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564.International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) Special Bibliography 2015

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UNITED NATIONS
NATIONS UNIES
Mechanism for
International Criminal Tribunals
Mécanisme pour les
Tribunaux pénaux internationaux
MICT · MTPI
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
MICT Library - Bibliothèque du MTPI
Edition 2015
Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals
Méchanisme pour les Tribunaux pénaux internationaux
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
MICT Library – Bibliothèque du MTPI
Edition 2015
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Table of Contents
Introduction...................................................................................................................... iv
Introduction...................................................................................................................... vi
Books and Book Chapters...............................................................................................1
Articles from Journals / Periodicals............................................................................. 46
Case: Notes, Comments and Summaries.................................................................... 90
Conferences / Symposiums.......................................................................................... 97
Published and Unpublished Theses ............................................................................ 99
Title Index /Index par Titres........................................................................................113
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs............................................................................... 168
Introduction
Dear Reader,
T
his 2015 Special Bibliography on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
(ICTR) is an updated version of previous editions (2011-2014) and has been
compiled by the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) Arusha
Library.
As the successor institution to the ICTR and the International Criminal Tribunal for
the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), the MICT has been mandated to carry on essential
functions of the two Tribunals. While remaining true to its small and lean structure, the
MICT is committed to the continued provision of library services also after the ICTR
has closed its doors.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
This bibliography includes references to books, journals, periodicals, theses,
comments and notes on judicial cases, with a focus on the work and jurisprudence of
the ICTR and the MICT. An author and title index that enables users to easily locate
references throughout the booklet, making it an invaluable tool to gain quick access
to ICTR related literature.
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As with previous editions, the 2015 Special Bibliography has been compiled
consulting the MICT Arusha online library catalog, monthly lists of new acquisitions
and other legal sources, such as the Peace Palace Library Catalog, Taylor & Francis
Online, World Cat Catalog as well as various online legal databases, such as
Westlaw, Lexis Nexis, JSTOR, and Hein Online.
By directing readers to a wide corpus of literature documenting on the work of
the ICTR from its establishment to its achievements and contribution to international
criminal justice, this Special Bibliography is part of the efforts to promote the legacy
of the ICTR.
We would appreciate any feedback you may have, as we strive to provide
our users with increasingly comprehensive and accessible tools on ICTR and MICT
jurisprudence.
Sincerely,
John Hocking
Assistant Secretary-General, Registrar
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Keywords: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda; ICTR, International Criminal
Tribunals; Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals; MICT, International
Criminal Tribunals.
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Introduction
Chers lecteurs,
L
a Bibliographie spéciale sur le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (TPIR)
est une mise à jour des éditions précédentes (2011 à 2014), préparée par la
Bibliothèque de la Division du Mécanisme pour les Tribunaux pénaux internationaux
(MTPI), à Arusha.
Le MTPI, institution qui succède au TPIR et au Tribunal pénal international pour l’ex
Yougoslavie (TPIY), a pour mandat de continuer à assurer les fonctions essentielles
de ces deux Tribunaux. Bien qu’il doive fonctionner comme une petite entité, le MTPI
s’est engagé à continuer d’offrir un service de bibliothèque, même après la fermeture
du TPIR.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
La Bibliographie spéciale contient des références à des ouvrages, journaux,
publications périodiques ainsi qu’à des thèses, commentaires et notes sur les affaires
judiciaires, principalement consacrés aux travaux et à la jurisprudence du TPIR et du
MTPI. Un index par auteur et par titre permet de trouver facilement les références
dans la brochure, ce qui est en fait un outil précieux pour consulter rapidement la
documentation relative au TPIR.
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Comme les éditions précédentes, la Bibliographie spéciale de 2015 s’appuie sur
le catalogue en ligne de la Bibliothèque de la Division du MTPI, à Arusha, sur les
listes des nouvelles acquisitions publiées tous les mois et sur diverses autres sources
juridiques telles que le catalogue de la Bibliothèque du Palais de la paix, Taylor &
Francis Online et WorldCat ainsi que sur plusieurs bases de données juridiques en
ligne telles que Westlaw, Lexis Nexis, JSTOR et HeinOnline.
En facilitant l’accès des lecteurs à un grand nombre d’ouvrages relatifs aux
travaux du TPIR depuis sa création, ainsi qu’à ses réalisations et à sa contribution à
la justice pénale internationale, la Bibliographie spéciale s’inscrit dans le cadre des
efforts visant à promouvoir l’héritage du TPIR.
Nous vous serons très reconnaissants de vos éventuelles observations qui nous
permettront de fournir des outils de plus en plus complets et accessibles sur la
jurisprudence du TPIR et du MTPI.
En vous remerciant de l’intérêt que vous portez aux travaux du TPIR et du MTPI.
John Hocking
Sous-Secrétaire général et Greffier
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Mots clés : Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda ; TPIR, Tribunaux pénaux
internationaux ; Mécanisme pour les Tribunaux pénaux internationaux ; MTPI,
Tribunaux pénaux internationaux.
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Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
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.
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, pp.207-316.
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.
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.
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.
AGBOR, Avitus A. - A synopsis of the problematic jurisprudence of the trial and appeal
chambers of the ICTR. In: Instigation to crimes against humanity: The flawed jurisprudence
of the trial and appeal chambers of the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda
(ICTR), Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp.11-35, 2013, ISBN: 978-90-04-25412-1
AGBOR, Avitus A. - Critiquing the trial and appeal chambers’ construction of instigation
to crimes against humanity under Article 6(1) of the statute of the ICTR. In: Instigation
to crimes against humanity: The flawed jurisprudence of the trial and appeal chambers
of the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff
Publishers, pp.119-177, 2013, ISBN: 978-90-04-25412-1.
Books and Book Chapters
Special Bibliography on ICTR
AGBOR, Avitus A. - Beyond the statute of the ICTR: Instigation as a mode of participation
in crimes against humanity. In: Instigation to crimes against humanity: The flawed
jurisprudence of the trial and appeal chambers of the international criminal tribunal
for Rwanda (ICTR), Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp.179-187, 2013, ISBN:
978-90-04-25412-1.
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AGBOR, Avitus A. - Instigation to crimes against humanity: the flawed jurisprudence of
the trial and appeal chambers of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR).
- Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013. -197 p.
AGBOR, Avitus A. - The constituent elements of crimes against humanity under the statute
of the ICTR . In: Instigation to crimes against Humanity: The flawed jurisprudence of the
trial and appeal chambers of the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR),
Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp.83-117, 2013, ISBN: 978-90-04-25412-1.
AGBOR, Avitus A. - The jurisprudence of the ICTR on instigation as a mode of
participation. In: Instigation to Crimes against Humanity: The flawed jurisprudence of
the trial and appeal chambers of the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR),
Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp.37-81, 2013, ISBN: 978-90-04-25412-1.
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.
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. - 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.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
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.
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AKHAVAN, Payam. - The new frontiers of judicial enforcement: The ICTY and the ICTR.
In: international human rights monitoring mechanisms’, Essays in honour of Jakob Th.
Möller (eds. Gudmundur Alfredsson [et al.], Vol. 7, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 2001,
pp. 441-456.
AKSAR, Yusuf. - The establishment of the Ad Hoc tribunals (the ICTY and the ICTR) and
the international criminal court (The ICC). In: Implementing international humanitarian
law: From the Ad Hoc tribunals to a permanent international criminal court, London:
Routledge, pp.7-67, 2004, ISBN: 9780714684708.
ALTHUIS, Paul Van; WOLF, Willem Van der. - The Rwanda Tribunal: the cases. Volume
1C, Nijmegen: Global Law Association, 2000. ISSN 1386-470X.
AMBOS, Kai. - United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Trials and
tribulations, London, 1998.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. - Tribunal Criminel International pour le Rwanda: procès
et problèmes. Paris: Amnesty International, 1998, 42 p.
ANKUMAH, Evelyn A [et al.]. - Gender justice and the legacy of the International
criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Accra: Africa legal aid (AFLA), 140 p. 2008.
APPADOO, Krishnee Adnarain.-The effectiveness of International Criminal Justice with
reference to the truth-telling/seeking mechanisms for victims of the Rwandan Genocide:
University College London; The College of Law of England and Wales, 2010.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Books and Book Chapters
Special Bibliography on ICTR
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.
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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.
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.
ASCOLI, Silvia D’. - Quantitative Analysis of Sentencing Data in the Case Law of the ad
hoc Tribunals. In: Sentencing in international criminal law: the approach of the two ad
hoc tribunals and future perspectives for the international criminal court, Oxford: Hart
Publishing, (Studies in International and Comparative Criminal Law - No. 6), pp.203262, 2011, ISBN: 9781849461160.
ASCOLI, Silvia D’. - Sentencing in international criminal law: the approach of the two
ad hoc tribunals and future perspectives for the international criminal court, Oxford:
Hart Publishing, 2011, (Studies in International and Comparative Criminal Law - No. 6),
2011, ISBN: 9781849461160.
ASCOLI, Silvia D’. - The sentencing jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals
for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. In: Sentencing in international criminal law:
the approach of the two ad hoc tribunals and future perspectives for the international
criminal court, Oxford: Hart Publishing, (Studies in International and Comparative
Criminal Law - No. 6), pp.111-202, 2011, ISBN: 9781849461160.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
ASKIN, Kelly Dawn. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and its treatment
of crimes against women. In: International humanitarian law: Origins edited by John
Carey, William Dunlap and Pritchard, Leiden: Brill Books, pp.399-454, 2003, ISBN:
9781571052674.
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ASPEGREN, Lennart, & WILLIAMSON, Jamie A., ‘The Rwanda Tribunal and genocide’,
in Decaux, Emmanuel, & Dieng, Adama, & Sow, El Hadji Malick (eds.), From Human
Rights to International Criminal Law: Studies in Honour of an African Jurist, the Late
Judge Laïty Kama / Des droits de l’homme au droit international pénal: Études en
l’honneur d’un juriste africain, feu le juge Laïty Kama, Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden, pp.203223, 2007.
BACHMANN, Klaus. - Politicizing Tribunals? : Reconciliation in sentencing and judging
at the ICTR and the ICT. In: When justice meets politics: independence and autonomy
of Ad Hoc international criminal tribunals, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2013,
pp.283-385.
BACHMANN, Klaus; FATIC, Aleksandar. - The creation of the ICTR. In: The UN
international criminal tribunals: Transition without justice? London, Routledge, 2014,
pp.45-54. ISBN: 978-1-138-79786-4.
BACHMANN, Klaus; FATIC, Aleksandar. - The ICTR as a norm entrepreneur. In: The UN
international criminal tribunals: Transition without justice? London, Routledge, 2014,
pp.193-198. ISBN: 978-1-138-79786-4.
BACHMANN, Klaus; FATIC, Aleksandar. - The ICTR completion strategy and judicial
reform in Rwanda. In: The UN international criminal tribunals: Transition without justice?
London, Routledge, 2014, pp.191-193. ISBN: 978-1-138-79786-4.
BACHMANN, Klaus; FATIC, Aleksandar. - The legacy of the ICTY and the ICTR. In:
The UN international criminal tribunals: Transition without justice? London, Routledge,
2014, pp.199-241. ISBN: 978-1-138-79786-4.
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.
BADAR, Mohamed Elewa. - Rethinking “mens rea” in the jurisprudence of the
International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. In: Rethinking
International Criminal Law: the Substantive Part / ed. by Olaoluwa Olusanya, ISBN
9789076871752, 2007.
BADAR, Mohamed Elewa. - The Mens Rea perpetration and participation in the
jurisprudence of the ICTY and ICTR. In: The concept of mens rea in international
criminal law: the case for a unified approach / Mohamed Elewa Badar. - Oxford: Hart
Publishing, 2013. - Pp.326-379.
BAKER, Edwin. - Genocide, press freedom, and the case of Hassan Ngeze (June 17,
2004). U of Penn. Law School, Faculty scholarship No.3, 2003, 55 p.
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.
BALL, Howard. - Formation of the ICTR. In: The genocide studies reader / ed. by Samuel
Totten, Paul R. Bartrop, ISBN 0415953944, 2009.
BANTEKAS, Ilias (Ed.). - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In:
International criminal law, 4th ed. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp.403-421, 2010, ISBN:
9781849460453.
Books and Book Chapters
Special Bibliography on ICTR
BANGA, Godefroid. - Le procureur international: analyse de l’action publique devant
les tribunaux pénaux internationaux (ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda). In: Humanité et
liberté en Afrique centrale / sous la dir. de Jean Didier Boukongou, Presses de l’UCAC,
ISBN 284849039X; Vol.1, 2009.
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BASSIOUNI, Cherif. - A tribute to Adama Dieng. In: Rule of law through human rights
and international criminal justice: Essays in Honour of Adama Dieng /Edited by Charles
Riziki Majinge, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.53-57, 2015, ISBN:
978-1-4438-7601-8.
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. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: International
justice against impunity: progress and new challenges, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, 2005,
pp.93-112.
BEIGBERDER, Yves. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: International
criminal tribunals: Justice and politics, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.85-106,
2011, ISBN: 9780230294295.
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.
BENSOUDA, Fatou. - A tribute to Adama Dieng. In: Rule of law through human rights
and international criminal justice: Essays in Honour of Adama Dieng / Edited by Charles
Riziki Majinge, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.48-51, 2015, ISBN:
978-1-4438-7601-8.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
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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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.
BIANCHI, Linda. - Challenging impunity for crimes of sexual violence: The efforts of
Prosecutor Jallow to set the record straight. In: Promoting accountability for gross human
rights violations in Africa under international Law: Essays in Honour of Prosecutor
Hassan Bubacar Jallow edited by Jalloh Chernor Charles and Alhagi Marong, Brill,
pp.355-374, 2015, ISBN: 9789004271746.
BIANCHI, Linda. - The prosecution of rape and sexual violence: lessons from prosecutions
at the ICTR. - In: Sexual violence as an international crime: interdisciplinary approaches
/ by Anne-Marie de Brouwer [et al.].- Cambridge: Intersentia, 2013. – pp.123-149.
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.
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.
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.
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.
BOSLY, H.D; VANDERMEERSCH, D. - Les tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’exYouslavie et pour le Rwanda. In: Génocide, crimes contre l’humanité et crimes de guerre
face à la justice: les juridictions internationals et les tribunaux nationaux, Bruxelles:
Bruylant, pp.47-62, 2010, ISBN: 9782802729181
Books and Book Chapters
Special Bibliography on ICTR
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.
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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.
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.
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.
BRUNO, Giovanni Carlo. - Le crime de génocide dans la jurisprudence des tribunaux
internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour le Rwanda. In: La justice pénale
internationale dans les décisions des tribunaux ad hoc: études des Law Clinics en droit
pénal international / sous la Dir. de Emanuela Fronza, Stefano Manacorda, ISBN
8814104816, 2003.
BUEHLER, Konrad G. - The role of the UN Security Council in preserving the legacy of
the tribunals: Establishment of a Residual Mechanism and preservation of archives. In:
Assessing the legacy of the ICTY by Richard H. Steinberg, Leiden: Brill books, pp.59-66,
2011, ISBN: 9789004215641.
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.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
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.
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BUS, Doris. - Expert witnesses and international war crimes trials: Making sense of largescale violence in Rwanda. In: Narratives of justice in and out of the courtroom Former
Yugoslavia and beyond by Dubravka Zarkov. - The Hague: Springer, 2014. - Pp.23-44.
BUSS, Doris. - Learning our Lessons? : The Rwanda tribunal record on prosecuting rape,
ABINGDON: Routledge, 2010, pp.61-75.
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.
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,
InternationalInstituteofHumanitarianLaw: Sanremo, 2007, pp. 34–37.
CAJANIELLO, Michele. - Models of judicial cooperation with Ad Hoc Tribunals and with
the Permanent International Criminal Court in Europe. In: Transnational Inquiries and the
Protection of Fundamental Rights in Criminal Proceedings, 2013, pp.111-123.
CALVO-GOLLER, Notburga K. - The trial proceedings of the International Criminal
Court: ICTY and ICTR. - Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2006. - 553 p.
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.
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.
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.
CATALDI, Giuseppe [et al.].- Les juridictions péneles internationals (TPIY, TPIR et CPI). In:
La prevue devant les juridictions internationals sous la dir. De Hélène Ruiz Fabri et JeanMarc Sorel, Paris: Pedone, pp. 197-253, 2007, ISBN: 9782233005155.
CESARI, Patricia De. - NGOs and the activities of the Ad Hoc Criminal Tribunals for
Former Yugoslavian and Rwanda. In: Civil society, international courts and compliance
bodies Civil Society, International Courts and Compliance Bodies / ed. Tullio Treves ...
[et al.].-The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press, 2005. ISBN 9067041866, pp.113-119.
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CISSE, Catherine. The end of the culture of impunity in Rwanda? Prosecution of genocide
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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.
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CONDORELLI, Luigi. - La place de la coutume dans la justice pénale internationale au
regard en particulier du TPIY et du TPIR. In: Droit international humanitaire coutumier:
enjeux et défis contemporains / sous la dir. de Paul Tavernier et Jean-Marie Henckaerts,
Bruxelles: Bruylant, ISBN 9782802725640, 2008.
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.
CRUVELLIER, Thierry. - Court of remorse: inside the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2010. ISBN: 978-0-299-23674-8.
CRUVELLIER, Thierry.- Le tribunal des vaincus: un Nuremberg pour le Rwanda? Paris:
Calmnan –Levy, 2006, 269p.
CUMMINGS-JOHN, Tamara. - Justice and gender: Prosecuting gender-based and
sexual violence crimes at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the
Special Court for Sierra Leone. In: Shielding humanity: Essays in international law in
Honour of Judge Abdul G. Koroma, Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Brill, June 2015
pp.379-405; Florida International University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 15-12.;
U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2015-23.
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DAFEL, Michael. - Legitimacy, judicial legislating and the sentencing practices of
the ICTR (November 25, 2013), South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional,
Public, Human Rights and International Law. In: African Yearbook on International
Humanitarian Law, 2013, 20 p.
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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.
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.
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; 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.
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.
DIM, Gordon. - Judicial activism within the International Criminal Tribunals for the
Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda: A dangerous political invasion into the realm of States
[dataset], 14 p.
DIMITRIJEVIC, Vojin: MILANOVIC, Marko. - Human rights before international criminal
courts (on the ICTY, ICTR, ICC). In: Grimheden, J., & Ring, R. (eds.), Human rights law:
From dissemination to application, Martinus Nijhoff, Brill, Leiden, 2006, pp.149-168.
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.
DOHERTY, Joseph; STEINBERG, Richard H. - An empirical study of ICTY and ICTR
sentencing: Doctrine versus practice, CELS 2009 4th Annual Conference on Empirical
Legal Studies Paper, University of California, Los Angeles, 67 p, 2009.
DORMANN, Knut. - Contributions by the Ad Hoc Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda: Some elements of comparison. In: Transnational Law and Contemporary
Problems, Vol 7, 1997, pp.103-118.
DRUMBL, Mark A. - Lessons for international criminal justice from Rwanda, Washington
& Lee Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper Series Working Paper No. 02-13,
2002, 51 p.
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DORMANN, Knut. - Contributions by the ad hoc tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda to the ongoing work on elements of crimes in the context of the ICC. In:
American Society of International Law, Vol.94, 2000, pp.284-286.
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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.
ELTRINGHAM, Nigel. - One response to “rescuing (cosmopolitan) locals at the
international criminal tribunal for Rwanda. In: Allegra: a virtual lab of legal anthropology,
2015, 10 p.
ERLINDER, Peter. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a model for
international justice or juridical “Victor’s Impunity”? In: La justice internationale
aujourd’hui: vraie justice ou justice à sens unique? /Sous la dir. de Nils Andersson et
Daniel Lagot, L’Harmattan, ISBN: 9782296086081, 2009.
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.
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.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
FOMETE, Jean-Pelé. - 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 = Des droits de l’homme au droit international pénal: études en l’honneur d’un
juriste africain, feu le juge Laïty Kama by DECAUX, Emmanuel (Ed); DIENG, Adama
(Ed); SOW, Malick (Ed), Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007, pp. 345-400.
ISBN: 978-9-0041-6055-2.
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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.
FOMETE, Jean-Pelé; ADJOVI, Roland.- Les relations entre le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda et les Etats: l’obligation de coopération dans l’exécution du mandat du
Tribunal. In: Annuaire français de relations internationales, Vol. 6, 2005, pp. 180-196.
FRENCKEN, Niki; SLUITER, Goran. - The United Nations Criminal Tribunals for
Yugoslavia and Rwanda. In: An institutional approach to the responsibility to protect/
Ed. By Gentian Zyberi. - Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013, pp.386-410.
GAHIMA, Gerald. - Accountability, justice and the role of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Transitional justice in Rwanda: accountability for atrocity,
London: Routledge, pp.79-127, 2013, ISBN: 9780415522786.
GALLMETZER, Reiold; KLAMBERG, Mark. - Traditional responsibility for crimes under
international law: The UN ad hoc Tribunals and the International Criminal Tribunal. In:
The Summer School on International Criminal Law 2005, Grotius Centre for International
Legal Studies, The Hague, 2007
GARUKA, Christian. - Genocide as prosecuted by the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda and “Gacaca” Courts in Rwanda. In: Prosecuting international crimes in Africa
by MURUNGU, Chacha (Ed); BIEGON, Japhet (Ed.), Pretoria: Pretoria University Law
Press (PULP), 2011. ISBN: 978-0-9869-8578-2.
GAZUREK, Eva; SARIS, Anne.- La protection des femmes témoins et le Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. Politique et procédures pour protéger les droits des
femmes, répondre à leurs besoins et permettre leur pleine participation aux travaux du
TPIR. [sl], 2002, 28 p. (Document préparé pour la coalition pour les droits des femmes
en situation de conflits).
GELBMAN, Doris W. - Hierarchy of sources for choice of law at the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and Yugoslavia: memorandum to the Deputy Prosecutor
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Vol. 1, New England School of Law.
International War Crimes Project. Rwanda Genocide Prosecution, 2004, viii; 32 p.
GETSADZE, Giorgi. - Findings of the ICTR as ground of state responsibility. In:
International criminal law: Danger to replace state responsibility by individual criminal
liability in crime of genocide, Berlin: Lambert Academic Publishing, pp.29-44, 2010,
ISBN: 9783838352480.
