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Volker Nerlich

Liverpool on 8 September 2019. 2 Bradley C. Canon and Charles A. Johnson, Judicial Politics: Implementation and Impact (CQ Press, Washington, DC, 1999), cited by Ryan C. Black et al. (eds.), US Supreme Court Opinions and their Audiences (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2016), p. 6. 3 Nuno

Elena Butti and Brianne McGonigle Leyh

identity. See Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa (eds.), This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color (Persephone, Watertown, 1981); Gloria Hull, Patricia Bell-Scott and Barbara Smith (eds.), All the Women Are White, All the Blacks Are Men, But Some of Us Are Brave: Black Women

Frédéric Mégret

a black box, failing to disaggregate separate patterns of state behaviour within it. It therefore seeks to at best constrain the Council ‘from outside’, for example by insisting that the Council is bound by jus cogens 7 and/or could have its actions judicially reviewed by the International

Nada Ali

Council, UN Doc. S/RES/713 and Security Council, UN Doc. S/RES/743. 50 Vesselin Popovski, ‘The UN Security Council approach to the conflicts in former Yugoslavia’, 2(3) Southeast European and Black Sea Studies (2002) 39–62. 51 Ibid. 52 Popovski, supra note 50. 53 Prosecutor v . Dusko Tadic

Branislav Ristivojević and Stefan Radojčić

://www.bg.ap.sud.rs/cr/articles/sudska-praksa/ , accessed on 20 February 2018. Judgments published on its website are anonymised (with parts of the text redacted or blacked out) according to Rules on Replacement and Omission (Pseudonimity and Anonymity) of Data in Courts Decisions , in accordance with Art. 4(1) of the Regulation ( eu ) 2016/679 of the

Noura Erakat

citizens of Israel, thus suspending them in a legal black hole. Israel’s violent confrontation with Palestinians is not unprecedented and has been contemplated by the international community, which established law for the regulation of irregular combat in the late 1970s. 93 The 1977 First Additional

Alicia de la Cour Venning

, referred directly to the UN Secretary General’s annual report on children and armed conflict during an interview: I raise those issues during my presentation to the Central Committee, that we’re on the black list, that we’re committing crimes. I think that’s a problem because of the image. We are not

Jan Nijboer and Willem de Haan

-Help In this article, the focus is on youth violence in neighbourhoods, including confronta- tions with the police. In the light of Blackʼs theory of crime as a form of social control, we raise the question whether this kind of youth violence can be explained as a form of self-help. In the aftermath of

Jérôme Ferret

ʻresistance to changeʼ in police organisations. Furthermore, the evaluative research on the performance of police organisation will always be dependant two major constitutive doubts: the ʻblack boxʼ of complex police organi- sations and the role of politics in the policies of the police. To conclude, we can

Stephan Parmentier, Stephan Parmentier and Elmar Weitekamp

The debate on how to deal with the past in Serbia is still ongoing almost twenty years after the end of the armed conflict in the former Yugoslavia. From the very start the international community has put major emphasis on the criminal prosecution and conviction of the persons mostly responsible for the war crimes in the region, both by establishing the ICTY and encouraging national prosecutions. In the discussions about ‘dealing with the past’ in Serbia little if any attention has been devoted to the views and expectations of the local population, although they provide an additional source of information about the strategies and the mechanisms for dealing with the crimes of the past and reconstructing the future. The objective of this chapter is to find out what people in Serbia think about the central debates around impunity and accountability for war crimes, and more specifically which importance they attach to criminal prosecutions and truth commissions in the country. For this purpose, it reports about the main findings of a quantitative survey conducted in Serbia in 2007, and concludes that the picture is not black and white but complex instead.