Globalization and its impact on the future of human rights and international criminal justice / M. Cherif Bassiouni (ed.)

Publisher's description: Globalization is not a new phenomenon. New realities have emerged over the past two decades which have given it greater influence in the affairs of states. This coincided with the increasing inability of states and international organizations to carry out their institut...

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Corporate Author: High-Level Meeting of Experts on Global Issues and their Impact on the Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice
Other Authors: Bassiouni, M. Cherif, 1937-2017 (Editor)
Format: Conference Proceeding Book
Published: Cambridge ; Antwerp ; Portland : Intersentia, [2015]
Table of Contents:
  • PART I. HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE: Human rights and international criminal justice in the twenty-first century / M. Cherif Bassiouni
  • An assessment of the current international human rights paradigm and recommendations for moving forward / Carli Pierson
  • Twentieth-century institutions for a twenty-first century world? / Stephen Hopgood
  • Human rights and international criminal justice : looking back to reclaim the future / Micheline Ishay
  • The future of the United Nations human rights system / William Schabas
  • The past, present and future of international criminal justice and human rights / Lawrence Wilkerson
  • The future of international criminal justice : recent empirical studies on the impact of justice mechanisms on human rights and conflict / Kathryn Sikkink
  • International criminal justice, Plato, and global due process / Larry May
  • International criminal justice : reflections on the past and the future / Hassan B. Jallow
  • Assessing the impact of security and geopolitical considerations on the protection of human rights and the pursuit of international criminal justice / Hans Corell
  • Responsibility of states in case of human rights violations and of obligations to prevent and punish serious violations of human rights and international crimes / Alain Pellet
  • PART II. CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES: Failing states impact on human rights and international criminal justice / Mario Silva
  • The international legal architecture and the conflicts of the Middle East : an obsolete framework or simply underutilized? / H.R.H. Prince El Hassan bin Talal
  • An assessment on the use of armed conflict data / Mark S. Ellis
  • Outsourcing war : private military and security companies under international humanitarian law / Yannic Körtgen
  • Old and new terrorist threats : what form will they take and how will states respond? / Ben Saul
  • The future of global transnational criminality and international criminal justice / Robert Cryer
  • Rethinking multilateral responses to organized crime / Mark Shaw, Walter Kemp
  • Preventing genocide and crimes against humanity : reflection on future challenges and opportunities / Adama Dieng
  • Evolving advocacy : suggestions for the next phase of civil society support of international criminal justice / Christopher "Kip" Hale
  • Breaking the rules : Kenya, the ICC, and the Twelfth Assembly of States Parties Session / Elizabeth Evenson
  • PART III. POPULATION, RESOURCES, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES: Global pluralism : the next state in global governance, human rights, and international law / Errol P. Mendes
  • Decentralized democracy in political reconstruction / Roger B. Myerson
  • Population, resources and environmental challenges between now and 2050, and their world impacts / Martin Lees
  • The relationship of climate change to global security / Donald J. Wuebbles, Aman Chitkara, Clay Matheny
  • Population, resources, and the environment : challenges ahead / Ved P. Nanda
  • PART IV. THE ROLE OF IGOS, NGOS AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: The role of international non-governmental organizations, globalization, and international criminal law / Andrew Clapham
  • Inter-governmental organisations and international non-governmental organizations in the era of globalization, and how they can protect human rights and support international criminal justice / Stephen Mathias
  • The role of non-governmental organizations in advancing international criminal justice / Charles C. Jalloh
  • The fate of R2P in the age of retrenchment / David Scheffer
  • Global constitutionalism and global governance : towards a UN-driven global constitutional governance model / Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo
  • Implementation of the right to development and international criminal justice / Ahmed Fathi Sorour
  • CONCLUDING REMARK AND APPENDICES: Concluding remarks : Globalization, values, and world order / Shahram Dana
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