GODOY, Joâo. - Computers and international criminal law: high tech crimes and
criminals: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. In: New England Journal of International and Comparative Law, Vol.6,
2000, pp.95-117.
GOLDSTONE, Richard. - The quest for justice: the challenges facing the international
tribunals. In: the aftermath of rape: women’s rights, war crimes and genocide, 1996:
pp.56-70, The Coordination of Women’s Advocacy, Switzerland: Givirins, 1996, pp.
56-70.
GROVER, Sonja C. - International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Case 5: The Prosecutor
v. Sylvester Gacumbitsi (Case No. ICTR-2001-64-A), In: Prosecuting International
Crimes and Human Rights Abuses Committed Against Children, New York: Springer,
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Special Bibliography on ICTR
GREAVES, Michael. - The right to counsel before the ICTY and the ICTR for indigent
suspects: an unfettered right? In: Essays on ICTR procedure and evidence in honour of
Gabrielle Kirk McDonald, The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2001, pp.177-185.
Books and Book Chapters
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GUICHAOUA, André. - La découverte.”Vérité judiciaire” et “vérité du chercheur”:
témoins et témoignages devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda.
In: Crises extrèmes: face aux massacres, aux guerres civiles et aux génocides, 2006.
ISBN: 2707149802.
GUICHAOUA, André. - Political background to the 1994 Rwandan crisis. In: Expert
report prepared at the request of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’, ICTR,
Arusha 1997.
GUILLOT, Philippe. - Les relations entre le Rwanda et le TPIR. In: La répression
internationale du génocide rwandais, 2003, pp. 21-40.
GUNAWARDANA, Asoka de Z. - “Contributions by the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda to development of the definition of genocide,” In: American Society of
International Law Proceedings, Vol. 94, 2000, pp.277-279.
GUNAWARDANA, Asoka de Z. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
In: The New International Criminal Law, 2001 International Law Session, KOUFA,
Kalliopi (Ed), Sakkoulas, 2003. ISBN: 960301737X.
GUT, Till. - Misconduct before the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda. In:
Counsel misconduct before the international criminal court: professional responsibility
in international criminal defence, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2012, pp.37-50.
HABIMANA, Aloys. - Judicial responses to mass violence: is the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda making a Difference towards reconciliation in Rwanda? In:
International War Crimes Trials: making a difference? : Proceedings of an interdisciplinary
Conference at the University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas, November 6-7,
2003 / Steven R. Ratner and James L. Bischoff, Eds / 2004, pp.83-90.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
HARHOFF, Frederik. - The first ever international Trial on Genocide: notes on ‘Akayesu’,
Human Rights and criminal Justice for the Downtrodden: Essays in Honour of Asbjorn
Eide, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2003, pp. 139-156.
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HARHOFF, Frederik.- The role of the parties before International Criminal Courts in
light of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: International and national
prosecution of crimes under international law: current developments, 2001, pp.645-664.
HARRAH, Jessica A. - Trial of “the Butare four”. In: Belgium: memorandum for the Office
of the Prosecutor Case Western Reserve University School of Law. International War
Crimes Project, 2003, No. 24, 26 p.
HARRINGTON, Joanna. - Monitoring and referral of cases between jurisdictions: An
ICTR contribution to best practice. In: Promoting accountability for gross human rights
violations in Africa under international Law: Essays in Honour of Prosecutor Hassan
Bubacar Jallow edited by Jalloh Chernor Charles and Alhagi Marong, Brill, pp.478497, 2015, ISBN: 9789004271746.
HASLAM, Emily. - Law, Civil society and contested justice at the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Paths to international justice, DEMBOUR, Marie-Bénédicte;
KELLY, Tobias, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780521709200.
HASSE, Jana. - Internationale Strafgerichtshöfe: IMTN, IMTFE, ICTY und ICTR: die
Angeklagten. In: Humanitäres Völkerrecht: politische, rechtliche und strafgerichtliche
Dimensionen, HASSE, Jana; MÜLLER, Erwin; SCHNEIDER, Patricia, Baden-Baden:
Nomos, 2001, pp. 477-490. ISBN: 3-7890-7174-9.
HAUGHTON, Anna M. - The balancing of the rights of the accused against the rights
of a witness in regard to anonymous testimony: memorandum for the Office of the
Prosecutor, New England School of Law, 2001, vi; 45 p.
HENZELIN, Marc.- “Les raisons de savoir” du supérieur hiérachique qu’un crime va
être commis ou a été commis par un subordonné, Examen de la jurisprudence des
tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yugoslavie et le Rwanda. In: Actualité de
la jurisprudence pénale international, à l’heure de la mise en place de la cour pénale
international sous la dir. De Paul Tavernier, Bruxelles: Bruylant, pp.81-127, 2004, ISBN:
2802719297.
HERIK, L van den; ZAIKOS, N. - War crimes in Rwanda? : The answer of the ICTR so far
(1998-2001). In: The New International Criminal Law: 2001 International Law Session
/ ed. by: Kalliopi Koufa, ISBN 960301737X, 2003.
HERIK, L.J. Van den. - The contribution of the Rwanda tribunal to the development of
international law, Leiden; Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2005.
HERIK, L.J. van den. - War crimes in Rwanda? The answer of the ICTR so far (19982001). In: Koufa K. (Ed.) Thesaurus Acroasium, The new International Criminal Law:
2001 International Law Session No. XXXII. Athens-Thessaloniki: Sakkoulas Publications,
2001.
HOLA, Barbora. - Consistency and pluralism of international sentencing: An empirical
assessment of the ICTY and ICTR practice. In: Pluralism in international criminal law
Edited by Elies van Sliedregt and Sergey Vasiliev, Oxford: Oxford University Press,
2014, ISBN: 978-0-19-870319-8.
HUBBARD, Jessica A. - Justice for Women? : Rape as genocide and the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Rape: weapon of war and genocide, St. Paul, MN:
Paragon House, 2012, pp.101-116.
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HOROVIT, Sigall. - The impact of the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda and the
special court for Sierra Leone on impunity in Rwanda and Sierra Leone. In: Africa and
the future of international criminal justice / Ed by Vincent O. Nmehielle. - The Hague:
Eleven International Publishing, 2012. - pp.15-52.
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HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH. - 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, New York, Washington,
and London: Human Rights Watch, 2004. ISBN1-56432-295-5.
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Basic documents and case law 19952011 DVD-ROM=Textes fondamentaux et jurisprudence, Laïty Kama Law Library =
Bibliothèque juridique Laïty Kama, ISBN: 978-92-1-0580045-2
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. ICTR Library, ICTR quartery bibliography:
ICTR Library = Bibliographie trimestrielle du TPIR: Bibliothèque du TPIR = Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda, ICTR, 1999.
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda:
reports of orders, decisions and judgements 1995-1997 = Tribunal Pénal International
pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions et arrêts 1995-1997, Bruxelles:
Bruylant, 2000, 834 p. ISBN 2-8027-1367-1.
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Legal Maxims: Summaries and extracts from
Selected Case Law. In: The Global Community, Vol. 2005, No. 2, 2006, pp.945-1013.
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Legal Maxims: Summaries and extracts from
Selected Cases Law. In: The Global Community, Vol. 2006, No.1, 2007, pp.655-811.
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Witnesses and Victims Support Section
(WVSS): manual of operational guidance vol.1 Section d’assistance aux témoins et
victimes (SATV): guide des procédures opérationnelles tome 1, Arusha: ICTR, 2002,
Vol. I, XII, 83 p.
INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP. - Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda:
l’urgence de juger, Nairobi & Arusha & Bruxelles: International Crisis Group, 2001,
45 p.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP. - Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: le
compte à rebours. In: International Crisis Group Report, 1 août 2002, pp.1-25.
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INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP.- International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: justice
delayed. In: ICG African Report; No. 30, Nairobi; Arusha & Bruxelles, June 2001.
JALLOH, Charles Chernor; MARONG, Alhagi; KINNECOME, David M. - Concurrent
jurisdiction at the ICTR: Should the tribunal refer cases to Rwanda? (2007). Human
rights to international criminal law: studies in honour of an African Jurist: Judge Laity
Kama, Emmanuel Decaux, ed., pp. 159-201, Martinus Nijhoff Brill, 2007, (University of
Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper Series.)
JALLOH, Charles Chernor; MARONG, Alhagi. - Promoting accountability for gross
human rights violations in Africa under international Law: Essays in Honour of Prosecutor
Hassan Bubacar Jallow, 619 p. 2015, ISBN: 9789004271746.
JALLOH, Charles Chernor; MORGAN, Andrew. - International criminal justice processes
in Rwanda and Sierra Leone: Lessons for Liberia and other African situations (March 6,
2015). In: Shielding humanity: Essays in international law in Honour of Judge Abdul
G. Koroma, Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Brill, June 2015 pp.447-509 (Florida
International University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 15-12.; U. of Pittsburgh Legal
Studies Research Paper No. 2015-23.)
JALLOH, Chernor S. - Hassan Bubacar Jallow: The man on a journey for justice. In:
Promoting accountability for gross human rights violations in Africa under international
Law: Essays in Honour of Prosecutor Hassan Bubacar Jallow edited by Jalloh Chernor
Charles and Alhagi Marong, Brill, pp.1-6, 2015, ISBN: 9789004271746.
JALLOW, Hassan B. - Statements of the presidents of the ICJ and of the international
criminal tribunals: the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: The pursuit of
international criminal justice: a world study on conflicts, victimization and post-conflict
justice, Vol. 1, 2010.
JALLOW, Hassan Bubacar [et al.].- Challenges of investigating and
prosecutingInternationalCrimes. In: 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, DECAUX, Emmanuel; DIENG, Adama; SOW,
Malick (Ed.), Leiden: Martinus Nijholf Publishers, 2007, pp.437-459.
JALLOW, Hassan Bubacar. - 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. In: Beyond the UN Charter: Peace, Security and the Role of Justice, RIBBELINK,
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Judgment, Trial Chamber (15 May 2003), from human rights to international criminal
law: studies in honour of an African jurist, the late judge Laïty Kama: études en l’honneur
d’un juriste africain, feu le juge Laity Kama, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007,
pp. 297-309.
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RASSI, Christopher M. - Surrender of indictees and non-indicted criminals from the United
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of Law, 2002. - 57p. (issue; No.18; International War Crimes Prosecution Project)
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ROBINSON, Peter. Trial in absentia at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
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RYAN, Maryellen. - A comparative analysis of national and international legislation and
jurisprudence regarding the use of deposition evidence at trial: memorandum for the
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RYDBERG, Asa; TOLBERT, David.- Enforcement of sentences. In: Essays on ICTR
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Rwanda. In: The realities of international criminal justice / ed. by Dawn L. Rothe,
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of Adama Dieng / Edited by Charles Riziki Majinge, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars
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Books and Book Chapters
Special Bibliography on ICTR
SADAT, Leila N. - The legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In:
Promoting accountability for gross human rights violations in Africa under international
Law: Essays in Honour of Prosecutor Hassan Bubacar Jallow edited by Jalloh Chernor
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SANDEN, J.Van der; WOLF, W.J. Van der (Eds). - International Criminal Tribunal
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SANTIEMMA, Elena. - La dimension internationale du cas Rwanda: le Tribunal pénal
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pénales internationales: séminaires italo-tunisiens (Tunis-Rom), Mai-Novembre 2009,
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SCALIA, Damien; DEVRESSE, Marie-Sophie. - Criminal justice for international
crimes: Perspectives of the accused at the ICTR and selected national jurisdictions.
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Society of Criminology)”, San Francisco - Etats-Unis (du 19/11/2014 au 22/11/2014)
SCHAACK, Beth Van. - Engendering Genocide: the Akayesu Case before the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Human rights advocacy stories, HURWITZ, Deena
(Ed), SATTERTHWAITE Margaret L. (Ed), New York: Foundation Press, 2009, pp.8-55.
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SCHABAS, William A. - Anti-Complementarity: Referral to National Jurisdictions by the
UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Max Planck Yearbook of United
Nations Law; Vol. 13, 2009, pp.29-60.
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Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone. In: The scene of the mass crime: history, film, and
international tribunals /by Christian Delage and Peter Goodrich. - London: Routledge,
2013. - Pp.23-41.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
SCHABAS, William A. - “International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda”. In: The Global
Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, Vol. II, Dobbs Ferry,
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SCHABAS, William A. - International sentencing: from Leipzig (1923) to Arusha (1996).
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SCHABAS, William A. - Selecting cases at the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. In: Promoting accountability for gross human rights violations in Africa under
international Law: Essays in Honour of Prosecutor Hassan Bubacar Jallow edited by Jalloh
Chernor Charles and Alhagi Marong, Brill, pp.58-70, 2015, ISBN: 9789004271746.
SCHABAS, William A. - The crime of genocide in the jurisprudence of the International
Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. In: International and national
prosecution of crimes under international law: current developments: Berlin: Verlag,
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SCHABAS, William A. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2006:
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Community, 2007, No. 1, 2008, pp. 633-931.
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Rwanda and Sierra Leone, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006, pp.
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pp.51-66.
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SCHLÜTTER, Birgit.- Developments in customary international law: theory and the
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9789004160552.
SCHULZ, Philipp. - The outreach and the ICTR: Assessing the impact of outreach activities
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Books and Book Chapters
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SELLERS, Patricia V. - The “Appeal”of sexual violence: Akayesu/Gacumbitsi Cases. In:
Center for human rights, gender based violence in Africa: perspective from the continent
51.
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SHERMAN, Jake. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the length of
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SMITH, Charles Anthony. - Third-Party war crimes tribunals: the ICTY and the ICTR. In:
The rise and fall of the war crimes trials: From Carles to Bush II, New York: Cambridge
University Press, pp.155-184, 2012, ISBN: 978110702354.
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
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International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia’s initial foray into genocide
prosecution. In: Collected student papers from 2002: Seminar in international legal
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School of Law, pp.125-160.
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SNYDER, Mary.- An analysis of the Kayishema and Ruzindana judgment in light of
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SRIRAM, Chandra Lekha. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the
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STIFTUNG, Friedrich- Ebert.- Presentation of the Human Rights Award 2003 of the
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eine politisch-historische Bilanz, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang edition, 2015, 606 p.
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9789004271746.
TARAKU, Sylo; KARLSEN, Gunnar M. - Prosecuting genocide in Rwanda: the Gacaca
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TERRIS, Daniel; JESUS, Ramon De. - Sentences and words: Language and legacy
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TOCHILOVSKY, Vladimir. - Indictment, disclosure, admissibility of evidence: jurisprudence
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TOLBERT, David; SMITH, Laura A. - A tribute to Justice Hassan B. Jallow: The legacy
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TOTTEN, Samuel; BARTROP, Paul R. - The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
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9780415953948.
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1995-1997 = Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances,
décisions et arrêts 1995-1997, Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2000.
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UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION / ORGANISATION DES NATIONS UNIES.International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments
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2000 = Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances,
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2001: Vol. I = Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances,
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2000 = Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances,
décisions, jugements et arrêts 2000. Vol. I, Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2005, ISBN: 92-1056714-5 (Vol.I), 2-8027-2002-3.
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UVIN, Peter; MIRONKO, Charles.-The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
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VANHOENACKER, Celine. The right to legal assistance at the ICTR, Arusha: ICTR,
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VERNICHON, Aurélie. - L’outrage au Tribunal devant les deux tribunaux ad hoc, le
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of Navanethem Pillay, Nijhoff, 2010. ISBN: 9004183787.
WALLIS, Alan. - Closing the impunity gap: Southern Africa’s role in ensuring justice for
the 1994 genocide in Rwanda: moving beyond the Tribunal’s completion strategy and
residual mechanism. - Johannesburg: Southern Africa Litigation Centre, 2012. - 101 p.
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Jugoslawien und Ruanda: Herausforderungen fur die Anklage im internationalen
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WIBABARA, Charity.- Gacaca courts versus the International Criminal Tribunal for
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WILSON, Richard Ashby. - Misjudging Rwandan society and history at the International
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WILSON, Richard Ashby. - When humanity sits in Judgment: crimes against Humanity
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WLADIMIROFF, Michail. - Position of the defence: the role of defence counsel before
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WOLF, W. J. Van der (Ed.) - War crimes jurisprudence of the International Criminal
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Factors in Computers systems: University of Washington, 2013, pp. 2527-2536.
ZAGARIS, Bruce. - ICTY and Rwanda Tribunal developments. In: International
Enforcement Law Reporter, Vol. 19, No. 11, November 2003, 464 p
ZAHAR, Alexander, ROHOL, Susan. - The United Nations International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda (ICTR), Genocide at the millennium: genocide: a critical bibliographic
review: Vol.5, London: Transaction Publishers, 2005, pp. 209-239.
ZAHAR, Alexander. - The problem of false testimony at the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. In: Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals,
vol. 25: international criminal tribunal for Rwanda, 2006-2007, André Klip and Göran
Sluiter, eds., pp. 509-522, Intersentia, 2010.
ZAPPALA, Salvatore. - 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, Flauss, Jean-François (Ed.), Bruxelles:
Bruylant, 2003, pp. 98-116. ISBN 2-8027-1828-2.
ZEEGERS, Krit. - Provisional release before the Ad Hoc Tribunals: Essays in Honour of
Adama Dieng, The Hague. In: Amsterdam Centre for International Law Research Paper
2013-17, 30p.
ZEEGERS, Krit. - Provisional release before the Ad Hoc tribunals. In: Rule of law through
human rights and international criminal justice: Essays in Honour of Adama Dieng /
Edited by Charles Riziki Majinge, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.228270, 2015, ISBN: 978-1-4438-7601-8.
ZHU, Wen-Qi.- Poursuite du crime de génocide par le Tribunal pénal International pour
le Rwanda: le crime de génocide dans le cadre de l’affaire Akayesu, questions choisies,
Génocide (s), Bruxelles : Bruylant, 1999, pp.131-140.
ZHU, Wen-Qi. - The doctrine of command responsibility as applied to civilian leaders:
the ICTR and the ‘’ Kayishema’’ case. In: International law in the post-cold war world:
essays in memory of Li Haopei, London: Routledge, 2001, pp.373-384.
ZHU, Wen-Qi. - The jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
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Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2001, pp. 426-436. ISBN: 3-7890-7174-9
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Articles from Journals / Periodicals
ABDESSEMED, Abderrachid. - Le principe du double degré de juridiction et les
jurisdictions pénales internationales. In: Revue trime strielle des droits de l’homme,
Vol.19, No.74, 2008, pp.419-447.
ACQUAVIVA, Guido. - Human rights violations before International Tribunals: Reflections
on responsibility of international organizations. In: Leiden Journal of International Law,
Vol.20, No.3, 2007, pp.613-636.
ACQUAVIVA, Guido.- Was a Residual Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals
Really Necessary? In: Journal of International Criminal Justice, Vol. 9, No. 4, Sep.
2011, p.789-796
ADAMI, Tom A. - The management of International Criminal Justice records: the case of
Rwanda Tribunal. In: African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science, Vol.
13, No. 1, 2003, pp. 1-10.
ADAMI, Tom A.; HUNT, Martha. - Genocidal archives: the African context: genocide in
Rwanda. In: Journal of the Society of Archivists, Vol. 26, No. 1, Apr. 2005: pp.105-121.
