The following contains a bibliography on international human rights and criminal law, including the ICC and issues related to the ratification and implementation, that could be useful to academics, delegations, and groups working in these fields. Please also note that the Coalition website has a link to an extensive ICC bibliography.
Copyright 2001 International Enforcement Law Reporter
International Enforcement Law Reporter
SECTION: XII. BIBLIOGRAPHY; Vol. 17, No. 4
LENGTH: 264 words
HEADLINE: A. Books
BYLINE: By Bruce Zagaris
1. Banking and Money Laundering
G. Stessens , Money Laundering. A New International Law Enforcement Model ,
Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law, Cambridge
University Press (2000).
2. Law of War
Aleksandar Fatic, Reconciliation via the War Crimes Tribunal (2000).
J.R.W.D. Jones, The Practice of the International Criminal Tribunals for
the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, 2 nd ed. Transnational publishers ( 2000).
Paul J. Magnarella, Justice in Africa: Rwanda's Genocide, Its Courts and
the UN Criminal Tribunal (2000).
3. Human Rights and Protection of Victims
The Future of UN Human Rights Treaty Monitoring (2000).
P.R. Beaumont and P.E. Mcleavy, The Hague Convention on International Child
4. International Criminal Court
International Criminal Court: Ratification and National Implementing
Legislation , Int'l Review of Penal Law (2000).
N. Chomsky, Rogue States; the Rule of Force in World Affairs , South End
Protection Against Genocide; Mission Impossible ? Praeger (2000).
H.J. De Nike et al, Genocide In CaMbodia; Documents from the Trial of Pol
Pot and Ieng Sary , U. of Pennsylvania Press (2000).
The Pinochet Case: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis (2000).
8. Transnational Corruption
E. Buscaglia, Judicial Corruption in Developing Countries; Its Causes and
Economic Consequences . Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace,
Stanford Univ., (1999 ).
Criminal Code of the Russian Federation , 2d. Ed (1998).
HEADLINE: B. Articles
BYLINE: BY Bruce Zagaris
1. Adjective Enforcement
A.I. Sapone, Children as Pawns in their Parents' Fight for Control: The
Failure of the United States to Protect against International Child
Abduction , 21 Women's Rts. L. Rep . 129-38 (2000).
Anne-Marie Slaugher, Judicial Globalization , 40 Va. J. Int'l L . 1103-24
2. Banking, Confidentiality, and Money Laundering
T. Hibbert, Dishonesty and Knowledge of Accessories and Recipients , 15 J.
Int'l Banking L . 138-44 (2000).
Bruce Zagaris and Benjamin Hinceman, Uncle Sam Reaches Out: Current United
States Money Laundering Law , 1 Financ. Crime Rev . 37-44 (2000).
3. Evidence Gathering
Robert J. Currie, Human Rights and International Mutual Legal Assistance:
Resolving the Tension , 11 Crim. Law Forum 143-181 (2000).
Bruce Zagaris, U.S. Extends Its Reach for Evidence , 15 Crim. Justice 4
(ABA Sec. of Crim. Just. 2001).
P. Alexandropoulos, Enforceability of Executive-Congressional Agreements in
Lieu of an Article III Treaty for Purposes of Extradition: Elizaphan
Ntakirutimana v. Janet Reno [184 F.3d 419 (5 th Cir. 19999), 45 Vill. L.
Rev . 107-36 (2000).
M. Byers, The Law and Politics of the Pinochet [R. v. Bow Street
Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate, ex parte Pinochet (No. 3)  2 All
E.R. 97] Case, 10 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 514-51 (2000).
V.L. Marrero, Evolution of British Jurisprudence in the Extradition of
General Augusto Pinochet: Application of International Human Rights Treaty
Trumps Sovereign Immunity , 8 Int'l L. & Prac . 119-37 (1999).
A.D. Mitchell, Leave Your Hat on ? Head of State Immunity and Pinochet [R.
v. Bow Street Metro. Stipendiary Magistrate, ex parte Pinochet (No. 1.);
 4 All ER 897, 25 Monash U.L. Rev . 225-56 (1999).
S.R. Nicolas, Negotiating in the Shadow of Outlaws: A Problem-Solving
Paradigm for Unconventional Opponents , 9 J. Transat'l L. & Pol'y 385-418
M.S. Podell, Removing Blinders from the Judiciary: In re Artt, Brennan,
Kirby [158 F.3d 462 (9 th Cir. 1997) As An Evolutionary Step in the United
States'96United Kingdom Extradition Scheme , 23 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev.
