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By Scott T. Johnson
The Oxford Companion To International Criminal Justice
Antonio Cassese, Editor-in-Chief
Military Commission Reporter, Volume 1
(Oct. 17, 2006 – June 1, 2009)
National Institute of Military Justice (2009)
Reviewed by Scott T. Johnson
For individuals interested in international criminal law (“ICL”) or the U.S. Department of Defense Military Commissions, two important compilations of decisions and essays recently have been published. The Oxford Companion to International Criminal Justice is the brainchild of Antonio Cassese, an Italian academic and leading thinker in international criminal law. Formerly a judge at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, he is now president of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.
The Companion is divided into three discrete sections. Section one, organized thematically, consists of numerous short essays on different ICL questions. Written primarily by European- and North American-based academics and practitioners of ICL, thes
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