AFRICA LAW INSTITUTE. - The International Criminal Statute of Tribunal for Rwanda. In:
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A
A comparative analysis of national and international legislation and jurisprudence regarding the use of
deposition evidence at trial: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 37
A comparative analysis of two criminal procedure regimes: prosecuting genocide at the ICTR in Rwanda
and murder in the United States: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 41
A comparative study of protection of victims and witnesses before the international criminal court (ICC)
and international criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 99
A comparative study of the ICTY and the ICTR and their “successes”: A deeper look at the legacy that
will be left behind by these tribunals. · 104
A comparison of the prosecution of crimes under the statute of the international criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda and Rwandan organic law NO. 08/96 of 30 August 1996. · 111
A Comparison of the Yugoslavian and Rwandan war crimes tribunals: universal jurisdiction and the
‘elementary dictates of humanity. · 83
A critical analysis of penalties of the international criminal justice: a case study of the ICTY and the
ICTR. · 100
A critical analysis of the temporal jurisdiction of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 106
A legal analysis of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda development of rape and sexual
violence jurisprudence and its applicability in Rwandan law. · 103
A legal standard of Appeal and review proceedings before International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
· 104
A perpetual possibility?: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’s recognition of the genocide
of 1994. · 67
A propos du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 47
A reappraisal of the abandoned Nuremberg concept of criminal organizations in the context of justice
in Rwanda, Criminal Law. · 62
A steady race towards better compliance with international humanitarian law? · 83
A synopsis of the problematic jurisprudence of the trial and appeal chambers of the ICTR. · 1
A tribute to Adama Dieng. · 6
A tribute to Justice Hassan B. Jallow: The legacy of international and hybrid courts - Are human rights
more respected? · 42
A war crimes community? The legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda beyond
jurisprudence. · 54
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Special Bibliography on ICTR
A review of the fourteen years of existence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (19942008): Time for a permanent regional criminal justice mechanism for Africa? · 25
113
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. · 57
A woman on trial for Rwanda’s massacre; Pauline Nyiramasuhukois the first woman charged with
genocide and using rape as a crime against humanity. · 88
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. · 88
Accountability, justice and the role of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 12
Achieving reconciliation through prosecution in the courts: Lessons from Rwanda. · 71
Acoustic jurisprudence: Listening to the trial of Simon Bikindi. · 109
Acquittal in the face of sufficient evidence and requisite intent: the International Criminal Tribunal for
Former Yugoslavia’s initial foray into genocide prosecution. · 40
Acquittals in Mugenzi & Mugiraneza v. Prosecutor contribute to the weak legacy of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 46
Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals and the Issue of Law making - Judges and law making at the
international criminal tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 85
Ad Hoc rules for ad hoc tribunals? The rule making power of the judges of the ICTY and ICTR. · 84
Adama Dieng: A Humanist. · 30
Adama Dieng: Un Humaniste. · 30
Africa and the globalization of justice: contributions and lessons from the International Tribunal for
Rwanda = L’Afrique et la mondialisation de la justice: le rôle du Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda et les enseignements qui se dégagent de son expérience. · 97
African languages in international criminal justice: The ICTR and beyond. · 41
After Arusha: Gacaca justice in post-genocide Rwanda. · 85
Aggravating and mitigating sentencing factors at the ICTR: An exploratory analysis. · 77
Akayesu (Case No. ICTR-96-4-T): Applicability Ratione Loci; Applicability Ratione temporis; Akayesu
and criminal responsibility. · 27
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Akayesu. Judgment, 1 June 2001, Appeals Chamber. · 93
114
Aloys Ntabakuze V. The Prosecutor, Appeals Judgment, Case No. ICTR-98-41A-A. · 91
AMBOS, Kai · 3
An analysis of international criminal justice norms in national jurisdictions: implementing the ICTY &
ICTR completion strategies. · 107
An analysis of the Kayishema and Ruzindana judgment in light of light of earlier jurisprudence of the
ICTR and ICTY: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 40
An analysis of the legal regime governing transfer of cases from the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda (ICTR) to the Rwandan domestic justice system. · 102
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 ICTY and ICTR. · 101, 109
An assessment of risk associated with change and implication in the performance: A case study of
completion strategy of International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 109
An assessment of the impact of human resource management practices on employee turnover: The case
of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 101
An assessment of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 9
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. · 51
An empirical study of ICTY and ICTR sentencing: Doctrine versus practice. · 11
An ICTR witness protection legacy. · 85
An insider’s guide to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 28
An international war crimes tribunal for Africa: problems and prospects. · 75
Analyse critique de la justice pénale internationale face aux principes d’un process équitable. Cas du
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 107
Analyse critique de la lenteur des procèspénaux devant le tribunaux internationaux Ad Hoc: cas du
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et Tribunal Pénal International pour l’Ex-Yougoslavie. · 112
Analyse critique de la protection légale des témoins à charge devant le Tribunal Pénal International
pour le Rwanda. · 109
Analyse spécifique du crime de génocide dans le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 89
Analysis of trends in sexual violence prosecutions in indictments by the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda (ICTR) from November 1995 to November 2002. · 26
Analytical and comparative digest of the ICTY, ICTR and SCSL Jurisprudence on International Sex
Crimes. · 25
And since Akayesu? The development of ICTR jurisprudence on gender crimes: a comparison of
Akayesu and Muhimana. · 51
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals (Vol.36). The International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2009. · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals, The International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda 2006-2007. · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. 42, the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda 2010: (1 January - 21 October 2010) · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. The international criminal tribunal for
Rwanda (1 January - 21 October 2010). · 20
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol 7, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2005. · 21
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Special Bibliography on ICTR
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals, The International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda 2005-2006. Intersentia, Vol. XXIV, 2009. · 21
115
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. 11, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2002-2003. · 21
Annotated leading cases of International Criminal Tribunals. Vol. 12, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2003. · 20
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. 14: The International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2003. · 20
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. 15: The International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2003. · 20
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. 17: the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda: 2003-2004. · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. 18, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda: 2004. · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. 22, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2005. · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. 8: The International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2001-2002. · 20
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals. Vol. XXXI: The International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda 28 November 2007-30 November 2008. · 20
Annotated leading cases of International Criminal Tribunals. Vol.10, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2001-2002. · 20
Annotated leading cases of International Criminal Tribunals: Vol 2, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 1994-1999. · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals: Vol 6, the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda 2000-2001. · 21
Annotated leading cases of international criminal tribunals; Vol. XXXII: The International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda, November-December 2008. · 20
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Anti-Complementarity: referral to national jurisdictions by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 80
116
Anti-Complementarity: Referral to National Jurisdictions by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 38
Appeals Chamber. Kajelijeli v. the Prosecutor - May 23, 2005 - Text of Decision. · 61
Appeals in the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals: structure, procedure, and recent cases. · 54
Appraising the role of the ICTR-Main Achievements of the ICTR. · 71
Approche comparative des compétences du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et des
juridictions nationales en matière de Génocide. · 104
Appropriate remedy of redress for human rights violations against Acquitted persons: Commentary on
the ICTR Imanishimwe case . · 19
Arriving at Rwanda: extension of sexual assault prosecution under the Statutes of the Ad Hoc
International Criminal Tribunals. · 81
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. · 39
Arusha et Kigali dans la répression du genocide rwandais: duel ou duo? · 73
Arusha: Ntakirutimana case. · 60
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. · 65
At Stake: Credibility of war crimes tribunal; Appeals Court reconsiders its decision to free Rwandan
accused of genocide. · 83
Atrocity and its prosecution: the Ad Hoc tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 7
Avoiding belittlement of human suffering: A retributivist critique of ICTR sentencing practices. · 84
Award ceremony: presentation of the human rights award 2003 of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung to the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Arusha, 25-27 November 2004. · 97
Award ceremony: presentation of the human rights award 2003 of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung to the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: on Tuesday, May 20th, 2003. · 97
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Background paper for the consultation with representatives of the International Criminal Tribunals for
former Yugoslavia and Rwanda on privileges and immunities of the International Criminal Court. · 22
Bagaragaza. Sentence, 5 November 2009, Trial Chamber. · 94
Bagilishema, Judgment, 7 June 2001, Trial Chamber. · 93
Bagosora, [et al.] (Military I Trial), Judgment and Sentence, 18 December 2008, Trial Chamber. · 92
Balancing the right of the accused with measures for protection of victims and witnesses in the
international criminal tribunals: The case of the International Tribunal for Rwanda. · 100
Barayagwiza V. Prosecutor (decision, and decision (prosecutor’s request for review or reconsideration)):
case No. ICTR-97-19-AR72: ICTR Appeals Chamber, November 3, 1999 and March 31, 2000. · 80
Barayagwiza. Decision (Prosecutor’s request for review or reconsideration), 31 March 2000, Appeals
Chamber. · 95
Basic Documents and Case Law, 1995-2000 CD-ROM, United Nations International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda, United Nations Publications, New York, USA, ISBN 92-95013-04-02, ISSN 1020-8941,
UN Publication Sales No. E/F.01.III.W.1, The CD-ROM is dedicated to the late Judge Laity Kama,
first President of the ICTR from 1995 to 1999, who delivered the first judgment of the Tribunal in the
Prosecutor v. Akayesu, Case No. ICTR-96-4-T. · 69
Basic documents and case law, 1995-2000. · 85
Beating plowshares into swords - reconciling the sovereign right to self-determination with individual
human rights through an International Criminal Court: The lessons of the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda as a Frontispiece. · 91
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Special Bibliography on ICTR
Basic documents and case law 1995-2011 DVD-ROM=Textes fondamentaux et jurisprudence, Laïty
Kama Law Library = Bibliothèque juridique Laïty Kama. · 16
117
Beginning to learn how to end: lessons on completion strategies, residual mechanisms, and legacy
considerations from ad hoc international criminal tribunals to the international criminal court. · 57
Beyond the statute of the ICTR: Instigation as a mode of participation in crimes against humanity. · 1
Beyond victor’s justice? The challenge of prosecuting the winners at the international criminal tribunals
for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 76
Bikindi, Judgment and Sentence, 2 December 2008, Trial Chamber. · 94
Bikindi. Judgment, 18 March 2010, Appeals Chamber. · 95
Bilan des réalisations du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 105
Blazing a trail: ICTR establishes important precedents. · 75
Building the narrative: the UN tribunals for the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone. · 38
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Cahiers d’études internationales, No.1, 2006, pp.77-91 · 49
Callixte Nzabonimana v. The Prosecutor, Appeals chamber judgment, Case No. ICTR 98-44D-A. · 94
Can Rwandan President Kagame beheld responsible at the ICTR for the killing of President
Habyarimana? · 78
Can the US State Department surrender Rwandan fugitives to the UN criminal tribunal? · 66
Capacity-building efforts of the ICTR: A different kind of legacy. · 53
Cas du Tribunal International pour le Rwanda. · 54
Case law ICTR and ICTY. · 35
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). · 60
Challenges of international criminal justice: the ICTR experience, colloquium of Prosecutors of
International Criminal Tribunals. · 98
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Challenges of investigating and prosecutingInternationalCrimes. · 17
118
Challenges of proper completion and winding up of the ad hoc Tribunal – ICTR, colloquium of
Prosecutors of International Criminal Tribunals. · 98
Challenging impunity for crimes of sexual violence: The efforts of Prosecutor Jallow to set the record
straight. · 6
Changing the Rules of the game in the middle of play: The dilemma of procedural development in the
Rwanda Tribunal. · 75
Charges, evidence, and legal assistance in international jurisdictions: the jurisprudence of the ICTY,
ICTR and SCSL. · 41
Chronique de jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (2006). · 53
Chronique de jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: récents jugements (Déc.
2008 à Nov.2009). · 53
Chronique de la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (1995-2002). · 1
Citation directe and instituting prosecutions before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. ·
106
Closing the impunity gap: Southern Africa’s role in ensuring justice for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda:
moving beyond the Tribunal’s completion strategy and residual mechanism. · 43
Closing the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 49
Closing the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: completion strategy and residual issues.
· 47
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 November 1995 to
November 2002. · 8
Collected student papers from the 2002 Seminar in international legal process: the jurisprudence of
the ICTY & ICTR. · 43, 98
Colonialism and injustice: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 77
Command responsibility in the case law of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 87
Commanding rape: sexual violence, command responsibility, and the prosecution of superiors by the
International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 65
Comment accéder au TPIR = Accessing ICTR = Uko wagera ku rukiko mpuzamahanga ku Rwanda. · 8
Commentary on the Musema judgment rendered by the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 90
Commentary: The Assignment of Defence Counsel before the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 88
Commettre le génocide par des actes qualifiés de partie intégrante du crime: L’arrêt du TPIR dans
l’affaire Seromba. · 85
Committing genocide by integral-Part participation: The ICTR Appeals Chamber judgement in
Prosecutor v. Seromba. · 85
Comparing the Rules of Evidence applicable before the ICTY, ICTR and the ICC. · 103
Compétence des tribunaux Ad Hoc pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda concernant les crimes contre
l’humanité et le crime de génocide. · 78
Competence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 74
Complete justice: Residual functions and potential residual Mechanisms of the ICTY, ICTR and SCSL.
· 75
Completing the mandates of the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals: Lessons from the Nuremberg
process? · 72
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Compatibility of the 2011 Uwinkindi case with human rights: Comparison with the 2008 referral
decisions of the ICTR. · 21
119
Completing the tribunal: ICTR’s contributions and deficiencies. · 52
Compliance with the laws of war: the role of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 10
Complicity in genocide as understood through the ICTR experience. · 74
Complicity in genocide versus aiding and abetting genocide: constructing the difference in the ICTR
and ICTY statutes. · 54
Computers and international criminal law: high tech crimes and criminals: memorandum for the Office
of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 13
Concurrent Jurisdiction and the ICTR: should the Tribunal refer Cases to Rwanda? · 25
Concurrent jurisdiction at the ICTR: Should the tribunal refer cases to Rwanda? · 16
Conflicts of justice - an analysis of the role of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 76
Confronting impunity: assessing the contribution of the International Criminal Tribune for Rwanda (ICTR)
to the evolvement of international criminal law. · 30
Consistency and pluralism of international sentencing: An empirical assessment of the ICTY and ICTR
practice. · 15
Conspiracy to commit genocide as understood through the jurisprudence of the international criminal
tribunal for Rwanda. · 109
Conspiracy to commit genocide: Prosecutor v. Jean Kambanda and Prosecutor v. Alfred Musema 2001.
· 74
Constructing a hierarchy of crimes in International Criminal Law Sentencing. · 52
Contemporary International Courts and Tribunals: The ICTR. · 36
Continuing or recommencing proceedings before the ICTR in the absence of a judge: A comparative
overview. · 1
Contrepoint: Les tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour le Rwanda, nouveaux
modèles de justice pour la Cour pénale Internationale. · 18
Contribution au bilan des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’Ex-Yougoslavieet le Rwanda: la
responsabilité pénale international individuelle: les crimes de guerre [these de doctorat]. · 100
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Contributions by the ad hoc tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda to the ongoing work on
elements of crimes in the context of the ICC. · 11
120
Contributions by the Ad Hoc Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda: Some elements of
comparison. · 11
Contributions by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to development of the definition of
genocide. · 14
Contributions of the ICTY and ICTR to development of definitions of crimes against humanity and
genocide. · 46
Contributions of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the development of international
humanitarian law. · 63
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. · 2
Controversial and inconsistent practice of the ICTY and ICTR appeals chambers with respect to the right
to Appeal. · 25
Cooperation of African states with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 102
Co-operation with […] ICTY and ICTR. · 40
Co-operation with the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 40
Copping a plea to genocide: the plea bargaining of international crimes. · 52
Countdown to 2010: a critical overview of the completion strategy of the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda (ICTR). · 12
Court of remorse: Inside the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (review). · 55
Court of remorse: inside the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 10
Courting Rwanda: The promises and pitfalls of the ICTR outreach programme. · 76
Crime of genocide in International Law: Appraising the Contribution of the UN Tribunal for Rwanda.
· 28
Crimes against humanity in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 69
Crimes against humanity in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 22
Crimes against humanity, customary international law and the international tribunals for Bosnia and
Rwanda. · 78
Crimes of sexual violence: The experience of the International Criminal Tribunal. · 68
Crimes of the superior: the concept of superior responsibility applied before the ICTY and ICTR and
compared with the ICC statute. · 110
Criminal justice for international crimes: Perspectives of the accused at the ICTR and selected national
jurisdictions. · 38
Criminal Justice through international criminal tribunals: Reflections on some lessons for National
Criminal Justice Systems. · 71
Criminal responsibility of journalists under international criminal law: the ICTR experience. · 74
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 50
Criminalizing hate speech in the crucible of trial: Prosecutor v. Nahimana. · 75
Critical overview of the ‘Residual Functions’ of the Mechanism and its date of commencement (including
transitional arrangements). · 53
Title Index /Index par Titres
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Criminal proceeding before the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda.
· 35
121
Critiquing the trial and appeal chambers’ construction of instigation to crimes against humanity under
Article 6(1) of the statute of the ICTR. In: Instigation to crimes against humanity: The flawed jurisprudence
of the trial and appeal chambers of the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) · 1
Cultural relativism in international war crimes prosecutions: the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 51
Cumulative charges of genocide and war crimes in the practice of the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 11
Cumulative charges under international criminal law: Issues and perspectives. · 24
Cumulative charges, convictions and sentencing at the Ad Hoc International Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 50
Cumulative convictions and the double Jeopardy Rule: Pursuing justice at the ICTY and the ICTR. · 87
Current developments at the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals. · 58
Current Developments at the Ad Hoc International CriminalTribunals. · 72
Current developments in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 50
Current Developments in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 85
Current Developments in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 90
Current developments in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: judgment
of a Trial Chamber in the case of the Prosecutor v. Laurent Semanza. · 50
Currents developments at the Ad Hoc international criminal tribunals. · 67
Curtain call at closing: the multi-dimensional legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
· 66
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D’Arusha à Arusha = From Arusha to Arusha: livre-DVD. Le tribunal international pour le Rwanda ou
l’expérience de la diplomatie judiciaire. Un film de Christophe Gargot. · 23
122
De l’action civile résultant d’une décision rendue par une juridiction pénale internationale: cas du
tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 106
De l’Amicus Curiae devant les juridictions répressives internationales et son impact sur la décision du
juge: cas du Tribunal pénal international pour Rwanda. · 108
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. · 108
De la compétence concurrente des juridictions nationales comme cause d’inégalité de répression des
auteurs du même crime: cas du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 106
De la contribution de la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda à l’incrimination
du crime de génocide. · 110
De la contribution de la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda à la
conceptualisation juridique du crime de genocide. · 107
De la difficulté de réprimer le génocide rwandais l’expérience du Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda. · 8
De la jonction d’instances: Cas du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et des juridictions
internes. · 108
De la mise en liberté provisoire devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 102
De la participation criminelle dans les crimes poursuivis devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda. · 106
De la problématique de cooperation 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
genocide tutsi de 1994 au Rwanda. · 100
De la procédure du contre-interrogatoire dans les procès du Génocide: Cas du Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. · 108
De la répression symbolique à l’impunité du crime de génocide: Cas du Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. · 106
De l’articulation entre le national et l’international à la lumière de la stratégie d’achèvement du Tribunal
Pénal International Pour le Rwanda. · 12
Decision on the Prosecutor’s motion to withdraw the indictment: the prosecutor versus Bernard
Ntuyahaga, case no.: ICTR 98-40-T. · 60
Defending Rwandans before the ICTR: a venture full of Pitfalls and lessons for International Criminal
Law. · 34
Defining rape internationally: A comment on Akayesu. · 24
Defining Rape Internationally: A Comment on Akayesu. · 93
Definition of war crimes and their use in the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda. · 56
Deontological retributivism and the legal practice of international jurisprudence: the case of the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 56
Der Beitrag des ICTY und ICTR zur Entwicklung des Völkerstrafrechts zu sexueller Gewalt. · 27
Der internationale strafgerichtshof für Ruanda in Arusha/Tanzania: eine politisch-historische Bilanz. · 41
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. · 34
Determining who is accountable for genocide: a case study of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 102
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
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. · 3, 48
123
Developing contextualized rationales for sentencing in International Criminal Trials: A Plea for Empirical
Research. · 59
Developing international rules of evidence for the Yugoslav and Rwanda Tribunals. · 53
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. · 39
Die Arbeit der Internationalen Strafgerichtshofe fur das ehemalige Jugoslawien und Ruanda:
Herausforderungen fur die Anklage im internationalen Umfeld. · 43
Die nationale Zusammenarbeit mit den Internationalen Straftribunalen für das ehemalige Jugoslawien
und für Ruanda. · 41
Die UN-Tribunale fur Ex-Jugoslawien und Ruanda: Herausforderungen fur die Angklagebehorde. · 35
Die Vorgesetztenverantwortlichkeit 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. · 8
Disclosure of evidence before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 73
Disillusioned words like Bullets Bark: Incitement to genocide, music, and the trial of Simon Bikindi. · 82
Documents and Case Law, 1995-2000 (International criminal tribunal for Rwanda). · 81
Domestic trials for genocide and crimes against humanity: The example of Rwanda. · 55
Drafting of indictments for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 74
Du Tribunal pénal international l pour le Rwanda: quelques considérations. · 104
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Early Release in the context of international human rights law: Commentary on the ICTR Rwamakuba
Case. · 19
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Effective control: Problems arising from the application of non-military command responsibility by the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 65
124
Electronic monitoring of pre-trial detainees of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 6
Elements of crimes against humanity in the recent case law of the International Criminal Tribunals for the
former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 99, 104
Encyclopeadia on the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda. · 25
Encyclopedia on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda – volume 3: Pauline Nyiramasuhuko
Case Part 2/3, 2013. · 42
Enforcement of sanctions imposed by the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the Former
Yugoslavia, European Journal of Crime. · 63
Enforcement of sentences in ICTR, colloquium of Prosecutors of International Criminal Tribunals. · 98
Enforcement of sentences. · 37
Engendering Genocide: the Akayesu Case before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 38
Envisioning across generations: a multi-lifespan information system for international justice in Rwanda.
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computers systems. · 44
Erfarenheter från Rwandatribunalen’ (‘Experiences from the Rwanda Tribunal’), Tidskrift för Sveriges
domareförbund. · 48
Errors and missteps: key lessons the Iraqi Special Tribunal can learn from the ICTY, ICTR, and SCSL. · 80
Essai d’une contribution à l’étude des jurisdictions pénales internationals. · 110
Essays on ICTR procedure and evidence in honour of Gabrielle Kirk McDonald. · 25
Est-il risqué pour les Etats de coopérer avec les juridictions pénales internationales? Reflexions sur les
relations entre juridictions nationales, tribunaux pénaux internationaux et Cour européenne des droits
de l’homme. · 51
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. · 105
Evaluating the efficacy of the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia:
Implications for Criminology and International Criminal Law. · 88
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. · 2
Expanding the frontiers of humanitarian law: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 67
Expert witnesses and international war crimes trials: Making sense of large-scale violence in Rwanda.
·8
Extradition to the Rwandan war crimes tribunal: Is another treaty required?. · 86
exual violence or rape as a constituent act of genocide: lessons from the ad hoc tribunals and
prescription for the International Criminal Court. · 79
Ex-Yougoslavie, Rwanda: Les défis du tribunal pénal international. · 35
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Fair trial rights: a case study at the ICTR. · 52
Fair trials at International Criminal Tribunals: Examining the parameters of the International Right to
Counsel. · 63
Father Wenceslas Munyeshyaka: In the eyes of the survivors of Sainte Famille. · 25
Finding the best epistemic fit for International CriminalTribunals: Beyond the Adversarial–Inquisitorial
Dichotomy. · 61
Findings of the ICTR as ground of state responsibility. · 13
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Failed rape prosecutors at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 56
125
First Annual Report of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for
Genocide and Other Serious Violations. · 61
First performance report on the budget of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda for the
biennium 2012-2013: report of the Secretary-General. · 42
For these reasons, the chamber: Denies the Prosecutor’s request for referral: the false hope of Rule
11bis. · 51
Forecasting the Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 63
Forfølgelse som en forbrytelse mot menneskeheten med særlig fokus på skyldkravet, for henholdsvis ad
hoc-domstolene ICTY og ICTR, og ICC. · 107
Formation of the ICTR. · 5
French justice’s Endeavors to substitute for the ICTR. · 84
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. · 11
From Nuremberg to the Rwanda Tribunal: Justice or Retribution. · 72
From primacy to complementarity and backwards: (Re)-Visiting rule 11bis of the Ad Hoc tribunals. · 89
From the ICTR to ICC: Learning from the ICTR experience in bringing justice to Rwandans. · 62
From the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the International Criminal Court: expanding the
definition of genocide to include rape. · 69
Fully aware of the power of words: Morality, politics, and law in the Rwandan Media trial. · 110
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Gacaca courts versus the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and national courts lessons to
learn from the Rwandan justice approaches to Genocide. · 44
Gacaca courts versus the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda and national courts: lessons to
learn from the Rwandan justice approaches to genocide. · 112
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Gacumbitsi. Judgment, 17 June 2004, Trial Chamber. · 95
126
Gacumbitsi. Judgment, 6 July 2006, Appeals Chamber. · 93
Gaspard Kanyarukiga V. The Prosecutor, Appeals Judgment, Case No. ICTR -02-78-A. · 90
Gender crimes jurisprudence in the ICTR: positive developments. · 48
Gender crimes: the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 66
Gender-sensitive justice and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Lessons learned for the
International Criminal Court. · 75
Genocidal archives: the African context: genocide in Rwanda. · 46
Genocidal conflict in Rwanda and the ICTR. · 73
Genocidal gender and sexual violence: the legacy of the ICTR, Rwanda’s ordinary courts and Gacaca
courts. · 18
Genocide and war crimes and crimes against humanity: A digest of the case law of the international
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 64
Genocide as prosecuted by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and Gacaca Courts in
Rwanda. · 13
Genocide in East Timor-calling for an International Criminal Tribunal for East Timor in light of Akayesu.