Y. Zilbershats, Extraditing Israeli Citizens to the United
States'96Extradition and Citizenship Dilemmas , 21 Mich. J. Int'l 297-326
5. Extraterritoriality and Jurisdiction
P. Arnell, Criminal Jurisdiction in International Law , 2000 Jurid. Rev.
M.D. Hoffer, A Fistful of Dollars: "Operation Casablanca" and the Impact of
Extraterritorial Enforcement of United States Money Laundering Law , 28 Ga.
J. Int'l & Comp. L . 293-318 (2000).
K.C. Priest-Hamilton, Who Really Should Have Exercised Jurisdiction over
the Military Pilots Implicated in the 1998 Italy Gondola Accident ? 65 J.
Air L. & Com . 605-35 (2000).
Luc Reydams, Universal Criminal Jurisdiction: The Belgian State of Affairs
, 11 Crim. L. Forum 183-216 (2000).
6. Constitutional and Human Rights
W.J. Aceves, Individual Rights Under Vienna Convention on Consular
Relations'96Duty to Inform Detained Foreign nationals of Right to Seek
Consular Assistance'96Protections against Arbitrary Deprivation of
Life'96Advisory Jurisdiction of Inter-American Court of Human Rights , 94
Am. J. Int'l L. 555-62 (2000).
B. Alexander, Convention Against Torture: A Viable Alternative Legal Remedy
for Domestic Violence Victims , 15 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev . 895-939 (3000).
Dianne Marie Amann, Harmonic Convergence? Constitutional Criminal Procedure
in an International Context , 75 Indiana L.J. 810-873 (2000).
I. Bantekas and P. Hodgkinson, Capital Punishment at the United Nations:
Recent Developments , 11 Crim. L.F. 23-34 (2000).
M.S. Blackman, United States v. Balsys [118 S. Ct. 2218 (1998): Setting a
Boundary for the Self-Incrimination Clause , 53 Okla. L. Rev . 127-41
J.E. Henry, Overcoming Federalism in Internationalized Death Penalty Cases
, 35 Tex. Int'l L.J. 459-83 (2000).
C. Little, Civil Forfeiture and the Excessive Fines Clause: Does Bajakajian
[United States v. Bajakaijan, 118 S. Ctr. 2028 (1998)] Provide False Hope
for Drug-Related Offenders ? 11 U. Fla. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 203-24 (2000).
J. Mertus, Reconsidering the Legality of Humanitarian Intervention: Lessons
from Kosovo , 31 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1743-87 (May 2000).
C.S. O'Driscoll, The Execution of Foreign Nations in Arizona: Violations of
the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations , 32 Ariz. St. L.J. 323-43
D.A.C. Simmons, Conflicts of Law and Policy in the Caribbean'96Human Rights
and the Enforcement of the Death Penalty'96Between a Rock and a Hard Place
, 9 J. Transnat'l L. & Pol'y 263-87 (2000).
J.E. Kramek, Bilateral Maritime Counter-Drug and Immigrant Interdiction
Agreements: Is This the World of the Future , 31 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev
. 121-161 (2000).
K. Raustiala, Law, Liberalization & International Narcotics Trafficking ,
32 N.Y.U. J. Int'l L. & Pol. 89-145 (1999).
M. Williams, Caribbean Shiprider Agreements: Sunk by Banana Trade War ? 31
U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev . 163-95 (2000).
Y. Alexander, Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century: Threats and Responses,
12 DePaul Bus. L.J. 59-65 (19999-2000).
M.C. Bassiouni, Assessing "Terrorism" into the New Millennium , 12 DePaul
Bus. L.J. 1-20 (1999-2000).
R. Clarke, Threats to U.S. National Security: Proposed Partnership
Indicatives Towards Preventing Cyber Terrorist Attacks , 12 DePaul Bus.L.J.
J.W. Dellapenna, Civil Remedies for International Terrorism , 12 DePaul
Bus. L.J. 169-289 (1999-2000).
G. Rappe, The Role of Insurance in the Battle Against Terrorism , 12 DePaul
Bus. L.J. 351-80 (1999-2000).
M. Sheehan, International Terrorism: Trends and Responses , 12 DePaul Bus.
L.J. 45-58 (1999-2000).
J. Tetzlaff, Risk Management in a Dangerous World: Practical Approaches ,
12 DePaul Bus. L.J. 291-328 (1999-2000).
9. Law of War
I. Arias, Humanitarian Intervention: Could the Security Council Kill the
United States ? 23 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1005-27 (2000).
