By Findlay, MarkBy Chuah Hui Ying, Joanna
This book argues that deference to parallel jurisdiction in the development of ICL as a hybrid of major state traditions has impeded the development of a purpose-designed and principled international criminal jurisprudence. By exploring the manner in which the international crimi...nal law jurisprudence has expanded the interpretation of responsibility through forms of secondary participation, it highlights the tensions arising between evidentiary issues associated with the collective nature of international crimes. The book calls for a fresh juridical reasoning which better aligns with the proof requirements of global crimes and the need to determine individualized criminal responsibility. In arguing for a more principled, rational and predictable approach to determining individual responsibility, the book explores why and how the application of common tort proofs in the considerations of contribution and aggregation offer more convincing proof technologies and are compatible with the wider victim-oriented aims for international criminal justice.Read more
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Mark Findlay has written extensively on trial transformation in international criminal justice. For decades he has been a leading global figure in the development of critical global criminal justice and procedure, arguing new ways of perceiving the international trial process. As the author of 28 books and more than 150 refereed publications he has an established reputation in regulation and global governance, international criminal justice, globalisation, and crisis thinking. He is a Professor of Law at Singapore Management University and holds honorary chairs at the Australian National University, and the University of New South Wales. Joanna Chuah Hui Ying reads law at Singapore Management University. Her research and writing interests include international and comparative criminal justice, humanitarian law, corporate and environmental law. Joanna advocates for and contributes articles on human rights and environmental sustainability issues to media and activist civil society organisations in Singapore.
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