· 91
Genocide in Rwanda: detention and prison involvement. · 66
Genocide, press freedom, and the case of Hassan Ngeze · 5
Genocide, war crimes against humanity: A digest of the case law of the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 42
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. · 16
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.1, The Rwanda Tribunal: Ndindabahizi, Emmanuel ICTR01-71; Karera, François ICTR-01-74: final judgments. · 32
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.10.1, the Rwanda Tribunal: Nshogoza Léonidas (1ICTR2007-91, 1ICTR-99-54A). · 33
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.11.2, the Rwanda tribunal: Nsengiyumva Anatole (ICTR96-12), Part 2. · 33
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.11.4, the Rwanda tribunal: Nsengiyumva Anatole (ICTR96-12), Part 4. · 33
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Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.11.6, the Rwanda tribunal: Nsengiyumva Anatole (ICTR96-12), Part 6. · 33
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.4, The Rwanda Tribunal: Ngeze, Hassan (ICTR-97-27):
final judgments. · 32
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.5, the Rwanda Tribunal: Akayesu - Bagaragaza - Bikindi.
· 32
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.6, The Rwanda Tribunal: Pauline Nyiramasuhuko case,
part 2. · 32
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.7.1, The Rwanda tribunal: Bagosora [et al.], case no:
ICTR-98-41-T, part 1. · 33
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.7.2, The Rwanda tribunal: Bagosora [et al.], case no:
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Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.7.3, The Rwanda tribunal: Bagosora [et al.], case no:
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Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.8, the Rwanda tribunal: Nchamihigo, Simeon (ICTR-0163). Vol.1. · 33
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.8, The Rwanda tribunal: Tharcisse Muvunyi (ICTR-00-55)
and Jean de Dieu Kamuhanda (ICTR-99-54), Vol.1-3. · 34
Global war crimes tribunal collection. Vol. 1.1.8.2, The Rwanda tribunal: Tharcisse Muvunyi (ICTR-0055) and Jean de Dieu Kamuhanda (ICTR-99-54) part 2. · 34
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Tribunal for Rwanda. · 80
Guilty Pleas in International Criminal Law: Constructing a Restorative Justice Approach. · 79
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Hassan Bubacar Jallow: The man behind the action. · 29
Hassan Bubacar Jallow: The man on a journey for justice. · 17
Hate speech and the Rwanda genocide: ICTR. · 8
Hearing the cry without answering the call: rape, genocide, and the Rwandan Tribunal. · 66
Het international straf tribunal voor Rwanda en de over dracht van genocidairesaan Rwanda: Ethischjuridischeuitdagingen. · 79
Het Rwanda Tribunaal nader beschouwd. · 59
Het Rwanda Tribunaal: uitdagingen en verworvenheden. · 59
Het uur der waarheid voor het Rwandatribunaal: Waardevolle exercitie of weggegooid geld? · 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 for Rwanda: Vol. 1. · 13
128
History and future of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 47
How do post-conflict institutional processes address sexual violence? : are examinations of the
international criminal tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia. · 108
How effective are international criminal tribunals? An analysis of the ICTY and ICTR. · 48
How far has the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda really come since Akayesu in the prosecution
and investigation of sexual offences committed against women? An analysis of Ndindiliyimana [et al.]
· 85
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? · 111
How international courts shape domestic justice: Lessons from Rwanda and Sierra Leone. · 60
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. · 17
Human rights before international criminal courts (on the ICTY, ICTR, ICC). · 11
Human rights investigations on trial: Human rights reports and the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 22
Human rights violations before International Tribunals: Reflections on responsibility of international
organizations. · 46
I
ICTR in 2004: Three case notes. · 65
ICTR in 2004: Three Case Notes. · 93
ICTR in the year 2011: atrocity crime litigation review for the year 2011. · 49
ICTR Library, ICTR quartery bibliography: ICTR Library = Bibliographie trimestrielle du TPIR: Bibliothèque
du TPIR = Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 16
ICTR mandate extended. · 79
ICTR Special Bibliography = Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR, edition 2011. · 43
ICTR Special Bibliography = Bibliographie spéciale du TPIR, edition 2012. · 43
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. · 9
ICTR, Prosecutor v. Kanyabashi, Trial Chamber, Decision on the Defence motion on jurisdiction, 18 June
1997. · 9
ICTR. · 44
ICTR: legal conditions of subordination in criminal law. Requirements to be a subordinate to another
person as a superior. · 40
ICTR: Prosecuting genocide in Rwanda: the ICTR and national trials. · 22
ICTY and ICTR. In: Head of State immunity and international crimes. · 104
ICTY, ICTR and ICC. · 44
ICTY/ICTR referrals and extradition: room for due process? · 100
Illuminating the broader context’: anthropological and historical knowledge at the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 55
Image and reality of war crimes justice: external perceptions of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 69
Impact of Human Rights Conventions on the two Ad Hoc Tribunals. · 28
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129
Implementation of humanitarian law by means of repression: the case of the International Criminal for
Rwanda. · 55
Improving the operation and functioning of the International Criminal Tribunals. · 72
In Pursuit of International Justice, the first four-year term of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 49
In re-Surrender of Ntakirutimana, 184 F.3d 419. · 52
In search of reconciliation and justice: the International Tribunal for Rwanda. · 99, 103
Incitement to terrorism in media coverage: Solutions to Al-Jazeera after the Rwandan media trial. · 52
Inconsistency and impunity in international human rights law: can the International Court solve the
problems raise by the Rwanda and Augusto Pinochet cases. · 77
Indictment, disclosure, admissibility of evidence: jurisprudence of the ICTY and ICTR. · 42
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.
· 50
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. · 82
inking the role of extremist radio (RTLM) in the genocide of Rwanda. · 62
Innocent until alleged guilty: provisional release at the ICTR. · 78
Inside the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 34
Instigation to commit crimes against humanity under Article 6(1) of the Statute of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a critique of the jurisprudence of the Trial and Appeal Chambers. · 99
Instigation to crimes against humanity: the flawed jurisprudence of the trial and appeal chambers of the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 2
Integrating a socio-legal approach to evidence in the International Criminal Tribunals. · 61
International Aid responses to crimes against humanity verses natural disasters: The case of Rwanda,
Darfur and the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. · 101
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International and non-international conflicts in the Jurisprudence of the ICTY and ICTR.The Making of
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International criminal courts (i): The International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. · 32
International criminal courts: practice, procedure and problems relating to evidence: privilege from
testimony at the ICTY and the ICTR. · 77
International criminal courts: Practice, procedure and problems relating to evidence: Privilege from
testimony at the ICTY and the ICTR. · 36
International criminal defense: The influence of attorney background on judicial decision making at the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 68
International criminal jurisdiction and international humanitarian law: The tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 84
International criminal jurisdiction and international humanitarian law: The Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 62
International criminal justice processes in Rwanda and Sierra Leone: Lessons for Liberia and other
African situations (March 6, 2015). · 17
International Criminal Justice: from paper to practice – a contribution from the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda to the establishment of the International Criminal Court. · 53
International criminal law: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 83
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. · 18
International criminal responsibility in the ICTR. · 24
International Criminal Tribunal and the Rwandan National Courts. · 52
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda – Genocide. · 59
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda procedural issues of joinder and severance. · 111
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda reports of orders, 71 documents and judgements 1995 1997’ (Review). · 65
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, rules of procedure and evidence. · 38
International Criminal tribunal for Rwanda. · 72
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 23, 31, 38, 78
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Case 5: The Prosecutor v. Sylvester Gacumbitsi (Case No.
ICTR-2001-64-A). · 13
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: justice delayed. · 16
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: legal maxims: summaries and extracts from selected case
law. · 29
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgements 1995-1997 =
Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions et arrêts 1995-1997.
· 16
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgements 2000 =
Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions, jugements et arrêts
2000. Vol. I. · 43
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments 1995-1997 =
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions et arrêts 1995-1997.
· 42
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments 1999 = Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions et arrêts 1999: vol. I. · 42
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgements 1999 =
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions, jugements et arrêts.
Vol. II. · 42
131
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments 2000 = Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions, jugements et arrêts 2000, Vol.
II. · 42
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reports of orders, decisions and judgments 2001: Vol. I =
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: recueil des ordonnances, décisions, jugements et arrêts
2001: vol. I. · 43
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 81
International Criminal Tribunals - A Comparative Study of the Tribunals in the Former Yugoslavia,
Rwanda and Sierra Leone. · 73
International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda judicial independence in
The Hague and Freetown: A tale of two cities. · 81
International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 68, 81
International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 65, 81
International Criminal Tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 39
International Criminal Tribunals: A review of 2007. · 80
International criminal tribunals: the sources and biases of evidence. · 86
International Decisions - Edited by Bernard H. Oxman In: re Surrender of Ntakirutimana - Fifth Circuit
decision on constitutionality of and probable cause for extradition to the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 57
International Decisions - Prosecutor v. Karemera, Ngirumpatse, & Nzirorera International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda decision on whether to take judicial notice of genocide against the Tutsis in 1994.
· 49
International humanitarian law from Nuremberg to Rome: the weighty precedents of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 69
International injustice: Rwanda, genocide and cover-up: the United Nations media trial. · 12
International intervention, justice and national reconciliation: the role of the ICTY and ICTR in Bosnia
and Rwanda. · 60
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
International justice after closure of the Ad Hoc Tribunals. · 36
132
International justice and domestic rebuilding: an analysis of the role of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. · 76
International justice for Rwanda missing the point: Questioning the relevance of classical criminal law
theory. · 74
International justice in Rwanda and the Balkans,virtual trials and the struggle for state cooperation. · 34
International Justice in Rwanda and the Balkans: Virtual Trials and the Struggle for State Cooperation.
· 76
International justice? A critical reflection of Christian reconciliation and the international criminal
tribunal for Rwanda. · 102
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). · 61
International law weekend proceedings: Groups protected by the genocide convention: Conflicting
interpretations from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 80
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). · 48
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. · 81
International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. · 17
International sentencing facts and figures: Sentencing practice at the ICTY and ICTR. · 60
International sentencing: from Leipzig (1923) to Arusha (1996). · 38
International Tribunal for Rwanda. · 84
Internationale Strafgerichtshöfe: IMTN, IMTFE, ICTY und ICTR: die Angeklagten. · 15
Interview du Procureur Richard Goldstone. · 32
Interview with Adama Dieng, Registrar of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 47
Interview with NavanethemPillay, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 47
Into the heart of darkness: the case against the foray of the Security Council Tribunal into the Rwandan
crisis. · 79
Introduction to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 53
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. · 56
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. · 91
Introductory Note to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Bagosora et al. v. Prosecutor. · 93
Introductory Note to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Prosecutor v. Uwinkindi. · 92
Introductory remarks on the establishment and operation of the international (Ad Hoc) criminal tribunals
for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 30
Introductory remarks on the establishment and operation of the international (ad-hoc) criminal tribunals
for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 30
Is the plea agreement practice of the international criminal tribunals a pathway to negotiated justice
within national jurisdictions? · 64
Is U.S. cooperation with the UN Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda unconstitutional? · 66
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Introductory note to the United Nations Security Council resolution 1966: international residual
mechanism for ICTY and ICTR. · 56
133
Issues and controversies surrounding the use of plea bargaining in international criminal tribunals. · 109
Issues of prevention and the development of international humanitarian law: From the International
Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda to the International Criminal Court. · 76
J
Jean Mpambara Case: Outlining culpable omissions in International Criminal Law. · 94
Jean-Paul Akayesu: premier cas à faire l’objet de poursuites devant le Tribunal criminel international à
Arusha, Tanzanie. · 1
Joint and separate trials before the ICTR. · 65
Joint criminal enterprise ved ICTY og ICTR - et fælles strafbart forehavende. · 22
Judge Laïty Kama: Five cases to develop international criminal law’ (on the ICTR Akayesu, Kambanda,
Musema, Rutaganda & Serushago cases). · 20
Judges and law making at the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda.
· 111
Judging the crime of crimes: continuity and improvisation at the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 12
Judgment Summaries: [notes]. · 92
Judgment summaries: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 94
Judgment summary: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 94
Judgment, 25 February 2010, Trial Chamber. · 96
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). · 90
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Judicial activism within the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda: A
dangerous political invasion into the realm of States. · 11
134
Judicial responses to genocide: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the Rwandan
genocide courts. · 67
Judicial responses to mass violence: is the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda making a
difference towards Reconciliation in Rwanda? · 98
Judicial responses to mass violence: is the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda making a
Difference towards reconciliation in Rwanda? · 14
Jurisdiction of the Ad Hoc Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda over crimes against humanity
and genocide. · 78
Jurisprudence of the ICTR. · 44
Justice and gender: Prosecuting gender-based and sexual violence crimes at the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda and the Special Court for Sierra Leone. · 10
Justice and reconciliation in the Great Lakes Region of Africa: the contribution of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 46
Justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: are criticisms just? · 63
Justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: are criticisms just?. · 19
Justice delayed is justice denied: The case of International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 108
Justice delayed, justice denied? : Provisional release in the ICTR practices. · 59
Justice for Women? : Rape as genocide and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 15
Justice Hassan Bubacar Jallow and gender justice in international criminal prosecutions. · 28
Justice Hassan Jallow’s contribution to international criminal justice: An OTP perspective. · 31
Justice in Africa: Rwanda’s genocide, its courts and the UN Criminal Tribunal. · 24
Justice in an uncooperative world: ICTY and ICTR foreshadow ICC Ineffectiveness. · 66
Justice internationale: de Nuremberg à la Haye et Arusha. · 11
Justice obscured: The Non-Disclosure of Witnesses’ Identities in ICTR Trials. · 77
Justice on Trial: The efficacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 57
Justice pénale internationale et coopération: le cas du tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. ·
109
K
Kajelijeli. Judgment and Sentence, 1 December 2003, Trial Chamber. · 96
Kajelijeli. Judgment, 23 May 2005, Appeals Chamber. · 93
Kalimanzira. Judgment, 20 October 2010, Appeals Chamber. · 91
Kalimanzira. Judgment, 22 June 2009, Trial Chamber. · 91
Kambanda v. Prosecutor: case no. ICTR97-23-A. · 75
Kambanda v. Prosecutor: No. ICTR 97-23-A: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Appeals
Chamber, October 19, 2000. · 83
Kambanda, Judgment, 19 October 2000, Appeals Chamber. · 93
Kamuhanda. Judgment, 19 September 2005, Appeals Chamber. · 94
Kanyabashi case · 92
Karera. Judgment, 2 February 2009, Appeals Chamber. · 94
Kayishema and Ruzindana, Judgment, 21 May 1999, Trial Chamber. · 90
Kayishema and Ruzindana, Reasons for judgment, 1 June 2001, Appeals Chamber. · 90
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Kamuhanda, Judgment, 22 January 2004, Trial Chamber. · 93
135
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L’administration de la preuve en matière de violences sexuelles devant le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. · 105
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. · 112
L’effet dissuasif de la justice pénale internationale: Cas du tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
et de la cour pénale international. · 31
L’effet dissuasif de la justice pénale internationale: cas du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
et de la Cour Pénale Internationale. · 109
L’égalité des armes au Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 82
L’égalité des armes dans la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 99
L’entente en vue de commettre le génocide et son incrimination devant le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda: Analyse légale et jurisprudence. · 109
L’essentiel de la jurisprudence du TPIR depuis sa création jusqu’ en Septembre 2002. · 1
L’expérience des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour le Rwanda. · 84
L’instruction préparatoire devant la juridiction pénale internationale. Cas du Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. · 106
La compétence des juridictions internes dans la répression des violations graves du droit international
humanitaire: la mise en œuvre de l’article 11bis du Règlement de procedure et de preuve du T.P.I.R. ·
77
La compétence universelle en France: le cas des crimes commis en ex-Yougoslavie et au Rwanda. · 83
La competenza delle giurisdizioni di statiterzia ricercare e processare i responsabili dei crimininell’exIugoslavia e nel Ruanda. · 64
La complicité de genocide dans la jurisprudence des tribunaux pénaux internationaux. · 53
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
La contribution de la jurisprudence des Tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et le
Rwanda à la concrétisation de l’incrimination du crime contre l’humanité. · 27
136
La contribution du Tribunal criminel international pour le Rwanda à l’édification de la justice pénale
international. · 100
La contribution du Tribunal criminel international pour le Rwanda à l’édification de la justice pénale
international. · 7
La coopération des Etats avec le Tribunal pénal international pour Le Rwanda. · 101
La detention préventive en droit pénal international: cas du TPIR. · 103
La dimension internationale du cas Rwanda: le Tribunal pénal international et sa plus récente
jurisprudence. · 38
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. · 24
La loi du 22 mars 1996 relative à la reconnaissance du Tribunal international pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et
du Tribunal international pour le Rwanda et à la coopération avec ces tribunaux. · 86
La notion de groupe dans la jurisprudence du TPIR. · 11
La place de la coutume dans la justice pénale internationale au regard en particulier du TPIY et du
TPIR. · 10
La prevue et la responsabilité pénale des supérieurs hiérarchiques devant les jurisdictions pénales
internationals. · 110
La problématique de la competence universelle face aux jurisdictions pénales Internationales Ad Hoc:
Cas du TPIR. · 105
La protection des femmes témoins et le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. Politique et
procédures pour protéger les droits des femmes, répondre à leurs besoins et permettre leur pleine
participation aux travaux du TPIR. · 13
La protection des témoins dans le cadre du procès pénal international : Le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. · 101
La qualification de génocide devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et devant les
juridictions rwandaises. · 12
La qualification de genocide devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et devant les
jurisdictions rwandaises (Les Dossiers de la Revue de droit pénal et de criminologie : No.6). · 55
La question de l’indemnisation des victimes du génocide devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda. · 105
La question de la preuve devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: le cas Cyangugu. · 12
La répression des crimes pénaux par les juridictions internationales et la protection des droits de
l’homme: Le cas du TPIY & TPIR. · 100
La responsabilité pénale individuelle devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 89
La responsabilité pénale internationale du supérieur hiérarchique dans la jurisprudence du Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 82
La saisine des juridictions pénales internationals (TPIY, TPIR, CPI). · 19
L’activité des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie (1995-1997) et pour le Rwanda
(1994-1997). · 48
Laïty Kama: Judge headed tribunal on Rwandan genocide. · 48
L’avocat devant le TPIR de la difficulté de maîtriser la mixité de la procédure. · 6
Law should have been considered in the Rwanda media convictions. · 63
Law, Civil society and contested justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 15
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. · 112
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
L’activité des Tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie (1995-1997) et pour le Rwanda
(1994-1997). · 4
137
Le crime de génocide dans la jurisprudence des tribunaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour
le Rwanda. · 8
Le crime de genocide dans les premiers jugements du Tribunal international pour le Rwanda. · 67
Le crime de génocide devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 34
Le critère Celebici du cumul des déclarations de culpabilité en droit pénal international: observations
à la lumière de la jurisprudence récente des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavieet
le Rwanda. · 48
Le droit international humanitaire devant les tribunaux internationaux des Nations Unies pour l’exYougoslavie et le Rwanda. · 45
Le droit international pénal à l’épreuve de la légalité des peines. · 110
Le génocide dans la législation pénale française: comparaison avec la jurisprudence internationale
du TPIR. · 18
Le principe du double degré de juridiction et les jurisdictions pénales internationales. · 46
Le procès de Jean-Paul Akayesu: Les autorités communales en jugement. · 79
Le procès des médias devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: libres propos. · 7
Le procureur international: analyse de l’action publique devant les tribunaux pénaux internationaux
(ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda). · 5
Le respect du droit à un procès équitable en droit pénal international: Cas du Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. · 109
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. · 105
Le Rwanda: une justice imparfaite. · 31
Le système de prévue devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 101
Le TPIR en question: deux témoignages. · 51
Le TPIR et le Rwanda: une jurisdiction d’exception face à une crise exceptionnelle? · 77
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Le TPIR, la répression d’un génocide: Émergence d’une justice internationale intégrée’. · 31
138
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. · 1
Le tribunal des vaincus: un Nuremberg pour le Rwanda? · 10
Le Tribunal International pour Le Rwanda. · 71
Le Tribunal international pour le Rwanda: présentation de certains aspects juridiques. · 58
Le Tribunal pénal international des Nations Unies pour le Rwanda. · 52
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (seconde partie). · 57
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda comme source d’histoire = The International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda as a source of history? · 110
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda comme source d’histoire? /The International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda as a source of history? · 35
Le tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et l’accusé: la function jurisdictionnelle face aux objectifs
politiques de paix et de reconciliation nationale. · 110
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et la répression des crimes de guerre. · 19
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et le Tribunal spécial pour la Sierra Leone : quel bilan
à l’heure de la clôture de leurs travaux? · 29
Le Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda face à sa mission: contribution à l’étude des limites des
jurisdictions internationals repressive contemporaines. · 107
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda, la répression d’un génocide: émergence d’une justice
internationale intégrée. · 31
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 1, 26, 41, 57, 69
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: entre continuité et innovation. · 100
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: la justice trahie. · 77
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: obliger les tueurs à render compte de leurs actes. · 76
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: rôle de la Cour dans la réalité africaine. · 87
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: Tous les tenants et aboutissants ont-ils bien été pesés?