Michael Bohlander, Prosecutor v. Dusko Tadi '83: Waiting to Exhale, 11
Crim. Law Forum 217-48 (2000).
B.S. Brown, Humanitarian Intervention at a Crossroads, 5 Wm. & Mary L. Rev
. 1683-741 (2000).
W.G. Eckhardt, My Lai: An American Tragedy , 68 UMKC L. Rev . 671-703 (2000).
C.I. Farid, A Primer on Citizenship Revocation for WWII Collaboration: the
1998-1999 Federal Court Term , 38 Atla. L. Rev . 415-57 (2000).
B.A. Fisher, Japan's Postwar Compensation Litigation [Japan, U.S. and World
War II: the Search for Justice. Symposium ], 22 Whittier L. Rev . 35-46
G. Ginsbergs, Light Shed on the Story of Wehrmacht Generals in Soviet
Captivity , 11 Crim. L.F. 101-20 (2000).
L.M. Kaye, A Quick Glance at the Schiele Paintings , 10 DePaul LCA J. Art &
Ent. L . 11-26 (1999).
H.T. King, Jr., Robert Jackson's Vision for Justice and Other Reflections
of a Nuremberg Prosecutor , 88 Geo. L.J. 2421-38 (Aug. 2000).
M. Minow, Between Intimates and Between Nations: Can Law Stop the Violence?
50 Case W. Res. L. Rev . 85168 (2000).
M.M. Penrose, Spandau Revisited: The Question of Detention for
International War Crimes , 16 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 553-91 (2000).
H.H. Pewrritt, Jr., Policing International Peace and Security:
International Police Forces , 17 Wis. Int'l L.J. 281-324 (1999).
W. Rasch, A Just War? Or Just a War ?: Schmitt, Habermas, and the
Cosmopolitan Orthodoxy , 21 Cardozo L. Rev. 1665-84 (2000).
J. Schultz, The Substance of the Crime Was a State of Mind"'96How a
Mainstream, Middle Class Jury Came to War with Itself , 68 UMKC L. Rev.
B. Sneiderman, Holocaust Bashing: the Profaning of History, 26 Man. L.J.
S. Wheatley, The NATO Action Against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia:
Humanitarian intervention in the Post-Cold War Era , 50 N. Ir. Legal Q.
J.C. Yoo, Kosovo, War Powers, and the Multilateral Future , 138 U. Pa. l.
Rev . 1673-731 (2000).
M. Flynn, Genocide: It's a Crime Everywhere, But Not in Australia , 29 U.W.
Austl. L. Rev . 59-78 (2000).
S. Rumney, The Khmer Rouge on Trial: Law, Genocide and Impunity , 4
Contemp. Issues L . 169-87 (1999).
A.D. Mitchell, Genocide, Human Rights Implementation and the Relationship
Between International and Domestic Law: Nulyarimma v. Thompson  165
A.L.R. 621], 24 Melb. U. L. Rev . 15-49 (2000).
W.A. Schabas, International Criminal Tribunal for
Rwanda'96Genocide'96Length of Detention Pending Indictment and Formal
Appearance Before Tribunal'96Delay in Informing Defendant of Charges
'96Suspension of Proceedings as Remedy for Abuse of Procedure by
Prosecutor'96Review of Prior DecisionAppeals Chamber, 94 Am. J. Int'l L .
11. Comparative Criminal Law
C. Elliott, The French Law of Intent and Its Influence on the Development
of International Criminal Law , 11 Crim. L.F. 35-46 (2000).
E. Grande, Italian Criminal Justice: Borrowing and Resistance , 28 Am. J.
Comp. L. 227-59 (2000).
B.A. Poindexter, The War on Crime Increases the Time: Sentencing Policies
in the United States and South Africa , 22 Loy. L.A. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev
. 375-302 (2000).
S. Sebba, Victims' Rights and Legal Strategies: Israel as a Case Study , 11
Crim. L.R. 47-100 (2000).
12. International Criminal Court
The International Criminal Court: Symposium Issue , 8 J. Int'l L. & Prac .
J.R. Bolton, K. Roth, Toward an International Criminal Court? A Debate, 14
Emory Int'l Rev . 159-97 (2000).
L.S. Bickley, U.S. Resistance to the International Criminal Court: Is the
Sword Mightier than the Law , 14 Emory Int'l L. Rev . 159-97 (2000).
