Adapting International Criminal Justice in Southeast Asia

Beyond the International Criminal Court

An analysis of debates and mechanisms of international criminal law in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Myanmar. Les mer
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An analysis of debates and mechanisms of international criminal law in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Myanmar.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Localising International Criminal Justice in Southeast Asia; 2. Engaging with International Criminal Law alongside an Internationalised Tribunal: Cambodia; 3. Implementing International Criminal Accountability in the Philippines; 4. Engaging with International Criminal Law as a Non-State Party: Indonesia; 5. International Criminal Justice in "Transition" - Myanmar; 6. Adapting International Criminal Justice in Southeast Asia; Appendix A. Table of Ratifications; Appendix B. Table of Interviews; Appendix C. Southeast Asia: Domestic Legislation, Bills and Regulations and Sources; List of references; Index.

Om forfatteren

Emma Palmer is Lecturer at Griffith Law School, Griffith University, Queensland. Palmer was awarded her Ph.D. from University of New South Wales (UNSW) Law, Sydney, where she was a Research Assistant for two Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects focused on international criminal law. She has worked as a lawyer and analyst.