Que révèle la comparaison avec las Commission Sud-Africaine pour la vérité et la réconciliation? · 55
Le tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: Un tribunal dans la tourmente. · 10
Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: vraie ou fausse copie du Tribunal Pénal International
pour l’ex-Yougoslavie? · 71
Learning our Lessons? : The Rwanda tribunal record on prosecuting rape. · 8
Legacy of the Ad Hoc international criminal tribunals in implementing international humanitarian law.
· 84
Legal analysis of the transfer of International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda accused and suspects to
Rwandan jurisdictions. · 99
Legal challenges associated with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda completion strategy.
· 108
Legal effect of rules of the International Criminal Tribunals and Court upon individuals: emerging
international law of direct effect. · 56
Legal Maxims: Summaries and extracts from Selected Case Law. · 16
Legal Maxims: Summaries and extracts from Selected Cases Law. · 16
Legitimacy, judicial legislating and the sentencing practices of the ICTR. · 10, 52
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Legal contradictions between the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the National Courts,
case study: concurrent jurisdiction. · 107
139
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. Kigali. · 112
Les conséquences juridiques de l’acquittement devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda.
· 111
Les consequences 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. · 107
Les crimes de guerre dans la jurisprudence du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: les
difficultés d’une toute première tentative. · 22
Les crimes de guerre dans la jurisprudence du Tribunal Pénal International pour le Rwanda: les difficultés
d’une toute première tentative. · 11
Les défis de la défense devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 67
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. · 101
Les garanties judiciaires du procès équitable en droit international pénal: cas du Tribunal pénal
international pour le Rwanda. · 111
Les garanties juridictionnelles accordées à l’accusé devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda (TPIR). · 49
Les impératifs de l’accusation. L’accusation: l’expérience du TPIR. · 3
Les implications juridiques du transfert des affaires du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
devant les juridictions rwandaises (article 11bis RPP-TPIR). · 106
Les juridictions péneles internationals (TPIY, TPIR et CPI). · 9
Les jurisdictions pénales internationales et les États: étude du face à face. · 101
Les jurisdictions pénales nationales du Rwanda et le Tribunal international. · 54
Les obligations du Procureur face à la défense devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda.
· 73
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Les procès du tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda comme objets historiques: Approches de
l’archive judiciaire et de ses contextes de creation. · 79
140
Les procureurs des tribunaux internationaux : étude comparative des Tribunaux de Nuremberg et de
Tokyo, du TPIY et du TPIR et du projet de Statut de la CPI, The prosecutor of a permanent international
criminal court = Le procureur d’une Cour pénale internationale permanente = El fiscal de una Corte
Penal Internacional Permanente. · 23
Les raisons de savoir du supérieur hiérachique qu’un crime va être commis ou a été commis par un
subordonné, Examen de la jurisprudence des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yugoslavie et
le Rwanda. · 15
Les références aux droits nationaux en matière procédurale : l’expérience d’un avocat de la défense
devant le TPIR. · 7
Les relations entre le Rwanda et le TPIR. · 14
Les relations entre le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et les Etats: l’obligation de coopération
dans l’exécution du mandat du Tribunal. · 12
Les tribunaux ad hoc pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour le Rwanda. · 3
Les tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Youslavie et pour le Rwanda. · 7
Les tribunaux pénaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda et l’appel aux sources du droit international
des droits de l’homme. · 22
Les victim es devant les jurisdictions pénales internationals. · 102
Les violences sexuelles devant les jurisdictions pénales internationals. · 101
Lessons for international criminal justice from Rwanda. · 11
Lessons from the Akayesu judgment. · 47
Lessons from the Akayesu Judgment. · 90
Lessons learned from the bad beginnings of the International Tribunal for Rwanda. · 40
Let’s be friends: The United States, post-genocide Rwanda, and victor’s justice in Arusha [Discussion
papers]. · 37
L’expérience du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda dans la perspective de l’institution de la
cour pénale internationale. In: International campaign for the establishment of the International Criminal
court in 1998 = Campagne internationale pour l’établissement de la cour pénale internationale en
1998. · 19
L’expérience mitigée des tribunaux pénaux internationaux: les limites de la justice pénale internationale.
· 55
L’impact politiqueet juridique du tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (TPIR) sur la mise en
œuvre du droit international penal. · 108
L’imputabilité des faits et actes criminels des subalternes au supérieur hiérarchique devant le Tribunal
pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 89
L’incrimination de génocide dans la jurisprudence des Tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’exYougoslavie et le Rwanda. · 23
L’incrimination et la poursuite de la torture sexuelle devant le Tribunal pénal international pour le
Rwanda et les juridictions rwandaises. · 99
L’installation du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. · 36
Litigating for justice: Defense work at the Intenational Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 23
Local ownership for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: restorative and retributive effects.
· 80
Los Tribunales Penales Internacionales ad hoc para la ex-Yugoslavia y Ruanda: organización, proceso
y prueba: (incluye traducción al español de las reglas de procedimiento y prueba del Tribunal Penal
Internacional para la ex-Yugoslavia). · 28
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
List of indictments of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda
(gender-based and related war crimes). · 34
141
L’outrage au Tribunal devant les deux tribunaux ad hoc, le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda
et le Tribunal pénal international pour l’ex-Yougoslavie. · 43
Lutte contre l’impunité et effectivité des droits des accusés: le doux chant de Sirène du Tribunal Pénal
International pour le Rwanda. · 104
M
Machete genocide in Rwanda and the International Criminal Tribunal. · 5
Main Achievements of the ICTR. · 70
Making international criminal law: factors influencing judicial behavior at the ICTY and ICTR. · 110
Material facts not pleaded in the indictment. Memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor of the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 93
Mbwirabumva (I Speak to Those Who Understand): Three songs by Simon Bikindi and the war and
genocide in Rwanda. · 105
Media coverage: the activities of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) reported by the
new times newspaper, since 1996-2000. · 103
Mediation as the key to the successful transfer of the case of Jean-Bosco Uwinkindi from the jurisdiction
of the ICTR to the Republic of Rwanda. · 56
Medjunarodni krivicni tribunal za Ruandu. · 22
Mere pretense of justice: Complementarity, Sham Trials, and Victor’s Justice at the Rwanda Tribunal. ·
86
Misconduct before the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda. In: Counsel misconduct before the
international criminal court: professional responsibility in international criminal defence. · 14
Misjudging Rwandan society and history at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 44
Mobilizing the will to prosecute: Crimes of rape at the Yugoslav and Rwandan Tribunals. · 58
Models of judicial cooperation with Ad Hoc Tribunals and with the Permanent International Criminal
Court in Europe. · 9
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Monitoring and referral of cases between jurisdictions: An ICTR contribution to best practice. · 14
142
Mother of Atrocities: Pauline Nyiramasuhuko’s role in the Rwandan genocide. · 82
Motion for judgment of acquittal in the Ad Hoc and Hybrid Tribunals: What purpose if any does it
serve? · 51
Mpambara, Judgment, 11 September 2006, Trial Chamber. · 91
Muhimana, Judgment and Sentence, 28 April 2005, Trial Chamber. · 94
Muhimana, Judgment, 21 May 2007, Appeals Chamber. · 93
Munyakazi, Judgment, 5 July 2010, Trial Chamber. · 91
Musema, Judgment and Sentence, 27 January 2000, Trial Chamber. · 95
Musema, Judgment, 16 November 2001, Appeals Chamber. · 95
Muvunyi. Judgment, 12 September 2006, Trial Chamber. · 92
N
Nahimana [et al.] Judgment, 28 November 2007, Appeals Chamber. · 91
National, ethnic, racial, and religious groups protected against genocide in the jurisprudence of the Ad
Hoc International Criminal Tribunals. · 84
Nchamihigo, Judgment and Sentence, 24 September 2008, Trial Chamber. · 92
Nchamihigo, Judgment, 18 March 2010, Appeals Chamber. · 94
ncyclopedia on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda – volume 2: Pauline Nyiramasuhuko
Case Part 1/3, 2013. · 42
Ndindabahizi, Judgment and Sentence, 15 July 2004, Trial Chamber. · 90
Ndindabahizi, Judgment, 16 January 2007, Appeals Chamber. · 95
Never Again: Questioning the Yugoslav and Rwanda Tribunals. · 72
New challenges and opportunities for human rights promotion and protection in Africa: keynote
presentation by Justice Hassan Bubacar Jallow, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 98
New facts in ICTY and ICTR review proceedings. · 57
NGOs and the activities of the Ad Hoc Criminal Tribunals for Former Yugoslavian and Rwanda. · 9
Niyitegeka, Judgment and Sentence, 16 May 2003, Trial Chamber. · 92
Niyitegeka, Judgment, 9 July 2004, Appeals Chamber. · 95
Niyonteze v. public prosecutor: Swiss military trial of former Rwanda town mayor accused of war
crimes for inciting murder of civilians in Rwanda. · 78
No peace without justice: can the system of justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
contribute toward speace and reconciliation in Rwanda? · 99
Note sous Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda, Jean de Dieu Kamuhanda, arrêt du 19
septembre 2005. · 87
Notes on the contribution of the ICTY and the ICTR to the subjective element of the crime of genocide.
· 35
Ntagerura, Bagambiki, and Imanishimwe (Cyangugu Case), Judgment and Sentence, 25 February
2004, Trial Chamber. · 93
Ntagerura, Bagambiki, and Imanishimwe (Cyangugu Case), Judgment, 7 July 2006, Appeals
Chamber. · 93
Ntakirutimana case · 92
Ntakirutimana. Judgment, 13 December 2004, Appeals Chamber. · 91
Ntakirutimana. Judgment and Sentence, 21 February 2003, Trial Chamber. · 90
Title Index /Index par Titres
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Nsengimana, Judgment and Sentence, 19 November 2009, Trial Chamber. · 92
143
Ntawukulilyayo. Judgment, 3 August 2010, Trial Chamber. · 94
Nullum Crimen Nulla Poena Sine Lege: Principle and the ICTY and ICTR. · 55
O
Obligatio Erga Omnes of rape as a Ius Cogens Norm: Examining the Jurisprudence of the International
Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the
International Criminal Court. · 83
Obligatio erga omnes of rape as a jus cogens norm: examining the jurisprudence of the International
Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, International Criminal Tribunal Rwanda and International
Criminal Court. · 111
Obstacles on the road to gender justice: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as object
lesson. · 80
On the work of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 50
One response to rescuing (cosmopolitan) locals at the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda. · 12
One step forward, but two steps back: Why Gacaca in Rwanda is jeopardizing the good effect of
Akayesu on women’s rights. · 75
Overordnedes ansvar i internasjonal strafferett. - En redegjørelse av rettsreglene om overordnedes
ansvar i henholdsvis Roma-vedtektene, Statuttene for ICTY og Statuttene for ICTR. · 111
Overview of the assignment of defence counsel for ICTR. · 87
Overview of the Statute of the ICTR. · 3
Overview over the Statute of the ICTR. · 47
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Part III: Modern International Criminal Tribunals: the ICTY, ICTR and ICC. · 56, 71
144
Partial justice: successes and failures of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in ending
impunity for violations of International Criminal Law. · 76
Participation in crimes in the jurisprudence of the ICTY and ICTR. · 5
Partners or rivals in reconciliation? The ICTR and Rwanda’s Gacaca courts. · 74
Passing the poisoned chalice: judicial notice of genocide by the ICTR. · 81
Penal rehabilitation in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda: pardon and
commutation of sentence. · 63
Perverse effects of the Nulla Poena principle: national practice and the Ad Hoc Tribunals. · 80
Pole pole: hastening justice at UNICTR. · 60
Political background to the 1994 Rwandan crisis. · 14
Politicizing tribunals? : Reconciliation in Sentencing and Judging at the ICTR and the ICT. · 20
Politicizing Tribunals? : Reconciliation in sentencing and judging at the ICTR and the ICT. · 4
Position of the defence: the role of defence counsel before the ICTY and the ICTR. · 44
Positive complementarity and the law enforcement network: Drawing lessons from the Ad Hoc tribunals’
completion strategy. · 82
Post conflict prosecution of gender-based violence : a comparative analysis of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the
Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL). · 104
Post-conflict justice in Rwanda: a comparative analysis of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
and Gacaca courts. · 64
Poursuite du crime de génocide par le Tribunal pénal International pour le Rwanda: le crime de
génocide dans le cadre de l’affaire Akayesu, questions choisies, Génocide (s). · 45
Practice and procedure of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, With selected
materials from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, John E. Ackerman and Eugene
O’Sullivan. · 50
Practice and procedure of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: with selected
materials from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 1
Practice at the ad hoc tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 28
Premier bilan des activités judiciaires du Tribunal pénal international pour Rwanda. · 9
Présentation d’Adama Dieng sur les leçons du Greffe sur la gestion de la question des violences
sexuelles. · 53
Presentation of the Human Rights Award 2003 of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung to the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: on Tuesday, May 20th, 2003. · 40
Pre-trial pre-transferrights of suspects and accused before the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 99
Principles of evidence in the International Criminal law and the practice of the ICTY, ICTR and ICC. ·
111
Principles of international criminal law in the statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
· 65
Procedural Developments at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 88
Procedural due process in the prosecution of genocide suspects: the case of the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), National Genocide Trials (NGTs), and Gacaca courts in Rwanda. · 19
Procedural due process safe guards in the prosecution of genocide suspects: the case of the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), National Genocide Trials (NGTs) and GACACA
courts in Rwanda. · 99
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Problématique des inégalités dans l’exécution des peines des condamnés du Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. · 103
145
Procedural due process safeguards in the prosecution of genocide suspects [electronic resource]: the
case of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), National Genocide Trials (NGTs) and
GACACA courts in Rwanda . · 103
Promises of peace and reconciliation: Previewing the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 51
Promoting accountability for gross human rights violations in Africa under international Law: · 16
Proof and consequences: an analysis of the Tadic and Akayesu trials. · 55
Prosecuting cases of gender violence in the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 69
Prosecuting crimes of rape and sexual violence at the ICTR: The Application of Joint Criminal Enterprise
Theory. · 58
Prosecuting gender crimes at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 72
Prosecuting gender-based international crimes: an appraisal of the Ad Hoc tribunals’ jurisprudence. ·
71
Prosecuting genocide in Rwanda: A lawyers committee report on the ICTR and national trials · 22
Prosecuting genocide in Rwanda: the Gacaca system and the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda: report II/2002. · 41
Prosecuting genocide: founding the International Tribunal for Rwanda. · 77
Prosecuting international crimes in Africa: Lessons from Rwanda and reflections on the future. · 62
Prosecuting rape and other forms of sexual violence against women under the ICTY, ICTR, and ICC
statutes: what has been accomplished so far? · 100
Prosecuting sexual violence at the ICTR. · 23
Prosecuting sexual violence in the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the Former
Yugoslavia. · 23
Prosecuting the leaders: the Application of the doctrine of superior responsibility before the United
Nations International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda in the commander’s
responsibility in difficult circumstances. · 53
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Prosecuting the perpetrators of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda: Its basis in International Law and the
implications for the protection of human rights in Africa. · 63
146
Prosecution in the name of peace: a critical defense of the UN International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 104
Prosecution of sexual violence: Best Practices Manual for the Investigation and Prosecution of Sexual
Violence Crimes in Post-Conf­ict Regions: Lessons Learned from the Office of the Prosecutor for the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 17
Prosecution of war crimes by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 74
Prosecution of war criminals: the International Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, and the
need for permanent international war crimes tribunal, Human rights: theories and practices: summaries
of lectures. · 35
Prosecutor v Bizimungu. · 92
Prosecutor v. Akayesu, Case ICTR-96-4-T: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, September 2,
1998, Prosecutor v. Akayesu, Case ICTR-96-4-T: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, September
2, 1998. · 59
Prosecutor v. Akayesu, judgement (2 Sept. 1998)( excerpts). · 25
Prosecutor v. Akayesu. Case ICTR-96-4-T. International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, September 2,
1998. · 47
Prosecutor v. Bagosora. · 92
Prosecutor v. Bizimungu, ICTR Appeals Chamber Judgment, Case No. ICTR-00-56B-A. · 95
Prosecutor v. Callixte Mbarushimana: Judgment on the Appeal of the Prosecutor against the decision of
Pre-Trial Chamber I of 16 December 2011 Entitled Decision on the Confirmation of Charges (Int’l Crim.
Ct.): Introductory Note. · 91
Prosecutor v. Ferdinand Nahimana: Indictment: Case No. ICTR-96-II-T, 21 July 1996. · 26
Prosecutor v. Georges Anderson Nderubumwe Rutaganda: Decision on the preliminary motion
submitted by the Prosecutor for protective measures for witnesses: Case No. ICTR-96-3-T, 26 September
1996. · 26
Prosecutor v. Jean Kambanda: judgment and sentence: Case No. ICTR-97-23-S, 4 September 1996.
· 26
Prosecutor v. Karemera Ngirumpatse, & Nzirorera: Case No. ICTR-98-44-AR73(C): Decision on
Prosecutor’s Interlocutory Appeal of Decision on Judicial Notice: International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda, Appeals Chamber, June 16, 2006. · 59
Prosecutor v. Musema: a commentary on the Musemajudgement rendered by the United Nations
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 2000. · 47
Prosecutor v. Nahimana, Barayagwiza, & Ngeze: Case No. ICTR 99-52-A: International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda, Appeals Chamber, November 28, 2007. · 66
Prosecutor v. Nahimana, Barayagwiza, &Ngeze: Case No. ICTR 99-52-T: International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda, December 3, 2003: ICTR judgment and sentence on crimes against humanity
and incitement to genocide through broadcast and press outlets. · 66
Prosecutor v. Ndahimana. · 92
Prosecutor v. Ndindiliyimana. · 93
Prosecutor v. Ruggiu [June 1, 2000]. · 60
Prosecutor v. Théoneste Bagosora: Indictment: Case No. ICTR-96-7-I, 5 August 1996. · 26
Prosecutor’s abuse of power before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda , Doctoral Candidate
(LLD), University of South Africa. · 72
Prosecutorial discretion and international criminal justice. · 62
Prospects and issues for the International Criminal Court: Lessons from Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 7
Protection of witnesses in cases referred by the ICTR to Rwanda. · 103
Title Index /Index par Titres
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Prosecutor v. Rutaganda (judgment and sentence) [December 6, 1999]. · 61
147
Provincializing transitional justice: reading the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda against the
grain. · 102
Proving and Punishing Genocide at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 68
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. · 10
Provisional release before the Ad Hoc tribunals. · 45
Provisional release before the Ad Hoc Tribunals. · 45
Provisional release before the Ad Hoc Tribunals: Essays in Honour of Adama Dieng, The Hague. · 89
Public international law, international criminal law, International Criminal Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 81
Punishment for Genocide- Exploratory Analysis of ICTR Sentencing. · 60
Punishment for violations of international criminal law: An analysis of sentencing at the ICTY and ICTR.
