Table of contents for Designing criminal tribunals : sovereignty and international concerns in the protection of human rights / by Steven D. Roper and Lilian A. Barria.

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Contents
List of Tables
About the Authors
Preface
List of Abbreviations
Chapter I: 		From Impunity to Imprisonment: Individual Accountability	under 
			International Law
Chapter II: 		History in the Making: The International Criminal Tribunal for the former 
			Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Chapter III: 	The Creation of Hybrid Tribunals: The Special Court for Sierra Leone and 
			the Extraordinary Chambers for Cambodia
 
Chapter IV: 	Creating and Reasserting State Sovereignty: The Serious Crimes Panel for 
			East Timor and the Indonesian Human Rights Court
	
Chapter V:		Financial Considerations in the Maintenance of International Tribunals 	
Chapter VI: 	The Completion Strategy for the International Criminal Tribunal for the 
			former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Chapter VII: 	Understanding the Effectiveness of International, Hybrid and Domestic 
			Tribunals
Appendix A: 	Structure, Jurisdiction and Composition of the Tribunals
Appendix B:	Resolutions for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Appendix C:	Resolutions for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Appendix D: 	Resolutions for the Special Court for Sierra Leone
Appendix E:	Resolutions for the Serious Crimes Panel for East Timor 
Appendix F:	Resolutions for the Extraordinary Chambers for Cambodia
Bibliography
Index

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International criminal courts.