G.M. Danilenko, The Statute of the International Criminal Court and Third
States, 21 Mich. J. Int'l L. 445-94 (2000).
G.M. Dawson, Defining Substantive Crimes Within the Subject Matter
Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court: What Is the Crime of
Aggression , 19 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 413-52 (2000).
M.E. Eichelman, International Criminal Jurisdiction Issues for the United
States Military , 2000 Army Law. 23-32 (2000).
M.J. Kelly, Case Studies "Ripe" for the International Criminal Court:
Practical Applications for the Pinochet, Ocalan, and Libyan Bomber Trials ,
8 J. Int'l L. & Prac . 21-45 (1999).
R. Lee, W.K. Lietzau, G.P. Fletcher, R. Dicker, P.R. Dubinsky, The
International Criminal Court: Contemporary Perspectives and Prospects for
Ratification, 16 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum Rts. 505-52 (2000).
M.K. Marler, The International Criminal Court: Assessing the Jurisdictional
Loopholes in the Rome Statute , 49 Duke L.J. 825-53 (1999).
J.L. Talbee, A Call to Arms Declined: the United States and the
International Criminal Court , 14 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 105-57 (2000 ).
J.D. Van der Vyver, Personal and Territorial jurisdiction of the
International Criminal Court , 14 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 1-103 (2000).
W.F. Wright, Limitations on the Prosecution of International Terrorists by
the International Criminal Court, 8 J. Int'l L. Prac . 139-49 (1999).
Y.S. Kim, The Preconditions to the Exercise of the Jurisdiction of the
International Criminal Court: With Focus on Article 12 of the Rome Statute
, 8 J. Int'l L. & Prac . 47-90 (1999).
13. Organized Crime
A.S. Kanter, S.P. Boylan, Introduction [Symposium on Prosecuting
Transnational Crimes: Cross-Cultural Insights for the Former Soviet Union
], 27 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com . 1-4 (2000).
I. Talleyrand, Military Prostitution: How the Authorities Worldwide Aid and
Abet International Trafficking in Women, 27 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com.
14. Transnational Corruption
A. Posadas, Combating Corruption under International Law , 10 Duke J. Comp.
& Int'l L. 345-414 (2000).
I.H. Jung , A Comparative Study on the Question of Extraterritorial
Application of the Competition Law , 18 Dick. J. Int'l L. 305-41 (2000).
16. Economic Sanctions
C. Breckinridge, Sanction First, Ask Questions Later: The Shortsighted
Treatment of Iran under the Iran and Libya Sanctions Act of 1996, 88 Geo.
L.J. 2439-71 (2000).
B. T. Gorman, The Massachusetts Burma Law-The First Circuit's Decision to
Stem the Tide of Increasing Sub-National Actor Participation in the Field
of Foreign Relations in National Foreign Trade Council v. Natsios [181 F.3d
38 (lst Cir. 1999), 45 Vill. L. Rev. 137-67 (2000).
A. Packer, Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia . [India, Pakistan], 38
Colum. J. Transnat'l L . 631-67 (2000).
P.J. Thurston, National Foreign Trade Council v. Natsios [181 F.3d 38 (1 st
Cir. 1999)] and the Foreign Relations Effects Test: Searching for a Viable
Approach, 2000 B.Y.U. L. Rev . 749-800 (2000).
17. Production, Possession, Trafficking, and Use of Arms and Weapons
U.A. Cipolat, The New Chemical Weapons Convention and Export Controls:
Towards Greater Multilateralism , 21 Mich. J. Int'l L . 393-444 (2000).
B. Kellman, The Role of Nuclear Weapons in Deterring Chemical and
Biological Weapons Attacks: National and Non-National Threats , 31 Supp.
Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 619-30 (1999).
L.C. Klotz, Means for Protecting U.S. Industry within an Effective
Compliance Regime for the Biological Weapons Convention , 12 DePaul Bus. L.
J. 329-50 (1999)
M. Lacey, Self-Defense or Self-Denial: The Proliferation of Weapons of Mass
Destruction , 10 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 293-315 (2000).
P.A. Hemesath, Who's Got the Button? Nuclear War Powers Uncertainty in the
Post-Cold War Era , 88 Geo. L.J. 2473-503 (2000).
C. Horner, Nuclear Arms Control, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament in the
Post-Cold War Security Environment: Keynote Address , 31 Supp. Case W. Res.