· 63
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Quantitative Analysis of Sentencing Data in the Case Law of the ad hoc Tribunals. In: Sentencing in
international criminal law: the approach of the two ad hoc tribunals and future perspectives for the
international criminal court. · 4
Quelle justice pour quelle réconciliation? Le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et le jugement
du génocide. · 75
Quelques apports des Tribunaux pénaux internationaux, ad hoc et notamment le TPIR, à la lutte contre
les violences sexuelles subies par les femmes durant le génocide et les conflits armés. · 48
Quelques aspects de l’actualité des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavieet le
Rwanda. · 65
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Quest for Jurisdiction and an appropriate definition of crime, a national prosecution of international
crimes: Cases and legislation. · 59
148
Quest for justice and reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda: an evaluation of the international and
domestic legal responses. · 75
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Rape and sexual violence in international law: ICTR contribution. · 74
Rape doctrine(s) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 103
Reading between the lines: Charging instruments at the ICTR and the ICC. · 63
Reasoned judgments requirement in international criminal law. Memorandum for the Office of the ICTR
Prosecutor. · 19
RECENT CASE: 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 (the Media Case), Case No. ICTR-99-52-T (Int’l Crim. Trib. for Rwanda Trial
Chamber I Dec. 3, 2003). · 84
Recent developments in the international law of genocide: an anthropological perspective on the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 24
Recent trends in international criminal law: perspectives from the U.N. International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 71
Reconciliation through the Law - ICTR and Gacaca in post-conflict Rwanda. · 104
Reconciliation through the Law- ICTR and Gacaca in post-conflict Rwanda. · 101
Reconciling complicity in genocide and aiding and abetting genocide in the jurisprudence of the United
Nations Ad Hoc Tribunals. · 52
Reconciling Rwanda? (ir) reconcilable narratives of history, identity and justice at the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 102
Redressing the wrongs of the international justice system: Compensation for persons erroneously
detained, prosecuted, or convicted by the Ad Hoc Tribunals. · 49
Re-engineering the operations of the court management section of the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda within the context of the completion strategy. · 102
Referral of cases from international to national criminal jurisdictions: transferring cases from the ICTY
and the ICTR to national jurisdictions. · 23
Referring an indictment from the ICTY and ICTR to another court. Rule 11bis and the consequences for
the law of extradition. · 50
Referring an indictment from the ICTY and ICTR to another court: rule 11bis and the consequences for
the law of extradition. · 86
Rehabilitation and early release of perpetrators of international crimes: A case study of the ICTY and
ICTR. · 63
Relations entre les tribunaux pénaux ad hoc pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et pour le Rwanda et les juridictions
nationales, répression nationale des violations du droit international humanitaire : (systèmes romanogermaniques) : rapport de la reunion d’experts. · 98
Releasing accused genocidal perpetrators in Rwanda: The displacement of preventive justice. · 88
Renzaho. Judgment, 14 July 2000, Trial Chamber. · 95
Report on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 23
Reporting non-compliance: rule 7bis. · 29
Requests for review in the practice of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. · 51
Residual matters of ad hoc courts and tribunals: the SCSL experience. · 67
Title Index /Index par Titres
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Remarques à propos du rôle des organisations non gouvernementales dans l’activité du TPIR. · 4
149
Rethinking mens rea in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda. · 5
Rethinking the role of national sentencing practice in the International Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda (January 1, 2009). · 31
Review of the sexual violence elements of the judgments of the International Criminal Tribunal for the
former Yugoslavia, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and the Special Court for Sierra
Leone in the light of Security Council Resolution 1820. · 32
Révision et moyen de preuves supplémentaires dans la jurisprudence des tribunaux internationaux ad
hoc, une réflexion concernant l’arrêt du 16 mai 2001 dans l’affaire Jean-Paul Akayesu C/le Procureur,
TPIR-96-4A. · 28
Revisiting disclosure obligations at the ICTR and its implications for the rights of the accused. · 78
Revisiting the Abu Graibh prosecutions from the perspective of the International Criminal Tribunals for
the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and Rwanda (ICTR). · 22
Ruggiu. Judgment and Sentence, 1 June 2000, Trial Chamber. · 95
Rukundo. Judgment, 27 February 2009, Trial Chamber. · 93
Rule 11bis: The ICTR legacy in Rwanda. · 17
Rule of law amid lawlessness: Counseling the accused in Rwanda’s genocide trials. · 54
Rules of procedure and evidence of the ICTR. · 60
Rutaganda, Judgment, 26 May 2003, Appeals Chamber. · 94
Rutaganda. Judgment and Sentence, 6 December 1999, Trial Chamber. · 95
Rutaganira, Judgment and Sentence, 14 March 2005, Trial Chamber. · 94
Rwamakuba, Judgment, 20 September 2006, Trial Chamber. · 94
Rwanda crisis and genocide in case law of Rwanda tribunal. · 103
Rwanda: un génocide du XXe siècle. · 10
Rwanda’s criminal courts and the international tribunal. · 54
Rwandan genocide and the international law of radio jamming. · 69
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Rwanda’s use of transitional justice after genocide: The Gacaca Courts and the ICTR. · 87
150
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Safeguarding the rights of the accused in the prosecution process at the International Criminal Tribunal
of Rwanda. · 29
Sanctioning alternatives in International Criminal Law: Recommendations for the International Criminal
Tribunals for Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia. · 88
Searching for justice in the closing of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 65
Secondary forms of genocide and command responsibility under the statutes of the ICTY, ICTR and
ICC. · 76
Seeking reconciliation in Rwanda: the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as a reconciliation
mechanism. · 110
Selecting cases at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 38
Selective justice: Prosecuting rape in the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. · 73
Semanza, Judgment and Sentence, 15 May 2003, Trial Chamber. · 91
Semanza. Judgment, 20 May 2005, Appeals Chamber. · 92
Sentence: the Prosecutor vs Omar Serushago, case No.ICTR 98-39-S. · 61
Sentences and words: Language and legacy inside the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 41
Sentencing by International Tribunals: a human rights approach. · 80
Sentencing for the ‘crime of crimes’: the evolving ‘common law’ of sentencing of the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 82
Sentencing in international criminal law: the approach of the two ad hoc tribunals and future
perspectives for the international criminal court. · 4
Sentencing in the Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. · 30
Sentencing judgement: the Prosecutor v. Joseph Nzabirinda: case no. ICTR-2001-77-T. · 90
Sentencing judgement: the Prosecutor v. Juvénal Rugambarara: case no. ICTR-00-59-T. · 90
Sentencing of international crimes at the ICTY and ICTR: Consistency of sentencing case law. · 59
Sentencing of international crimes: A case study at the ICTY and ICTR. · 76
Sentencing policies and practices in the International Criminal Tribunals. · 54
Sentencing rationales and judicial decision making at the International Criminal Tribunals. · 68
Sentencing: an assessment of Rule 101 of the ICTR Rules of procedure and evidence, federal sentencing
laws in England, France and other countries as well as in prisoner-receiving countries, and the
Kayishema / Ruzindana judgment: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 64
Serushago. Reasons for judgment, April 6, 2000, Appeals Chamber. · 95
Sex crimes at the Ad Hoc tribunals: the decisions in the cases of Akayesu, Celebići and Furundzija. · 68
Sexual violence as an afterthought: Securing justice for sexual violence victims in the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 102, 111
Sexual violence beyond reasonable doubt: Using pattern evidence and analysis for international cases.
· 47
Sexual violence in decisions and indictments of the Yugoslav and Rwandan tribunals: current status. · 48
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Sex crimes at the Ad Hoc tribunals: the decisions in the cases of Akayesu, Celebici and Furundzija. · 66
151
Sexual violence in times of conflict: the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
· 35
Sexual violence victim-witnesses at the Special Court for Sierra Leone: Have lessons from ICTR been
learnt. · 104
Sexual violence, the Ad Hoc tribunals and the international criminal court: reconciling Akayesu and
Kunarac. · 56
She makes me ashamed to be a woman: the genocide conviction of Pauline Nyiramasuhuko. · 53
Simba. Judgment and Sentence, 13 December 2005, Trial Chamber. · 95
Simba. Judgment, 27 November 2007, Appeals Chamber. · 94
So you want to be an international criminal lawyer? : getting and defending a case at the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 78
Some milestones and achievements at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: the 1998
Kambanda [Prosecutor v. Kambanda, Case No. ICTR 97-23-S (Sept. 2, 1998)] and Akayesu
[Prosecutor v. Akayesu, Case No. ICTR 96-4-T (Sept. 2, 1998)]. · 67
Special bibliography on ICTR = Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR · 27
Spectators to the spectacle of law: The formation of a ‘Validating Public’ at the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. · 54
Standard of competence for attorneys who represent defendants before the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 36
State Cooperation and its challenges for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 37
State cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 79
State cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda.
· 83
Statements of the presidents of the ICJ and of the international criminal tribunals: the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 17
States’ cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 54
Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 86
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Steps taken in Rwanda’s efforts to qualify for the transfer of accused from the ICTR. · 71
152
Stratégie d’achèvement des travaux du TPIR par le transfert des accusés devant les tribunaux rwandais:
Peut-on garantir le droit à un procès équitable. · 67
Stretching the boundaries of commission liability: the ICTR appeal judgment in Seromba. · 57
Summoning procedures and punishment of defaulting witnesses in International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 107
Superior responsibility, inferior sentencing: sentencing practice at the international criminal tribunals.
· 49
Supranational criminal prosecution of sexual violence: the ICC and the practice of the ICTY and the
ICTR. · 8
Surrender of fugitives by the United States to the war crimes tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 64
Surrender of fugitives to war crimes tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda: squaring international legal
obligations with the U.S. Constitution. · 58
Surrender of indictees and non-indicted criminals from the United States to the ICTR: memorandum for
the Office of the Prosecutor. · 36
Surrender of inductees and non-indicted criminals from the United States to the ICTR: memorandum for
the Office of the Prosecutor. · 36
Survivors of the Rwandan genocide under domestic and international legal procedures. · 29
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Taking judicial notice of genocide - The problematic law and policy of the Karemera Decision. · 67
Ten years later, the Rwanda Tribunal still faces legal complexities: some comments on the vagueness of
the indictment, complicity in genocide, and the nexus requirement for war crimes. · 59
The 1994 Genocide and the UN Tribunal. · 48
The acquitted accused, a forgotten party of the ICTR. · 59
The Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals and a jurisprudence of the deviant. · 83
The Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 7
The Ad Hoc International criminal tribunals: ICTY and ICTR. · 24
The Ad Hoc international criminal tribunals: launching a new era of accountability. · 39
The admissibility of evidence in proceedings before the ICTR and the ICTY. · 62
The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights in the new institutional landscape: TRCs, special
courts, the ICTR, new constitutions, the AU, NEPAD, the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights,
CSSDCA, APRM: keynote presentation by Professor Shadrack Gutto. · 97
The African Great Lakes Region and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 31
The Akayesu Case (1996-1998), the first international trial after the genocide in Rwanda (2015). · 79
The anatomy of a court: the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 41
The Appeal of sexual violence: Akayesu/Gacumbitsi Cases. · 39
The arrest of ICTR defence Counsel Peter Erlinder in Rwanda. · 57
The balancing of the rights of the accused against the rights of a witness in regard to anonymous
testimony: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 15
The case for a modest assessment of the international criminal justice processes in Rwanda, Sierra
Leone, and some lessons for Liberia. · 61
The challenge of relocating persons acquitted by the ICTR. · 30
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The Appeals Chambers of the International Criminal Tribunals. · 85
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The challenges facing the international criminal justice regarding fair trial standards: the examples of
the ICTR. · 100
The challenges of administration of International Criminal Tribunals with specific reference to ICTR,
colloquium of Prosecutors of International Criminal Tribunals. · 97
The challenges of linking international justice and national reconciliation: the case of the ICTR. · 62
The Commission of experts on Rwanda and the creation of the International Tribunal for Rwanda. · 83
The Completion Strategies of the International Criminal Tribunals: The Former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and
Sierra Leone. · 110
The completion strategy of the ICTY and the ICTR. In: International criminal justice: A critical analysis of
institutions and procedures. · 44
The constituent elements of crimes against humanity under the statute of the ICTR . In: Instigation to
crimes against Humanity: The flawed jurisprudence of the trial and appeal chambers of the international
criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) · 2
The constitutive elements of the crimes of genocide: the contribution of the International Tribunal for
Rwanda in the Akayesu case. · 62
The Contours of genocidal Intent: Troubling jurisprudence from the International Criminal Tribunals. · 73
The contribution of the Ad Hoc Tribunals to international humanitarian law. · 69
The contribution of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to reconciliation in Rwanda. · 24
The Contribution of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the Development of International
Criminal Law. · 29
The contribution of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the promotion and observance of
international humanitarian law. · 98
The contribution of the Rwanda Tribunal to the Development of International Law by L. J. Van Den
Herik. · 56
The contribution of the Rwanda tribunal to the development of international law. · 15, 102
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of international criminal law. · 17
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The courts of genocide: politics and the rule of law in Rwanda and Arusha. · 18
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The creation of the International Tribunals from the perspectives of pragmatism, realism, and liberalism.
· 76
The crime of complicity in genocide: How the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and
Yugoslavia got it wrong, and why it matters. · 58
The crime of direct and public incitement to commit genocide vis-à-vis press freedom before the
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: A case study of NGEZE HASSAN. · 111
The crime of genocide applied in practice- selected aspects of the jurisprudence of the ad hoc tribunals’
appeals chambers. · 39
The crime of genocide in the ICTR jurisprudence. · 46
The crime of genocide in the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 38
The death penalty in Rwanda: surrounding politics and the ICTR’s battle for abolition. · 29
The defence right to communication versus the need for protection of witnesses at International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. · 105
The definition of rape and its characterization as an act of genocide: a review of the jurisprudence of
the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia. · 62
The degree of corroboration required for a witness’ testimony to be considered credible by the Trial
Chamber: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 87
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. · 3
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. · 97
The doctrine of command responsibility as applied to civilian leaders: the ICTR and the ‘’ Kayishema’’
case. · 45
The doctrine of joint criminal enterprise at the Ad Hoc tribunals and its applicability in the Rome Statute
of the ICC. · 74
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trials: making a difference? · 23
The dubious heritage of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 35
The Dynamics of International Criminal Tribunals. · 82
The effect of a domestic amnesty on the ability of foreign states to prosecute alleged perpetrators of
serious human rights violations. · 50
The effectiveness of International Criminal Justice with reference to the truth-telling/seeking mechanisms
for victims of the Rwandan Genocide. · 3
The election of Ad Litem Judges and other recent developments at the International Criminal Tribunals.
· 72
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. · 9
The establishment of the Ad Hoc tribunals (the ICTY and the ICTR) and the international criminal court
(The ICC). · 2
The establishment of the international tribunal for Rwanda. · 62
The Evolution of a partisan: Observations of a criminal defense Attorney at the ICTR. · 24
The evolving notion of persecution in the law and jurisprudence of international criminal tribunals. · 77
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The emerging sexual violence jurisprudence in international Humantarian law: A case study of
Rwandan tribunal. · 103
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The exhumation of mass graves by International Criminal Tribunals: Nuremberg, the former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda. · 109
The Exhumation of mass graves by International Criminal Tribunals: Nuremberg, the former Yugoslavia
and Rwanda. · 107
The Experience of the Ad Hoc Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 31
The experience of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda. · 84
The experience of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
concerning arrest strategies and lessons learnt for the Office of the Prosecutor of the International
Criminal Court. · 27
The experience of the UN tribunals and their completion strategies. · 35
The extended joint criminal enterprise in international law. A case study of International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. · 107
The fabrication of evidence before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 31
The Failed referral of Michel Bagaragaza from the ICTR to the Netherlands. · 79
The first ever international Trial on Genocide: notes on ‘Akayesu’, Human Rights and criminal Justice for
the Downtrodden: Essays in Honour of Asbjorn Eide. · 14
The first indictments of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 83
The freeing of Ntakirutimana in the United States and extradition to the ICTR. · 34
The future for collected prosecutorial evidence at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 86
The genocidal intent: to destroy in whole or in part as such: An analysis with particular focus on the
contribution of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 105
The Genocide definition in the jurisprudence of the Ad Hoc Tribunals. · 86
The ICTR and Gacaca courts: partners or rivals in reconciliation and transitional justice? · 109
The ICTR and justice for Rwandan women. · 54
The ICTR and the protection of witnesses. · 82
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to Norway. · 24
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The ICTR appeals chamber judgment in Prosecutor v. Seromba, 2008. · 85
The ICTR Appeals Chamber judgment in Prosecutor v. Seromba. · 95
The ICTR as a norm entrepreneur. · 5
The ICTR at sunset: an evaluation of the Prosecution’s strategy (1994-2004). · 59
The ICTR completion strategy and judicial reform in Rwanda. · 5
The ICTR contribution to national reconciliation. · 73
The ICTR is war by other means - Ramsey Clark. · 41
The ICTR ten years on: back to the Nuremberg paradigm? · 78
The ICTR transfers Michel Bagaragaza to the Netherlands for trial. · 67
The ICTR’S ‘‘MEDIA’’ judgment and the reinvention of direct and public incitement to commit genocide.
· 88
The ICTR’s Rule 11bis and the transfer of cases to Rwanda. · 71
The ICTR’s completion strategy, challenges and possible solutions. · 71
The ICTR’s legacy on sexual violence. · 66
The ICTR’s Prosecution of a pop star: the Bikindi case. · 49
The immunity of defence team members at the ICTR: Lessons from the jurisprudence of the ICTR, ICTY
and ICC. · 88
The impact of performance appraisal system on individual employee’s performance and the work
organization effectiveness: a case study of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 104
The impact of the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda and the special court for Sierra Leone on
impunity in Rwanda and Sierra Leone. · 15
The impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda on the rule of law in Rwanda. · 18
The impact of transnational advocacy networks on the prosecution of wartime rape and sexual violence:
the case of the ICTR. · 73
The impunity gap of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: causes and consequences. · 58
The influence of Attorney background on judicial decision making at the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 68
The inherent powers of the ICTY and ICTR. · 84
The intent to commit genocide in the case law of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 47
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.
· 97
The International Criminal for Rwanda. · 66
The International Criminal Statute of Tribunal for Rwanda. · 46
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (2 vols.). · 79
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 60
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The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and its treatment of crimes against women. · 4
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and national reconciliation. · 51
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the development of an effective international
criminal law: legal, political and policy dimensions. · 69
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The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and the Development of International Criminal
Justice. · 88
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criminal law: legal, political and policy dimensions. · 28
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the length of provisional detention. · 40
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the Special Court for Sierra Leone: Lessons learned.
· 40
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and Universal Jurisdiction. · 27
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as the theatre: The social negotiation of the moral
authority of international law. · 83
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2002: Legal Maxims: summaries and extracts from
selected case law. · 30
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2003. · 80
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2005, Introductory Note. · 80
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2006: Introductory Note. · 39, 80
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in a global context: contributions to international justice
and the rule of law. · 27
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, judging criminal leaders: the slow erosion of impunity.
·6
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 14, 18, 23, 28, 29, 39, 40, 42, 43,
47, 81
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a case study in policy implementation. · 100
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a distorting mirror; casting doubt on its actor – oriented
approach in addressing the Rwandan genocide. · 74
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a model for international justice or juridical Victor’s
Impunity? · 12
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prospects. · 74
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prospects. · 105
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The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: achievements and activities in 2003. · 65
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: An analysis on jurisdiction. · 82
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Are all issues addressed? How does it compare to
South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission? Nos.316–321. · 55
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: bringing peace to Central Africa or sowing the seeds
for future conflict? · 102
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: bringing the killers to book. · 76
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: establishment role, achievement, difficulties, cooperation
with states. · 18
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Its role in the African context. · 87
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Making individuals account for grave or massive
human rights violation. · 22
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: reconciling the acquitted. · 29
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: the politics and pragmatics of punishment. · 47
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’s approach to national reconciliation: More rhetoric
than reality. · 72
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’s approach to serious violations of humanitarian law.
· 107
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. · 52
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda: Remarks. · 18
The international criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, Justice for crimes against
humanity. · 7
The International Criminal Tribunals: Crime & Punishment in the International arena. · 68
The International Residual Mechanism and the Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunals for the
Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 68
The International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals: Functions and the relationship with
Croatian judiciary. · 50
The International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals: The beginning of the end for the ICTY
and ICTR. · 49
The International Tribunal for Rwanda. · 62
The International Tribunal for Rwanda: opportunities for clarification, opportunities for impact. · 68, 86
The International Tribunal for Rwanda: Rules of procedure and evidence: adopted on 5 July 1995, as
amended on 6 June 1997. · 61
The International Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda: some elements of comparison. · 51
The Interpretation of the Special Intent to Commit Genocide in the Light of the Interpretations Used by
the ICTY, ICTR and the ICC. · 105
The Jean Mpambara case: outlining culpable omissions in International Criminal Law. · 77
The Judicial effects of the Completion Strategies on the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals. · 72
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The International Tribunals for serious violations of international humanitarian law in the Former
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Humanity: The flawed jurisprudence of the trial and appeal chambers of the international criminal
tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) · 2
The jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 45
The Jurisprudence of the Yugoslav and Rwandan Criminal Tribunals on their jurisdiction and on
international crimes. · 63
The jurisprudence of the Yugoslav and Rwandan criminal tribunals: On their jurisdiction and on
international crimes (2004-2013). · 64
The jurisprudential contribution of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the development of
international humanitarian and human rights law. · 107
The jurisprudential contributions of the ICTR to the legal definition of crimes against humanity-the
evolution of the nexus requirement. · 51
The Karera appeal judgment at the ICTR: Some observations. · 60
The Karera Appeal Judgment at the ICTR: Some Observations. · 92
The law of genocide in the jurisprudence of ICTY and ICTR in 2004. · 63
The legacy of the ICTR in Rwanda in the context of the completion strategy: The impact of Rule 11bis.
· 32
The legacy of the ICTY and the ICTR. · 5
The legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and its contributions to reconciliation
in Rwanda. · 57
The legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in promoting respect for international due
process standards. · 25
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160
The legal analysis of presentation, administration and protection of evidence in International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. · 106
The Legal Character and Status of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the ad hoc International
Criminal Tribunals. · 71
The legal protection of the witness between International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and Rwanda
Courts: A case study of the 1994 Tutsi genocide witnesses. · 110
The legality of the establishment of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda under Chapter VII
of the UN charter. · 106
The management of International Criminal Justice records: the case of Rwanda Tribunal. · 46
The Mens Rea perpetration and participation in the jurisprudence of the ICTY and ICTR. · 5
The musicology of justice: Simon Bikindi and incitement to genocide at the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda. · 34
The new frontiers of judicial enforcement: The ICTY and the ICTR. · 2
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. · 2
The Objections to transfer of criminal jurisdiction to the UN Tribunal. · 56
The outreach and the ICTR: Assessing the impact of outreach activities by the International Criminal
Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). · 39
The paradox of impartiality: A critical defense of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 64
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. · 85
The Possibility of Transfer: a Comprehensive Approach to the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda’s Rule 11bis to Permit Transfer to Rwandan Domestic Courts. · 69
The practice of the international criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 18
The principle of Non Bis in idem and its application under article 9 of International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 106
The problem of false testimony at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 45
The problematic jurisprudence on instigation under the Statute of the ICTR: The consistencies,
inconsistencies and misgivings of the trial and Appeal Chambers of the ICTR. · 46
The prosecution of rape and sexual violence: lessons from prosecutions at the ICTR. · 6
The prosecutor of a permanent International Criminal Court = Le procureur d’une Cour pénale
internationale permanente = El fiscal de una Corte Penal Internacional Permanente. · 97
The prosecutor of a Permanent International Criminal Court = Le procureur d’une cour pénale
internationale permanente = El fiscal de una Corte Penal Internacional Permanente. · 3
The Prosecutor V. Callixte Nzabonimana, Case No. ICTR-98-44D-T. · 95
The Prosecutor v. Edouard Karemera & Matthieu Ngirumpatse, ICTR-98-44-T, Appeals Judgment. · 95
The Prosecutor V. Ildephonse Hategekimana, Appeals Judgment, Case No. ICTR-00-55-A. · 96
The Prosecutor V. Karemera and Ngirumpatse, Case No. ICTR-98-44-T. · 90
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 Laïty
Kama: études en l’honneur d’un juriste africain, feu le juge Laity Kama. · 36
The prosecutor v. Serushago: February 5, 1999. · 61
The Prosecutor v. Vincent Rutaganira. · 82
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The Prosecutor v. Laurent Semanza, Case No. ICTR-97-20, Judgment, Appeals Chamber (20 May
2005). · 87
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of the ICTR relevant to the interpretation of the protected groups. · 108
The Protection of civilians in the jurisprudence of the ICTY and ICTR. · 27
The Protection of human rights of the accused before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
· 39
The protection of human rights through international criminal law : a conversation with Madam Justice
Louise Arbour, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. · 66
The ‘protection’ of refugee witnesses by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 75
The protection of the rights of accused persons before the International Criminal Tribunals for Former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda [ICTY and ICTR]. · 98
The quest for justice and reconciliation: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the
Ethiopian High Court. · 58
The quest for justice: the challenges facing the international tribunals. · 13
The relationship between ICTR and rwandan courts in trying genocide and crimes against humanity
cases committed between 1990-1994 In Rwanda. · 103
The relationship between the legacy, legitimacy and compliance at the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 84
The relevance of the Eichmann, Barbie and Finta trials for the ICTR. Memorandum for the Office of the
Prosecutor. · 10
The right of appeal in the proceedings before the ICTY and ICTR. · 18
The right to counsel before the ICTY and the ICTR for indigent suspects: an unfettered right? · 13
The right to counsel before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 73
The right to legal assistance at the ICTR. · 43
The Right to legal assistance at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: a review of its
Jurisprudence. · 26
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The road to the establishment of the international residual mechanism for criminal tribunals: From
completion to continuation. · 77
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The role of International Criminal Tribunals in promoting respect for fair trial rights. · 81
The role of judicial institutions in the restoration of post-conflict societies: The case of Rwanda and Sierra
Leone. · 73
The Role of the Amicus curiae before International Criminal Tribunals. · 87
The role of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in building sustainable. · 99
The role of the parties before International Criminal Courts in light of the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 14
The role of the Prosecutor and the judge: memorandum for the Office of the Prosecutor. · 41
The role of the UN Security Council in preserving the legacy of the tribunals: Establishment of a Residual
Mechanism and preservation of archives. · 8
The Rwanda and Yugoslavia Tribunals: revolutionizing the prosecution of war crimes against women.
