Volume 32, Issue 3


Exploring the Intersections Between International and Domestic Justice Efforts, Susana SáCouto

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The Persuasive Authority of International Criminal Tribunals, Elena Baylis

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From Law versus Politics to Law in Politics: A Pragmatist Assessment of the ICC’s Impact, Geoff Dancy and Florencia Montal

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Promoting Domestic Accountability for Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: The Cases of Guatemala, Peru, and Colombia, Daniela Kravetz

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Challenges and New Frontiers: National Courts as the Frontline of International Law, Hon. M. Margaret McKeown

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Volume 32, Issue 2


Prologue, Claudio Grossman

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Transitional Justice, International Human Rights, and Humanitarian Law, Claudia Martin and Diego Rodriguez-Pinzon

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Verdad y Justicia: ¿Términos Incompatibles en la Justicia Transicional?, Ianiv Garfunkel

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Estándares de la Carte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos para la Reparación del Derecho a la Verdad en el Perú del Posconflicto, Jean Franco Olivera Astete

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Cuatro Mitos Sobra la Justicia Retributiva como Mecanismo de Justicia Transicional, Juan Sebastián Vera Sánchez

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Rape by Any Other Name: Mapping the Feminist Legal Discourse Regarding Rape in Conflict onto Transitional Justice in Cambodia, Sarah Deibler

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Prosecutorial Discretion in the Investigation and Prosecution of Massive Human Rights Violations: Lessons from the Argentine Experience, Mariano Gaitán

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Through the Looking-Glass: Nuremberg’s Confusing Legacy on Corporate Accountability under International Law, Jonathan Kolieb

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Volume 32, Issue 1


The New Frontiers of User Rights, Niva Elkin-Koren

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The Role of Human Rights in Copyright Enforcement Online: Elaborating a Legal Framework for Website Blocking, Christopher Geiger and Elena Izyumenko

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Copyright Divisibility and the Anticommons, Jyh-An Lee

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Public Policies for Education in Latin America and the Difficulties Imposed by International Obligations for Technological Protections Measures, Marcela Palacio Puerta

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Safeguards for Defendant Rights and Interests in International Intellectual Property Enforcement Treaties, Kimberlee Weatherall

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The Quest for a User-Friendly Copyright Regime in Hong Kong, Peter K. Yu

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The Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard: A Search for a Better Balance in International Investment Agreements, Kendra Leite

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