J. Int'l L . 671-79 (1999).
V. Lalla, The Effectiveness of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty on Nuclear
Weapons Proliferation: A Review of Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaties and
the Impact of the Indian and Pakistani Nuclear Tests on the
Non-Proliferation Regime , 8 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L . 103-37 (2000).
P. Mason, The NATO Alliance, No First use, and Nuclear Non-Proliferation ,
21 Supp,. Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 633-45 (1999).
P. Mason,P. Carvalho-Soto, T.E. Graham, Nuclear Arms Control and
Disarmament in the 21 st Century: Prospects and Proposals [ Panel
Discussion], 31 Supp. Case W. Res. J. Int'l L . 597-704 (1999).
M.L. McConnell, Nuclear Weapons, the ICJ and the Limits of Permissible
Violence: the SS Lotus Rises Once Again , 55 Advoc. (B.C.) 365-72 (My.
J. Mendelsohn, B. Kellman, History and Evaluation of Nuclear Weapons [Panel
Discussion ], 31 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 607-30 (1999).
A. Van Lear, Loud Talk About a Quite Issue: the International Atomic Energy
Agency's Struggle to Maintain the Confidentiality of Information Gained in
Nuclear Facility Inspections , 28 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 349-79 (20000).
18. Export Control
G. Kennedy, Codemakers, Codebreakers and Rulemakers: Dilemmas in Current
Encryption Policies, 16 Computer L. & Secur. Rep. 240-7 (Jl/Ag. 2000).
19. Administration of Justice
F.M. Lorenz, The Rule of Law in Kosovo: Problems and Prospects, 11 Crim.
Law Forum 127-42 (2000).
SECTION: XII. BIBLIOGRAPHY; Vol. 17, No. 4
HEADLINE: C. Documents
United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: Cheung v. United
States , 39 I.L.M. 1246 (2000).
2. Human Rights
European Court of Human Rights (ECHR): Averill v. United Kingdom , 39
I.L.M. 1084 (2000)
[The case adjudicates access to counsel and adverse inference from a
suspects silence when questioned by police under the British Prevention of
Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989].
United States Supreme Court: Crosby v. National Foreign Trade Council , 39
I.L.M. 1234 (2000).
U.S. General Accounting Office, Rug Control: International Counterdrug
Sites Being Developed, GAO-01-63BR, Dec. 20, 2000 (33 pp.)
International Court of Justice (ICJ): Case Concerning the Aerial Incident
of 10 August 1999 (Pakistan v. India), 39 I.L.M. 1116 (2000).
U.S. General Accounting Office, Combating Terrorism: Federal Response Teams
Provide Varied Capabilities: Opportunities Remain to Improve Coordination,
GAO-01-14, Nov. 30, 2001 (77 pp.).
5. Law of War
International Court of Justice (ICJ): Case Concerning Armed Activities on
the territory of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Uganda ),
Order on Request for Indication of Provisional Measures, 39 I.L.M. 1100
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY): Final
Report to the Prosecutor by the Committee Established to Review the NATO
Bombing Campaign Against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 39 I.L.M. 1257
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) (Appeals
Chamber): Prosecutor v. Tadi '83 (Judgment in Sentencing Appeals) 39 I.L.M.
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR): (Appeals Chamber):
Barayagwiza v. Prosecutor , (Decision on Prosecutor's Request for Review or
Reconsideration), 39 I.L.M. 1181 (2000).
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR: Prosecutor v. Ruggiu) ,
39 I.L.M. 1338 (2000).
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR: Prosecutor v. Rutaganda)
, 39 I.L.M. 57 (2000).
United Nations General Assembly: Optional Protocols to the Convention on
the Rights of the Child on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict
and on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography , 39
I.L.M. 1285 (2000).
United Nations: Report of the Panel on United Peace Operations , 39 I.L.M.
United States-Germany: Agreement Concerning the Foundation "Remembrance,
Responsibility and Future, 39 I.L.M. 1298 (2000).
(Settlement on compensation for forced labor during WWII).
6. Permanent International Criminal Court
International Center for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy,
Manual for the Implementation and Ratification of the Rome Statute , 127
'96. ( HYPERLINK "(http://126.96.36.199/pdf/Icc-guide-english%20"
7. Production, Manufacture and Dissemination of Arms
Marshall Islands Nuclear Claims Tribunal: In the Matter of the People of
Enewetak , 39 I.L.M. 1214 (2000).
United Nations Security Council: Resolution 1284 (1999) (On the Situation
Between Iraq and Kuwait), 39 I.L.M. 760 (2000).
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