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Michelle Lokot

International Rescue Committee, supra note 95, p. 3. 110 Wolfe, supra note 94. 111 Cathrine Brun and Ragnhild Lund,‘Real-Time Research: Decolonising Research Practices – Or Just Another Spectacle of Researcher–Practitioner Collaboration?’, 20(7) Dev. Practice (2010) 812–826, p. 822; Sally Engle Merry

J. Kürzinger

-born child murder: women, illegitimacy and the courts in eighteenth- century England (Manchester: Manchester University Press 1996) IX, 206 pages. David Kidd-Hewitt et al., eds.: Crime and the media: the post-modern spectacle (London: Pluto Press 1995) X, 256 pages. Mike King, Nigel Brearley: Public order

Immi Tallgren

paradox of how ‘spectacle of vulnerability’ both builds on the idea of ‘common humanity’ and ‘evokes the language of power, and thus tends to reproduce existing global divides rather than propose bonds of solidarity beyond the West’. 31 This paradox of the common yet divided ‘humanity’ penetrates

R. Foqué

-day spectacle society,5 has also af- fected the operating of the judiciary, in particular with regard to problems with a highly moral charge. 6 Not infrequently, then, the dramatic and often emotional connotation of criminal law forces private law or administrative law, both rather professional and technical

Kirby

, impartiality and independence. At the same time the ICTY must insist on its authority and on compliance with its rules and the developing body of decisional law that now guides the Tribunal in the performance of its work. The spectacle of the former powerful autocrat having to answer to law and to an authority

Rosemary Grey

-neutral terms, little thought was given to the recruitment of female children. For example, the commentary uses the terms ‘he’ and ‘his’ in relation to the child recruits, 96 and explains that the relevant provisions were included to address ‘the harrowing spectacle of boys , who have barely left

Ines Peterson

constitute assistance in the form of moral support if the supporter had a certain status. 57 It also held that, while ‘any spectator can be said to be encouraging a spectacle – an audience being a necessary element of a spectacle’, a spectator should only be found ‘complicit’ in the commission of crimes ‘if

A. Neys, T. Peters and P. Young

Keynes 1991). Sim, J., Medical Power in Prisons: The Prison Medical Service in England 1774-1988 (Open University Press, Milton Keynes 1990). Spierenburg, P., The Spectacle of Suffering (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1984). Spierenburg, P., The Prison Experience (N.J. Rutgers University Press

Hirad Abtahi

had precedent through the live coverage of the 1991 Second Persian Gulf War, as well as the NATO intervention in the then Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The per- petrators thus offered themselves a spectacle of their victory. A spectacle of the “humiliation” in icted on the “enemy” through an attack

Anjali Pathmanathan

against Bulger to the victims of his crimes—victims felt robbed of the ‘public spectacle’ they were expecting and expressed significant lack of confidence in the justice system for not taking Greig to trial. ‘Plea Deal for Catherine Greig in Whitey Bulger Case’, WBUR Boston’s NPR News Station (3 March