· 48
The Rwanda Tribunal and genocide · 4
The Rwanda Tribunal and its relationship to national trials in Rwanda. · 71, 79
The Rwanda Tribunal. · 32, 65, 72
The Rwanda tribunal: a critical assessment. · 72
The Rwanda Tribunal: A presentation of some legal aspects. · 58
The Rwanda Tribunal: Its role in the African Context. · 55
The Rwanda Tribunal: the cases. · 2
The Security Council as Prosecutor: The ad hoc tribunals for the formet Yugoslavia, Rwanda and
Lebanon. · 37
The sentencing jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. · 4
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. · 26
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. · 24
The Soundtrack to genocide: Using incitement to genocide in the Bikinditrial to protect free speech and
uphold the promise of Never Again. · 64
The status of ICTY and ICTR precedent in proceedings before the ICC. · 30
The status of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda: goals and
results. · 3
The Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: article 6 responsibilities. · 31
The Substantial Contribution Requirement: The Unfortunate Outcome of an Illogical Construction and
Incorrect Understanding of Article 6(1) of the Statute of the ICTR. · 46
The Surrender agreements between the US and the ICTY and ICTR: A Critical View. · 57
The surrender agreements between the US and the ICTY and ICTR: The American View. · 64
The surrender of Ntakirutimana revisited. · 82
The theory and practice of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 23
The transfer cases of the ICTR to the Republic of Rwanda: The challenges of implementing Rule 11bis.
· 108
The transfer of cases from International Criminal Tribunals to national courts. · 100
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The Summary of the Judgment in Jean-Paul Akayesu Case. · 92
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The treatment of the crime of rape by Rwandan courts and the International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda (ICTR). · 103
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. · 50
The trial proceedings of the International Criminal Court: ICTY and ICTR. · 9
The U.N. Criminal Tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda: International justice or show of justice? :
Hearing before the committee on international relations, U.S. House of Representatives, February 28,
2002: Testimony. · 36
The U.N. Tribunal for Rwanda concludes its first case: A monumental step towards truth. · 67
The UN international criminal tribunals: the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone. · 39
The UN International Criminal Tribunals: The Former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone. · 87
The UN Security Council Ad Hoc Rwanda Tribunal: International justice or juridical-constructed victor’s
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international criminal justice. · 50
The United States role in the establishment of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda. · 19
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· 60
The use of testimonies of anonymous witnesses [i.e witnesses] and hearsay evidence by the ICTR and
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The use of the Tokyo Judgement in the development of the doctrine of command responsibility in the
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hold the key to the next advance in international law. But their own futures are far from guaranteed. · 77
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reconciliation. · 73
Third-Party war crimes tribunals: the ICTY and the ICTR. · 40
To cooperate or not to cooperate? The case of the failed transfer of Ntakirutimana to the Rwanda
Tribunal. · 82
To punish or pardon: A comparison of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the South
African truth and reconciliation commission. · 58
Tokyoisation of the ICTR’s gender jurisprudence. · 86
Towards the end and beyond: The Almost referral of Bagaragaza in light of the completion strategy of
the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 88
Traditional responsibility for crimes under international law: The UN ad hoc Tribunals and the
International Criminal Tribunal. · 13
Transfer of cases from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to domestic jurisdictions. · 74
Transfer of cases under the jurisprudence of the ICTR and lessons learnt for the ICC. · 25
Transfer or Transformation: A Review of the Rule 11bis Decisions of the International Criminal Tribunal
for Rwanda. · 75
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. · 37
Transnational trials as transitional justice: Lessons from the trial of two Rwandan Nuns in Belgium. · 78
Treatment of complicity in the crime of genocide before International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. ·
108
Trends in International Criminal Evidence: Nuremberg, Tokyo, The Hague, and Arusha. · 68
Trial in absentia at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 37
Trial of the Butare four. · 14
Tribunal Ambivalence and Rwanda’s rejection of functional immunity for the ICTR defence. · 85
Tribunal Criminel International pour le Rwanda: procès et problèmes. · 3
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (le Procureur c/ Nahimana, Barayagwiza et Ngeze, 3
déc. 2003, Chambre de première instance I). · 56
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda, Jugement du 28 avril 2005, MikaeliMuhimana. · 87
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: le compte à rebours. · 16
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: l’urgence de juger. · 16
Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: Pragmatisme de rigueur. · 61
Tribunals give justice a chance: ex-prosecutor says support from free press is vital to the task (Richard
J. Goldstone, former Chief Prosecutor for International Criminal Tribunals for former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda). · 78
U
UN Ad Hoc Tribunals under time pressure - completion strategy and referral practice of the ICTY and
ICTR from the perspective of the defense. · 53
Un aperçu des juridictions pénales internationals en Afrique. · 87
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Troisième partie: Liberté d’expression, tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda: enseignements
généraux. · 6
165
Un tribunal pour quoi faire?: le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda (TPIR) et la poursuite des
crimes contre l’humanité. · 57
Une oeuvre de pionnier: le TPIR établit d’importants précèdents. · 75
United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. ITR/3/Rev.1 : first session, 26-30 June
1995, The Hague, The Netherlands : Rules of procedure and evidence adopted on 29 June 1995 =
Nations Unies Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda ITR/3/Rev.1 : Première session, 26-30 juin
1995, La Hage, Pays-Bas : Réglement de procédure et de preuve adopté le 29 juin 1995. · 86
Universal jurisdiction and the concept of a fair trial: Prosecutor v. Fulgence Niyonteze: A Swiss military
tribunal case study. · 62
Universal jurisdiction over atrocities in Rwanda: Theory and Practice. · 78
Unshackling the paper tiger - The sentencing practices of the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals
for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 49
V
Validating a constitutional shortcut - The Congressional-Executive Agreement: Ntakirutimana v. Reno.
· 90
Vérité judiciaire et vérité du chercheur: témoins et témoignages devant le Tribunal pénal international
pour le Rwanda. · 14
Vers la fin des tribunaux pénaux internationaux pour l’ex-Yougoslavie et le Rwanda: conséquences
juridiques des contraintes temporelles. · 101
Victims’ justice? Reflections on an internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 49
Victor’s justice in war crimes tribunals: a study of the international criminal tribunal in Rwanda. · 88
Victor’s justice revisited: Rwandan Patriotic Front crimes and the prosecutorial endgame at the ICTR. ·
35
Violations of international humanitarian law and the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda. · 105
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
Virtual trials: international war crimes tribunals and the politics of state cooperation in the former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda. · 109, 112
166
W
War crimes in Rwanda? : The answer of the ICTR so far (1998-2001). · 15
War crimes in Rwanda? The answer of the ICTR so far (1998-2001). · 15
War crimes jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 44
War Crimes research office: Coverage of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The Prosecutor
V. Agustin Ngirabatware, Case No. ICTR-99-54-T. · 94
War crimes: Courting justice - The track record of international tribunals established to prosecute war
criminals from Rwanda and Yugoslavia raises questions about how a new International Criminal Court
will work. But those questions are being overshadowed by the snarling match over U.S. opposition
to creating the new Court. The United States is adamant that no American should ever go before the
international tribunal. · 58
Was a Residual Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals Really Necessary? · 46
We are not a truth commission: fragmented narratives and the historical record at the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 54
What is happening to women in transitional justice? Analysing the crime of rape and its reconciliation
in the ICTR. · 79
When humanity sits in Judgment: crimes against Humanity and the Conundrum of race and ethnicity at
the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 44
When we walk out, what was it all about? Views on new beginnings from within the International
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 54
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. · 20
Without these women, the Tribunal cannot do anything: The politics of witness testimony on sexual
violence at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. · 64
Witness protection, gender and the ICTR. · 43
Witnesses and Victims Support Section (WVSS): manual of operational guidance vol.1 = Section
d’assistance aux témoins et victimes (SATV): guide des procédures opérationnelles tome 1. · 16
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)].
· 32
Y
You will receive a fair trial elsewhere the Ad Hoc international criminal tribunals acting as human rights
jurisdictions. · 57
Z
Zero to life: Sentencing Appeals at the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and
Rwanda. · 52
Zigiranyirazo. Judgment and Sentence, 18 December 2008, Trial Chamber. · 92
Zigiranyirazo. Judgment, 22 November 2009, Appeals Chamber. · 95
Title Index /Index par Titres
Special Bibliography on ICTR
Your justice is too slow: will the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda fail Rwanda’s rape victims?
· 30
167
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
A
ARANBURU, Xavier Agirre · 47
ABDESSEMED, Abderrachid · 46
ARBOUR, Louise · 3, 47, 97
ABDULHAFIDH, Ali · 99
AREOU, Guillaume · 87
ABELS, D. · 90
ARNOLD, Pascal · 3, 48
ACKERMAN, John E · 1
ASCENSIO, Hervé · 3, 4, 48
ACQUAVIVA, Guido · 46
ASCOLI, Silvia D’ · 4
ADAMI, Tom A. · 46
ASKIN, Kelly D. · 4, 48, 90
ADANDE SIMPSON, Elise Olga · 99
ASPEGREN, Lennart · 4, 48
ADJOVI, Roland · 1, 12, 65, 93
ASSITER, Alli · 90
AFANDE, Koffi Kumelio A · 1
ASSOCIATED PRESS · 48
AFRICA LAW INSTITUTE · 46
AYAT, Mohammed · 48
AFRICAN RIGHTS · 1
AZARI, Hadi · 48
AGBOR, Avitus A. · 1, 2, 46, 99
AGNEW, Alison · 46
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
AGREST, O. · 33, 34
168
B
AKHAVAN, Payam · 2, 46, 47
BACA, Elena · 49
AKIMANA, Béata · 99
BACHMANN, Klaus · 4, 5
AKSAR, Yusuf. · 2
BADAR, Mohamed Elewa · 5
ALEXIS, Althea · 99
BAKER, Edwin · 5
ALLISON, Maria · 90
BALL, Howard · 5
ALTHUIS, Paul Van · 2
BALZAN, Rachel · 99
ALVAREZ, Jose E. · 47, 90
BANGA, Godefroid · 5
AMANN, Diane Marie · 47
BANTEKAS, Ilias · 5
AMBER, Johnston · 99
BARBA, Christina · 90
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL · 3
BARRIA, Lilian A. · 48
ANKUMAH, Evelyn A. · 9, 27, 47
BARTROP, Paul R. · 42
APPADOO, Krishnee Adnarain · 3
BARUANI, Saleh José · 49
APTEL, Cécile · 3, 47, 90
BASSIOUNI, M. Cherif · 6, 38, 49
APUULI KASAIJA, Phillip · 99
BATAMULIZA, Evelyne Andrew · 99
BATAMULIZA, Specioza · 99
BEGUMISA, Theonest · 99
BOOT, Machteld · 7
BEIGBEDER, Yves · 6
BOOTH, Cherie · 7
BELBENOIT-AVICH, Pierre · 100
BORCHERDING, ERIN D. · 90
BEMBA, Joseph · 6
BOSLY, H.D · 7
BENESCH, Susan · 49
BOSTIAN, Ida L. · 50, 51
BENGELSTORFF, Anja · 97
BOYNTON, Rachel · 52
BENOIT LANDALE, Brigitte · 49
BRANIGAN-SUTTONGA, Martha · 90
BENSON, Christopher · 49
BRETON-LE GOFF, Gaelle · 8
BENSOUDA, Fatou · 6
BROCK, Annelies · 90
BERESFORD, Stuart · 49
BROUWER, Anne-Marie De · 8, 100
BERGERON, James · 6
BRUNO, Giovanni Carlo · 8
BESNIER, Pascal · 6
BUCYANA, James · 51
BIAGIONI, Chiara · 30
BUEHLER, Konrad G. · 8
BIANCHI, Linda · 6
BURGHARDT, Boris · 8
BIDERI, Diogène · 100
BURGORGUE-LARSEN, Laurence · 8
BIJLEVELD, Catrien · 60
BUSS, Doris · 8
BIJU-DUVAL, Jean-Marie · 7
BYRNE, Rosemary · 51
BINGHAM, Laura · 49
BYRON, Dennis · 8, 9, 91
BIRHANU, Fikremarkos · 100
BISHAI, Christine · 49
BIZIMANA, Jean Damascène · 7, 100
BIZIMANA, Jean Paul · 100
BJORKMAN, D.J. · 49
BLAKESLEY, Christopher L. · 7
BLEWITT, Graham T. · 7
BOED, Roman · 7, 50, 90
BOGDAN, Attila · 50
BOHLANDER, Gunter · 50
BOHLANDER, Michael · 50, 97, 100
BOISVERT, Anne-Marie · 75
BONACIC, Marin · 50
CALATHES, William · 60
CALVO-GOLLER, Notburga K. · 9
CANTER, Amelia S. · 51
CAPALDO, Giuliana Ziccardi · 9
CARCANO, Andrea · 51
CARROLL, Christina M. · 51
CASSESE, Antonio · 9
CATALDI, Giuseppe · 9
CAVA, Mario · 91
CAYLEY, Andrew T. · 51
CAZALA, Julien · 51
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
Special Bibliography on ICTR
BODANSKY, Daniel · 49
C
CAJANIELLO, Michele · 9
169
CERONE, John · 51
DAVIES, Richard · 10
CERVONI, Rocco P. · 91
DAVIS, Mary McGowan · 52
CESARI, Patricia De · 9
DAVIS, Spencer W. · 52
CHACE, Amanda · 91
DAWSON, Grant · 52
CHENAULT, Suzanne · 51
DAY, Margaux · 39
CHILTON, Celeste M. · 100
DECAUX, Emmanuel · 3, 10, 11, 12, 17, 26,
36, 37
CHIRWA, Danwood M. · 100
CHRETIEN, Jean-Pierre · 36, 51
CISSE, Catherine · 9, 51
CLARK, J.J. · 52
COBAN-OZTURK, Ebru · 52
COLE, Alison · 52
COLEMAN, John · 91
COLLEEN, Mikaela · 52
COMBS, Nancy Amoury · 52
CONDORELLI, Luigi · 10
CONKLIN, Tara · 40
COOMBS, Mary · 52
CÔTÉ, Luc · 10
CROSS, Requel · 10
CRUVELLIER, Thierry · 10, 23
CUMMINGS-JOHN, Tamara · 10
CURTIN, Philip J. · 91
DÉGLI, Jean Yaovi · 100
DELAPLACE, Edouard · 11
DENIS, Catherine · 53
DESTEXHE, Alain · 11
DEVRESSE, Marie-Sophie · 38
DIARRA, Rokhayatou · 73
DIDAT, Maxime · 53
DIECKMANN, Jens · 53
DIENG, Adama · 11, 12, 17, 26, 37, 53, 97
DIM, Gordon · 11
DIMITRIJEVIC, Vojin · 11
DITEWIG, Y. · 11
DIXON, R. · 53
DOBROTA, Danijela · 100
DOHERTY, Joseph · 11
DOLD, Beat · 88
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
DONAT-CATTIN, David · 53
170
DONGMEZA MPOFET · 101
D
DONLON, Theresa Fidelma · 110
DAFEL, Michael · 10, 52
DORMANN, Knut · 11
DAFF, Adama · 100
DORMOY, Daniel · 53
DANNER, Allison · 52
DORN, T.A.D. · 86
DANNER, Marston · 52
DRUMBL, Mark A. · 11, 23, 53, 54
DAVID, Eric · 52
DUBOIS, Olivier · 54
DAVIDSON, H. Ron · 52
DUMONT, Hélène · 75
DUSHIMIMANA, L. · 54
E
EBOE-OSUJI, Chile · 1, 23, 36, 37, 54
EGOUNLETY, Liliane · 101
ELEY-LOFELE, J. M. · 54
ELSA, Friis · 101
ELTRINGHAM, Nigel · 12, 54, 55
ENDO, Guillaume · 55
ERASMUS, Gearhard · 55
ERLINDER, Peter · 12, 55
ESPINOZA, Rita · 91
EYENI MBU, Nelson · 55
FOURIE, Nadine · 55
FOUTAIN, Caleb J. · 56
FOX, Hazel · 56
FRAME, Nuri · 56
FRANKLIN, Daniel J. · 56
FRAUTSCHI, Linda · 91
FREDIANI, Sophie · 101
FRENCKEN, Niki · 12
FRIEDLANDER, Taylor · 56
FRIEDMAN, Leon · 56
FRÖLICH, Ruth · 56, 91, 92
FRONZA, Emanuela · 56
FULLER, Roslyn · 56
F
FABIAN, Kellye L. · 55
FARRIS, Christopher · 68
FUNDER, Kamille · 101
FURERE MUCYO, David · 101
FURUYA, S. · 56
FATIC, Aleksandar · 4, 5
FEATHERS, Beka · 91
G
FERNANDEZ, Tatiana Olarte · 101
GAKWAYA, Jean · 57
FERSTMAN, CARLA J. · 55
GALBRAITH, Jean · 57
FIELD, Sean · 55
GALLIMORE, Timothy · 57
FIERENS, Jacques · 12, 55
GALLMETZER, Reiold · 12, 13
FINK, Jason Benjamin · 56
GAPARAYI TUZINDE · 101
FLOYD, John · 12
GARUKA, Christian · 13
FOFE DJOFIA MALEWA, Jean-Pierre · 12
GASORE, Guillaume · 101
FOITZIK, Robert · 101
GATARI, Eugénie · 51
FOMETE, Jean-Pelé · 12
GAYNOR, Fergal · 72
FORBES, Jeffrey · 91
GAZUREK, Eva · 13
