Studies in International Criminal Law

Editor-in-Chief: Caroline Fournet
As a discipline, International Criminal Law seems to be fully emancipated from public international law, international humanitarian law and international human rights law. Yet it does not operate in a vacuum. At the international level, the practice at the different international criminal tribunals and courts constitutes clear evidence of the synergies between these legal spheres. At the national level, International Criminal Law is increasingly becoming an integral part of the legal culture, thus interacting with substantive and procedural domestic norms. In addition, whether at the international or the national level, the practice also highlights the societal import and impact of international criminal law and justice. Anthropological, criminological, sociological, ethical and historical research on international criminal law and justice is thus key to fully grasp the discipline, in both its theoretical and practical dimensions. These blurred frontiers make it necessary to provide for a cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary academic forum to enable discussions on the interactions between international criminal law and justice and distinct legal domains, other disciplines, transitional justice mechanisms, and domestic systems. Studies in International Criminal Law follows the path drawn by the International Criminal Law Review and aims at publishing in-depth analytical research that deals with these issues in a format that will allow for both single-authored monographs and edited volumes.
Editor-in-Chief
Caroline Fournet (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

Editorial Board
Diane Marie Amann (University of Georgia, USA)
Kai Ambos (University of Göttingen, Germany)
Anabela Atanásio (University of Cologne, Germany)
Mohamed Badar (University of Northumbria, UK)
Bing Bing Jia (Tsinghua Law School Beijing, China)
Roman Boed (The Hague, Netherlands)
Michael Bohlander (University of Durham, UK)
Neil Boister (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Mohamed El Zeidy (The Hague, Netherlands)
John Hocking (The Hague, Netherlands)
Annika Jones (University of Durham, UK)
Stefan Kirsch (Frankfurt, Germany)
André Klip (University of Maastricht, Netherlands)
Claus Kress (University of Cologne, Germany)
Adel Maged (Cairo, Egypt)
Anja Matwijkiw (Indiana University Northwest, USA)
Guénaël Mettraux (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Tomoya Obokata (Keele University, UK)
Alain Pellet (Université Paris Nanterre, France)
Victor Peskin (Arizona State University, USA)
William Schabas (Middlesex University, UK)
Wolfgang Schomburg (Berlin, Germany)
Alette Smeulers (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
Carl-Friedrich Stuckenberg (University of Bonn, Germany)