, Daphna p.49
SZPAK, Agnieszka p.50
SIKULIBO, Jean de Dieu p.71
SILVESTRE, Carmen p.71
SINGH, Karam p.21
SLOANE, Robert D. p.49
SLUITER, Goran K. p.49
SMITH, Kristin E p.21
SMITH, Shawn p.49
SNYDER, Mary p.22
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TANSEY, Christopher p.60
TARAKU, Sylo p.22
TAVERNIER, Paul p.50,51
TENNEY, Walter D. p.22
THALMANN, Vanessa p.51,60
The Harvard Law Review Association
p.51
SPERLING, Carrie p.49
THOMSON, Aileen p.60
SRIRAM, Chandra Lekha p.22
THORNTON, Brenda Sue p.51
STAMPER, Gwendolyn p.59
TIBBITTS, Robert p.22
STERN, B. p.50
TIEFENBRUN, Susan W. p.51
STERNBERG, Mark Von. p.50
TOPULOS, Katherine p.51
STEVENSON, Ellie p.59
TOWNSEND, Gregory p.22
STEWART, Meghan p.59
TRACOL, Xavier p.60
STIFTUNG, Friedrich- Ebert p.22
TRAHAN, Jennifer. p.22
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ICTR Special Bibliography
SOW, Ahmed Iyane p.49
125
TRIPONEL, Anna p.60
TURNER, Allison p.51
TUSINGWIRE, Yassin p.72
TWAGIRAYEZU, Jean Marie p.72
TWIZERIMANA, Annonciata p.72
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WALDORF, Lars p.52
WALLACH, Evan J. p.52
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WANG, Mariann Meier p.52
WARBRICK, Colin p.52
UMUGWANEZA, Géraldine p.72
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY ST.
LOUIS SCHOOL OF LAW p.23, 63
United Nations International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda p.52
WASPI, S. p.23
UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION
p.22, 53
WEDDING, Patricia p.53
WECKEL, Philippe p.52
UVIN, Peter p.23
WEERNINK, Anne p.53
UWAMARIYA, Charlotte p.72
WEMBOU, Djiena p.53
UWASE, Sabine p.72
WERRETT, Melanie p.63
UWIHOREYE MUKARAGE,
WESTBERG, Megan M. p.53
Jean Baptiste p.72
WILLIAMS, Kaegan-Marie p.60
WILLIAMSON, Jamie A. p.53
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VALVARDI, Christopher p.60
VANDERMEESCH, D. p.52
VANHOENACKER, Celine p.23
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VERDIRAME, Guglielmo p.52
126
VERNICHON, Aurélie p.23
VICTOR, Peskin p.72
VISSER, Gerda p.52
VOS, Christian De p.60
WILLS, Hong S. p.53,60
WILSON, Leslie p.60
WILSON, Richard Ashby p.24
WILSON, Tamfuh p.53
WISOTSKY, Alexandra L. p.60
WLADIMIROFF, Michail p.24,53
WOOD, Stephanie K. p.54
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YACOUBIAN, George S. Jr. p.54
ZAGARIS, Bruce p.24
YAN, Ling p.54,60
ZAHAR, Alexander p.24,54
YARWOOD, Lisa p.61
ZAKR, Nasser p.54
YOUNG, Zsofia p.61
ZAPPALA, Salvatore p.24
YU, Daisy p.62
ZHU, Wen-Qi p.24, 63
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