FORET, Michel · 11
GELBMAN, Doris W. · 13
FORTINI, Jacilyn · 91
GETSADZE, Giorgi · 13
FOURANS, Claire · 101
GETTI, Jean-Pierre · 57
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
Special Bibliography on ICTR
FERNANDEZ, Julian · 55
GAHIMA, Gerald · 12
171
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
172
GHAHRAMAN, Golriz · 78
HARRAH, Jessica A. · 14
GHER, Jaime · 92
HARRINGTON, Joanna · 14
GIBSON, Kate · 57
HARRIS, Kenneth J. · 58
GIUSTINIANI, Flavia Zorzi · 57
HASKELL, Leslie · 58
GODINHO, Jorge A. F. · 57
HASLAM, Emily · 15
GODOY, Joâo · 13
HASSE, Jana · 15
GOLDSMITH, Jennifer · 92
HAUGHTON, Anna M. · 15
GOLDSTONE, Richard · 13
HAY, Nicole · 102
GOOMBS, Mary · 57
HAYDEN, Patrick · 58
GORDON, Gregory S. · 57
HEGLAND, Corine · 58
GORDON, Melissa · 57
HEINDEL, Anne · 92
GOW, James · 76
HELFER, Laurence R. · 59
GOZANI, Dafna · 57
HELLER, Kevin Jon · 59
GRADONI, Lorenzo · 57
HENHAM, Ralph · 59
GRANT, Philip · 101
HENRY, Benoit · 59
GRAYBILL, Lyn · 58
HENZELIN, Marc · 15
GREAVES, Michael · 13
HERIK, L.J. van den · 15, 59, 102
GREENFIELD, Daniel M. · 58
HERNANDEZ, Jenny Reed · 102
GROVER, Sonja C. · 13
HERRING, James W. Jr. · 102
GUICHAOUA, André · 14
HLLER, Kevin Jon · 49
GUILLOT, Philippe · 14
HOLA, Barbora · 15, 59, 60
GUNAWARDANA, Asoka de Z. · 14
HOLE, Leo Van Den · 60
GUT, Till · 14
HOMETOWU, Constant K. · 102
GUTTO, Shadrack · 97
HOROVITZ, Sigall · 15, 60, 81
HOUEDJISSIN, Mededode · 102
H
HABIMANA, Aloys · 14, 98
HADDAD, Heidi Nichols · 58
HAFFAJEE, Rebecca L. · 58
HAILE-MARIAM, Yacob · 58
HAKIZIMANA, Jean de Dieu · 102
HARHOFF, Frederik · 14, 58
HOUNGBEDJI, Bienvenu · 102
HOWE, Amy · 68
HOWLAND, Todd · 60
HOY, Kellie-Sue · 102, 111
HUBBARD, Jessica A · 15
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW (Africa) · 60
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH · 16
HUMPHREY, Michael · 60
JOHNSTON, Amber · 103
HUNT, Martha · 46
JONES, John R. W. D. · 18
HURST, Alexandra · 102
JONES, Nicholas A. · 18
HUSKETH, Eric · 60
JORDA, Claude · 18
HUSSON, Laetitia · 60, 92
JORGENSEN, Nina H. B. · 62
HUW, Llewellyn · 49
JUROVICS, Yann · 18
I
K
INGABIRE, Mackline · 102
KAABA, O’brien · 103
INGADOTTIR, Th. · 11
KABIRA, Nkatha · 103
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda ·
16, 60, 61, 86, 92
KAITESI, Usta · 18, 103
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Trial Chamber · 61
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Appeals Chamber · 61
INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP · 16, 61
KALSHOVEN Frits · 18
KAMA, Laïty · 18, 19, 62
KAMANZI, Innocent · 103
KAMATALI, Jean-Marie · 62
KAMUGISHA, Patrick · 103
KANG, Ahran · 80
J
JACKSON, John · 61
JALLOH, Charles Chernor · 16, 17, 25, 61
JALLOH, Chernor S · 17
JALLOW, Hassan Bubacar · 17, 62, 98
JANE, Kirsten · 102
JANJAN, Kristina · 17, 18
JATIN, Dua · 102
JEGEDE, Segun · 62
JESUS, Ramon De · 41
JIA, Bing Bing · 18
JOENSEN, Vagn · 18
JOHNSON, Larry D. · 62
KANSIIME, Jane · 103
KANTONEN, Arto · 103
KAPPOS, Katerina · 58, 67
KARAGIANNAKIS, Magdalini · 62
KARHILO, J. · 62
KARIGIRWA, Agnès · 103
KARLSEN, Gunnar M. · 41
KARNEL, Aaron P. · 62
KARUMUNA Ophilia · 103
KASAIJA, Phillip Apuuli · 19, 103
KASTENBERG, Joshua E. · 62
KATRÍN, Ólöf Einarsdóttir · 103
KAUFMAN, Zachary D. · 17, 19
KAVURO, Callixte · 63
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
Special Bibliography on ICTR
JARVIS, Laura · 92
KANIMBA K., Franco · 103
173
KAYITANA, Jean Damascène · 104
KUBAI, Anne · 64
KEITH, Kirsten M.F. · 19, 63
KUSHEN, Robert · 58, 64
KELDER, Jessica M. · 63
KWAKWA, Edward · 9, 22, 27
KELLER, Andrew N. · 63
KWEKA, Gift Joseph · 104
KEMPEN, Piet Hein Van · 19
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
KERBRAT, Yann · 19
174
L
KERLL, Christina · 53
LAMBERT-ABDELGAWAD, Elisabeth · 22
KERN, Heather M. · 19
LATTANZI, Flavia · 22, 64
KERR, Kate · 63
LAUCCI, Cyril · 22, 65
KHODAY, Amar · 20
LAURISTON, Maymuchka · 65, 93
KHOURY, Cyrena · 92
LAURSEN, Andreas · 22
KHUMPRAKOB, Malissa · 92
LAUX, Maria Farielo · 22
KIBUKA M., Jean-Luc · 104
LAVIOLETTE, Nicole · 65
KIGENZA, Frank · 104
KIM, Paul · 63
LAWYERS COMMITTEE
RIGHTS · 22
KINAMA, Emily N. · 104
LE GALL · 104
KINDIKI, K. · 63
LEANEY, Erica · 65
KINNECOME, David · 16, 25
LEBENSOHN, Lindsay Kathleen · 104
KLAMBERG, Mark · 13
LEDDY, Nick · 93
KLANN, Helen · 20
LEE, Roy S. · 65
KLAUS, Bachmann · 20
LEEFERS, Kristin · 65
KLIP, André · 20, 21, 63
LEIGH, Monroe · 65
KNITTEL, Claire · 63
LEROY-HAJEE, Alice · 23
KNOOPS, Alexander G.J. · 21
LEVENBERG, Jessica A. · 93
KNOOPS, G.G.J. · 22
LI, Abdulhafidh · 104
KOLB, Robert · 64
LIBBY, Sean · 65
KOOMEN, Jonneke · 22
LICHTENBERG, Judith · 65
KOOSED, Daniel · 64, 104
LIEROP, ROBERT F. Van · 23
KOPPE, Erik. V. · 92, 93
LINDEMANN, Lena · 23
KRAAK, Natalie · 104
LINDEPENG, Sylvie · 23
KRAMER, Alexis S. · 93
LING, Yan · 23, 65
KRIVOKAPIC, B. · 22
LIPPI, Camila Soares · 65
FOR
HUMAN
LIPPMAN, Matthew Ross · 65
MANNERSTRÖM, Magnus · 104
LITHUR, Nana Oye · 66
MANSARAY, Binta · 67
LJUBOJA, Lana · 66
MAOGOTO, N. Jackson · 105
LLEWELLYN, Jennifer · 66
MARCHAND, Michel · 24
LONDRAS, Fiona De · 23
MARCIL, Alexandra · 67
LONGMAN, Timothy · 23
MARGETTS, Katharina · 67
LORELLO, David S. · 81
MARION, BEN-BELLA · 105
LOWE, Megan · 23
MARONG, Alhagi · 16, 24, 25, 67
LU, Irene C. · 66
MARTENS, K. · 25
LUDERS, Barbara · 23
MATEUS, Andrea · 93
LUYT, W · 66
MATTHEWS, Jenny · 25
LYON, Michelle S. · 23
MAURY, D. Shenk · 68
LYONS, Beth S. · 23, 24
MAY, Richard · 25, 68
LYONS, Margaret A · 66
MAYSTRE, Magali · 25
MAZERON, Florent · 1
MAZIMPAKA, Jean Paul · 105
M
MBERABAGABO, Patrick · 105
MBONDENYI, Kiwinda Moris · 25
MACDONALD, Avril J.M. · 66
MBONYUMUVUNYI, J. Népo · 105
MACDOUGALL, Carrie · 24
MBUTO, Déo · 105
MACKENZIE, Ruth · 24
MCCOY, Jason Todd · 105
MACKINNON, Catharine A. · 24, 66, 93
MCDERMOTT, Yvonne · 25, 68
MAESEN, H. J. Van der · 66
MCDONALD, Avril · 68
MAFWENGA, Alinikisa · 24
MCDONALD, Gabrielle Kirk · 25, 26, 68
MAGNARELLA, Paul J. · 24, 66, 67
MCDOUGALL, Carrie · 26
MAISON, Rafaelle · 4, 48, 67
MAITRA, Neelanjan · 67
MCGILL Doctoral affiliates working group on
international justice.- Rwanda Section · 26
MAJOLA, Bongani · 24
MCGONIGLE, Brianne · 93
MAKULE, Stephen · 104
MCINTYRE, Gabrielle · 68
MALEKIAN, Farhad · 24
MCKENZIE, Philippa · 20
MAMIYA, Ralph · 67
MCPHERSON, Brian · 93
MANIRAKIZA, Pacifique · 67
MEERNIK, James · 68
MEGRET, Frédéric · 26
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
Special Bibliography on ICTR
M’BOGE, Yassim · 61
175
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
176
MEIER WANG, Mariann · 68
MORRIS, Virginia · 28, 70
MEIJER, Cecile E.M. · 93
MORRISON, Howard · 28
MEISENBERG, Simon M. · 26
MOSE, Erik · 28, 70, 71
MELANDER, Göran · 27
MOYO, W.P. · 71
MELMAN, Jesse · 69
MTULYA, Fahamu Hamidu · 105
MERON, Theodor · 27, 69
MUBIALA, Mutoy · 71
MESEKE, Stephan · 27
MUBIHAME, Alphonse · 105
METTRAUX, Guenael · 69
MUCOWINTORE, Ines · 105
METZL, Jamie Frederic · 69
MUGABONABANDI, Jean Maurice · 106
MEYER, Anuschka L. · 105
MUGISHA, Adams · 106
MICT LEGAL LIBRARY · 27
MUGISHA, Frank · 106
MILANOVIC, Marko · 11
MUGUME RWAKARINGI D. · 106
MILLER, Alexandra A. · 69
MUGWANYA, George William · 28, 29, 71
MILLS, Sharon · 93
MUHAWENIMANA, Ildephonse · 106
MILNE, Allison T.C. · 69
MUJUZI, Jamil Ddamulira · 71
MINALE, Lemlem F. · 94
MUJYANAMA, Martin · 106
MIRAU-GONDOIN, Eliette · 27
MUKARURANGWA, Pélathie · 106
MIRELA, Caluian Andra · 105
MUKHERJEE, Geetanjali · 71
MIRGUET, Eric · 69
MULEEFU, Alphonse · 106
MIRONKO, Charles · 43
MULLALLY, Siobhan · 71
MITCHELL, Mary T. · 81
MUNA, Bernard · 29, 71
MOBBERLEY, Andra · 69
MUNDIS, Daryl A. · 29, 71, 72
MOCHOCHOKO, Phakiso · 27
MUNGANYINKA, Azza · 106
MOGHALU, Kingsley Chiedu · 27, 28, 69, 70,
98
MUNLO, Lovemore · 98
MOLS, Gérard · 28
MOMENI, Mercedeh · 70
MONTOLIU, Ana Beltrán · 28
MORGAN, Andrew · 17, 61
MORLEY, L. · 70
MORRIL, Hanna · 70
MORRIS, Jennifer Wren · 70
MORRIS, Madeline H. · 70
MUNYAMAHORO R, Bienvenu · 106
MUNYANDILIKIRWA, Laurent · 106
MUNYANGAJU, Damascène · 107
MURPHY, Ray · 107
MURPHY, Robin · 94
MURPHY, Sarah · 72
MURRAY, Rachel · 72
MURTAZA, Jaffer · 29
MURUNGI, Betty · 72
NG, Likim · 108
MUSÆUS, Vibeke Janicke · 107
NGABIRANO, Dan · 30
MUSARRA, Rebecca · 94
NIANG, Mandiaye · 30, 73
MUSHIMIRE, Evode · 107
NIBA, Jacqueline · 94
MUSINGUZI, Martin · 107
NICOL-WILSON, C.- Melron · 73
MUSONI, Ronald · 107
NIETO-NAVIA, Rafael · 30
MUTABAZI, Etienne · 72, 107
NINSIIMA, Caleb · 108
MUTARINDWA, Victor · 107
NKUSI, Fred · 108
MUTETAYIRE, Diane · 107
NKUSI, Ronald · 108
MUTUA, Makau · 72
NMAJU, MbaChidi · 73
MUVALA, Ephraim · 107
NORDSKOG, Kjersti · 108
MUYOBOKE KALIMUNDA, Aimé · 29
NOWROJEE, Binaifer · 30
MWAGIRU, Makumi · 73
NSANO RWAMBONERA, Joseph · 108
MWAISONDOLA, George · 107
NSANZIMANA, Bernard · 108
MWANGI, Wambui · 29
NSANZIMANA, Innocent · 108
NSANZUWERA, François-Xavier · 31, 73
N
NAHAMYA, Elizabeth · 73
NAHAPETIAN, Kate · 73
NAIMARK, Anna · 94
NCHOUWAT, Amadou · 73
NDAHINDA, Félix · 29
NDAYISABA, Edison · 107
NEDERLANDT, Olivia · 29
NEGRI, Stefania · 29, 30
NELAEVA, Galina · 73
NSENGIYUMVA, Léopold · 31
NSEREKO, Daniel D. Ntanda · 73
NTANDA NSEREKO, Daniel D. · 31
NTANGUNGIRA, Jean Bosco · 31
NTUBE NGANE, Sylvia · 31
NWOYE, Leo C. · 74, 109
NYAMUYA MAOGOTO, Jackson · 31, 74
NYANDWI, Jean Damascène · 31, 109
NYINAWABANA, Triphine · 109
NZEYUMUREMYI, Jean-Pierre · 109
NELSON, Kelsy D. · 108
NEMITZ, Jan Christoph · 30, 39
O
NERLICH, Volker · 30
O’BRIAN, Eadaoin · 109
NERSESSIAN, David L · 73
O’KEEFE, Roger · 32
NEWQUIST, Brian J. · 81
OBOTE-ODORA, Alex · 31, 74
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
Special Bibliography on ICTR
NEIER, Aryeh · 47
NSENGIYUMVA, Alain Onesphore · 108
177
O’DONNELL, Margarita K. · 31
PASTEMAK, Emily · 94
ODRIOZOLA-GURRUTXAGA, Miren · 74
PATTERSON, Parker · 76
OKALI, Agwu Ukiwe · 75
PAUDEL, Shiva Prasad Sharma · 109
OKOTH, Juliet, R A. · 109
PAUST, Jordan J. · 34
OLARTE FERNANDEZ, Tatiana · 109
PAZARTZIS, Photini · 34
OLONISAKIN, Funmi · 75
PEARSALL, Alisa · 76
OLUWU, Dejo · 75
PERRAKIS, S. · 76
OLWINE, Brittany A. · 75
PESKIN, Victor · 34, 35, 76, 109, 112
OMAAR, Rakiya · 32
PETER, Chris Maina · 76
ONSEA, Inneke · 32
PETROSIAN, Tahlia · 76
OOSTERVED, Valerie · 75
PFAKWANDIKA, Patrick · 109
OOSTHUIZEN, Gabriël · 32, 75
PHILPOT, John · 35, 77
OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE · 32
PICCOLO, Irene · 35
OPPENHEIM, J. · 32, 33, 34
PILLAY, Navanethem · 35, 98
ORENSTEIN, Alexis · 51
PINSART, Marie-Geneviève · 35
ORENTLICHER, Diane F. · 75
PITTMAN, Thomas Wayde · 77
O’SHEA, AG. · 75
POCAR, Fausto · 35
O’SULLIVAN, Eugene · 1
PODGERS, James · 77
OTHENIN-GIRARD, Roberto · 34
PONTE, Carla del · 35
OTHMAN, Mohamed · 75
POPOFF, Evo · 77
OXMAN, Bernard H. · 75
POPPER, Melanie · 36
POWLES, Steven · 36, 77
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
P
178
PACIOCCO, David M. · 34
POZEN, Joanna · 77
PROUVEZE, Remy · 77
PRUIT, William R. · 77
PADONOU, Gervais · 109
PAL, Shivani · 109
PALMER, Nicola · 34, 75
PARADELLE, Murielle · 75
Q
QUIRICO, Ottavio · 77
PARKER, James · 34, 109
PARKS, W · 69
PASCAL, Arnold · 34
PASKINS, Barrie · 76
R
RAACH, Fatma · 77
RABKIN, Jeremy · 36
RUDASINGWA, Theogene · 79
RACE, Megan · 94
RURANGWA, Ephraim · 110
RADAKOVIĆ, Dragana · 110
RUSHING, Lizzie · 94
RAIMONDO, Fabiàn O. · 36
RYAN, Maryellen · 37
RAKOTOMANANA, Honoré · 36
RYDBERG, Asa · 37
RANA, Rajat · 77, 94
RAPNEAU, Coline · 36
RAPONI, Sandra · 66
S
RASSI, Christopher M. · 36
SADAT, Leila N. · 37
RATHBONE, Meredith · 81
SAHIN, Bilge · 79
RAWSON, David P. · 77
SALEH, Baruani José · 110
REARICK, Daniel J. · 78
SANDEN, J. Van der · 38
REDDI, M. · 71
SANTIEMMA, Elena · 38
REINHARDT, Alexander C. · 37
SANUSI, Shakiratu · 67
RESKE, Henry · 78
SAPIRO, Miriam · 81
RETTIG, Max L. · 78
SARDACHTI, Marie-Jeanne · 110
REYDAMS, Luc · 37, 78
SARIS, Anne · 8, 13
REYES, Charmaine · 37, 65, 78, 93
SARKIS, Caroline E. · 110
RHOADS, Carrie · 68
SCALIA, Damien · 38, 110
RIKHOF, Joseph · 78
SCHAACK, Beth Van · 38
RINEFIERD, Paul · 94
SCHABAS, William A. · 5, 38, 39, 80, 87, 110
ROBERGE, Marie-Claude · 78
SCHARF, Michael P. · 28, 39, 80
ROBERTS, Elisabeth · 102
SCHELTEMA, C. · 39
ROBINSON, Peter · 37, 78
SCHLESINGER, Nicole · 110
RODMAN, Kenneth A. · 78
SCHLÜTTER, Birgit · 39
ROGERS, Shayna · 79
SCHOMBURG, Wolfgang · 39, 81
ROHOL, Susan · 45
SCHULZ, Philipp · 39
ROPER, Steven D. · 48
SCHUSTER, Matthias · 39
ROTHENBERG, Daniel · 79
SELLERS, Patricia V. · 39, 81
ROULEAU, Nicolas M. · 94
SENEVIRATNE, Wasantha · 81
ROVETTA, Ornella · 79, 110
SERBER, Bradley · 110
SEYMOUR, Thomas D. · 39
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
Special Bibliography on ICTR
RAPP, Stephen J. · 36
SABAC, Audey · 110
179
SHANNON, Kirk G. · 81
STEFANELLI, Joe · 18
SHANY, Y. · 39, 81
STEIGER, Dominik · 83
SHENK, Maury · 65, 81
STEINBERG, Richard H. · 11
SHERMAN, Jake · 40
STEINITZ, Maya · 83
SHRAGA, D. · 81
STERN, B. · 83
SHREVE, C. · 81
STERNBERG, Mark Von · 83
SIKULIBO, Jean de Dieu · 110
STEVENSON, Ellie · 94
SILVESTRE, Carmen · 111
STEWART, Meghan · 95
SINGH, Karam · 40
STIFTUNG, Friedrich- Ebert · 40
SIROIS, André · 40
STOCKMAN, Farah · 41, 83
SLETTVAG, Ida Oroy · 111
STOLZMAN, Merve · 95
SLIEDREGT, Elies Van · 59
STRINGER, Douglas · 83
SLOANE, Robert D. · 40, 82
STRIZEK, Helmut · 41
SLUITER, Göran · 12, 20, 21, 40, 82
STROH, Dagmar · 41, 83
SMEULERS, Alette · 60
SUNGA, Lyal S. · 83
SMITH, Charles Anthony · 40
SUNGI, Simeon P. · 83, 111
SMITH, Kristin E. · 40
SWAAK-GOLDMAN, Olivia · 25, 26, 83
SMITH, Laura A. · 42
SWART, Mia · 84, 85, 111
SMITH, Shawn · 82
SWARTENBROEKX, Marie-Anne · 41
SNYDER, Mary · 40
SWIGART, Leigh · 41
SNYDER, Robert H. · 82
SYMONS, Louise · 84
SOARES, Patrícia Pinto · 82
SZOKE-BURKE, Sam · 84
SOB, P. · 82
SZPAK, Agnieszka · 84
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SOLIMAN, Hoda F. · 111
180
SOW, Ahmed Iyane · 82
SOW, Malick · 11, 12, 17, 26
T
SPANOUDIS, Joanna · 53
TANSEY, Christopher · 95
SPERLING, Carrie · 82
TARAKU, Sylo · 41
SRIRAM, Chandra Lekha · 40
TAVERNIER, Paul · 8, 84
STAMPER, Gwendolyn · 82
TAYLOR, Phil · 41
STANLEY, Elizabeth · 111
TENNEY, Walter D. · 41
STEELE, Sarah · 82
TERRIS, Daniel · 41
THALMANN, Vanessa · 84
UWAMARIYA, Charlotte · 112
The Harvard Law Review Association · 84
UWASE, Sabine · 112
THOMSON, Aileen · 95
UWIHOREYE MUKARAGE, Jean Baptiste ·
112
THORNTON, Brenda Sue · 84, 85
TIBBITTS, Robert · 41
TIEFENBRUN, Susan W. · 85
V
TIEMESSEN, Alana Erin · 85
VALVARDI, Christopher · 95
TOCHILOVSKY, Vladimir · 41, 42
VANDERMEERSCH, D. · 7, 29, 86
TOFAN, C. · 42
VANHOENACKER, Celine · 43
TOLBERT, David · 37, 42
VERDIRAME, Guglielmo · 86
TOPULOS, Katherine · 85
VERNICHON, Aurélie · 43
TOTTEN, Samuel · 42
VIOLANTE, Keith · 95
TOWNSEND, Gregory · 85, 95
VISEUR-SELLERS, P. · 69, 86
TRACOL, Xavier · 85
VISSER, Gerda · 86
TRAHAN, Jennifer · 42
VOS, Christian De. · 95
TRAN, Duc Tuan · 111
TRIFUNOVSKA, S. · 85
TRIPONEL, Anna · 95
TROUILLE, Helen · 85
TRUE-FROST, Cora · 40
TURNER, Allison · 85
TUSINGWIRE, Yassin · 111
TWAGIRAYEZU, Jean Marie · 111
TWIZERIMANA, Annonciata · 111
W
WALDORF, Lars · 58, 86
WALLACH, Evan J. · 86
WALLING, Carrie · 22
WALLIS, Alan · 43
WALSH, Cornie · 43
WALTER, A. · 86
WAMARA KWONKE, Gérard · 112
WANG, Mariann Meier · 86
UGOCHUKWU, Davina · 95
UMUGWANEZA, Geraldine · 111
UNITED NATIONS · 42, 43
UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY · 42
UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL · 86
UVIN, Peter · 43
WARBRICK, Colin · 86
Washington University in St. Louis. School of
Law · 43, 98
WASPI, S. · 43
WEBSTER, Don · 43
WECKEL, Philippe · 87
WEDDING, Patricia · 87
Author Index/ Index par Auteurs
Special Bibliography on ICTR
U
181
WEERNINK, Anne · 87
WEMBOU, Djiena · 87
WERRETT, Melanie · 98
WESTBERG, Megan M. · 87
WIBABARA, Charity · 44, 112
WIERDA, Marieke · 68
WILLIAMS, Kaegan-Marie · 95
WILLIAMS, Sarah · 44, 87
WILLIAMSON, Jamie A. · 4, 47, 87, 90
Y
YACOUBIAN, George S. · 88
YARWOOD, Lisa · 88
YCAZA, Carla De · 88
YETONGNON, Marina · 53
YOO, Daisy · 44
YOUNG, Zsofia · 96
YU, Daisy · 96
WILLS, Hong S. · 87
WILSON, Gary · 87
WILSON, Leslie · 95
WILSON, Richard Ashby · 44
WILSON, Tamfuh · 88
WISOTSKY, Alexandra L. · 95
WLADIMIROFF, Michail · 44, 88
WOLF, W.J. Van der · 2, 33, 34, 38, 39, 44
WOOD, Stephanie K. · 88
WOOLAVER, Hannah · 88
WOUTERS, Jan · 37
WRITER, Danna Harman · 88
Z
ZACKLIN R. · 81
ZAGARIS, Bruce · 44
ZAHAR, Alexander · 45, 88
ZAIKOS, N. · 15
ZAKR, Nasser · 89
ZAPPALA, Salvatore · 45
ZEEGERS, Krit · 45, 89
ZEIDY, Mohamed M. El · 89
ZHU, Wen-Qi · 45, 98
Bibliographie spéciale sur le TPIR
X
182
XU, William · 96
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